2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

CLITR 3310 The Family in Literature

Beginning with the Bible and Greek tragedy, and culminating in twentieth-century literature, this course will explore certain paradigms and conceptions of family that have retained great importance in Western culture: family as a reflection and extension of the surrounding society; family as the turbulent place where one learns and grows through conflict and rivalry; and family relations as patterning an individual's psyche.




CLITR 1100


Every even Spring