107年第1學期-0141 文學作品導讀（三） 課程資訊
|Class performance||40||Quizzes, presentations, participations & attendance|
本課程名額為 30人，已有28 人選讀，尚餘名額2人。
The aim of Introduction to Western Literature I, II, & III is to help students improve their ability to read carefully, think critically, and express themselves cogently, by engaging in close study of literary works. The course thus aims to help improve their thinking skills, English-language skills, and cultural/literary knowledge.
The works are chosen for their merit as literature and their usefulness in illustrating specific features of short fiction, poetry, and drama. Besides the features, we also focus on recurrent themes. The fiction syllabus centers on eight basic elements of fiction (plot, character, setting, point of view, style, imagery, symbol, and theme), through close reading of roughly 10 modern short stories. The stories are arranged thematically to reflect current social concerns so that students can appreciate, respond and argue persuasively.
Office HourMon, LAN office, TBD in Sept LAN building
Ibsen, Doll's House
Miller, Death of a Salesman