11:15-12:30 TR BH 105 *Satisfies COAS Requirements for AHLA* *Carries Cultural Studies Credit* This course will explore the interrelationship between literature, poetry, art, narrative and film in the latter part of the nineteenth century, and the earlier part of the twentieth. In chronological fashion, the course will examine the development of Impressionism and Symbolism, the influence of film on contemporary culture, and the expressionist and constructivist tendencies in narrative and art in the mid-century. Discussion will focus on the interaction of the arts and their influences, particularly the hybrid forms they have produced. Among other texts, we shall study fiction by Woolf, Mansfield, Joyce, Maupassant, Chekov, and Kafka; poetry by Eliot, Pound, Cummings and Yeats; art by Monet, Cezanne, Picasso and Kandinsky; and films by Eisenstein, Griffith, Capellani, Gelabert and Calmettes. There are no prerequisites, but the course assumes genuine interest in studying literature, painting and music.