*406, 407. SURVEY OF SPANISH LITERATURE. (3, 3) A survey of the l iterature of Sp,1in from earliest times to present: read ing and discussion of the outstanding l iterary works and movements. Conducted in Spanish. Prerequisite: 302 or equival e nt, 406 not pre-requisite to 407. 409. SPECIAL STUDIES. (1,3) Individual research and wri ti ng for advanced students by special ar rangement. May be repeated in another area for credit: Prerequisite: 404,405,406,407 or equivalents. *To be offered in alternate years. LINGUISTICS 331,332. PHONETICS AND PHONEMICS. (3, 3) The science of the articulate sounds of human speech. The classifica tion, reproduction, and proper record ing of speech-sounds. Some attention to the principles of pnonetic change. 333. GENERAL LINGUISTICS. (3) An introduction to the methods of systematic observation of language phe nomena. 334. HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. (3) Change and growth in the language development. A study of word formation and function. LITERATURE Following is a list of the l ite rature courses offered by the D ivision. Hu maniti es majors who select a concentration in Literature must complete Eng l ish 201,202 , and 415 as a part of their 18 unit requirement. English 200. MASTERPIECES.
English 201,202. ENGLISH LITERATURE. English 304. 17TH CENTURY LITERATURE. Engl ish 305. BIOGRAPHY. Engl ish 307. RENAISSANCE AND REFORMATION. English 309, 310. AMERICAN LITERATURE. English 312. THE ROMANTIC AGE. Engl ish 314. CLASSICAL LITERATURE. English 316. 18TH CENTURY LITERATURE. English 321. POETRY. Engli sh 403. SHAKESPEARE. English 406. WORLD LITERATURE. English 408. MAJOR AMERICAN NOVELISTS.
Engl ish 413 . VICTORIAN PERIOD. English 415. LITERARY CRITICIS:\1.
English 416. 20TH CENTURY LITERATURE. German 303. GER1'1AN LIFE AND CULTURE.
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