NML462H1: Modern Persian Prose

Hours

36S

This course examines contemporary Persian prose, focusing on fiction, especially the novel and short story. After an overview of different genres of prose writing, the main elements of a story, such as plot, scene, character, theme, topic, point of view, and conflict, are discussed. The literary knowledge and abilities of students will be developed by analyzing different genres of prose writing, especially Persian short stories. At the end of this course students will be able to examine and analyze any form of story-writing and compose their own short stories. (Conducted in Persian.)

Prerequisite
NML360Y1 or permission of instructor.
Distribution Requirements
Humanities
Breadth Requirements
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)