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FRENCH 2L03 Intro To Literary Analysis

Academic Year: Fall 2017

Term: Fall

Day/Evening: E

Instructor: Dr. Eugène Nshimiyimana

Email: nsheug@mcmaster.ca

Office: Togo Salmon Hall 515

Phone: 905-525-9140 x 23745

Website:

Office Hours: Thursday, 12:00-2:00



Course Objectives:

Ce cours qui est une introduction à l’analyse littéraire se propose de familiariser les étudiant-e-s avec le vocabulaire, les méthodes et les techniques de l’analyse littéraire. Les étudiants apprendront à identifier dans les textes littéraires ce qui distingue, du point de vue formel, un texte poétique, un texte en prose et une pièce de théâtre.

Objectifs

1. Accroitre la sensibilité des étudiants aux textes littéraires;

2. Apprendre aux étudiants :

- à reconnaitre les traits spécifiques des genres littéraires (prose, théâtre, poésie) ;

- à utiliser correctement le vocabulaire de l’analyse littéraire ;

- à rédiger une analyse de texte en appliquant les outils acquis.


Textbooks, Materials & Fees:

Bataïni, Marie-Thérèse et Josée Dion. L’Analyse littéraire. Un art de lire et d’écrire. Montréal: Modulo Editeur, 1997.


Method of Assessment:

- Tests (3x10%) : 30%

- Analyse littéraire : 20 %

- Participation : 10%

- Examen final : 40%


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Other Course Information:

Programmation

Septembre

Le 05 - Présentation du cours

           - Chapitre 1: Les mots

 

Le 12 - Chapitre 1 : Les mos

          - Chapitre 3 : les figures de style

 

Le 19 - Chapitre 3 : Les figures de style

          - Exercices

 

Le 26 - Chapitre 4: L’observation du texte

          - Chapitre 5: La construction du plan de l’analyse

          - Test 1 (50 minutes)

Octobre

Le 03 - Chapitre 6: La rédaction de l’analyse

          - Chapitre 7 : Le récit

 

Le 17 - Chapitre 7: Le récit

          - Texte à analyser (Récit): à remettre le 24 novembre le 24 octobre

 

Le 24 - Chapitre 8 : Le théâtre

          - Test 2 (50 minutes)

 

Le 31 - Chapitre 8 : Le théâtre

          - Texte à analyser (Théâtre) : à remettre le 07 novembre

Novembre

Le 07 - Chapitre 8: La poésie

 

Le 14 - Chapitre 8 : La poésie

 

Le 21 - La poésie

          - Test 3 (50 minutes)

           - Texte à analyser (Poésie): à remettre le 28 novembre

Le 28 - La poésie

 

Décembre

Le 05 - Révision

          - Conclusion