French Literature Courses (FRE)

Literature (FRE):

200-level mandatory courses introduce students to concepts, methodologies, and critical tools elaborated vis-à-vis further literature and theory and that serve as the framework for other literature courses dedicated to the history of French literature and its cultural and social contexts. 300-level courses encourage students to explore sophisticated primary and secondary sources from disciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives. 400-level courses initiate students to research. The actual content of most 400-level courses varies considerably according to the instructor. Students should consult the French Studies Undergraduate brochure for content specific to a given year.

Code Title

CDN 202H1F

Aspects of Quebec Culture

FRE 210H1S

Introduction to Quebec Literature and Culture

FRE 245H1F

Introduction to French Cultural & Literary Studies

FRE 246H1S

Introduction to French Literary Analysis

FRE 304H1F

Contemporary French Women's Prose Fiction

FRE 314H1F

Quebec and French-Canadian Literature

FRE 318H1S

Medieval French Literature

FRE 319H1S

Laughter and Thought in French Renaissance Literature

FRE 320H1F

French Literature of Classicism and Enlightenment

FRE 326H1S

Contemporary French Literature

FRE 332H1S

Francophone Literatures

FRE 344H1F

Literary Theory

FRE 345H1F

Literary Genres

FRE 441H1F

Advanced Topics in French Literature: The Writings of New France

FRE 443H1F

Advanced Topics: Authors - Baudelaire

FRE 446H1S

Advanced Studies in Literary Theory: Anthropology and Literature