Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo / Portale Web di Ateneo


RUSSIAN LITERATURE II
LETTERATURA RUSSA II

Russian literature and its
La letteratura russa e le

A.Y. Credits
2019/2020 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Giuseppe Ghini Tuesday, 11-12 Collegio Raffaello
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language Russian
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Foreign Languages and Cultures (L-11)
Curriculum: LINGUISTICO CULTURALE OCCIDENTALE
Date Time Classroom / Location
Date Time Classroom / Location

Learning Objectives

The course aims to show one of the characteristic of the Russian literature, such as the so-called cursing questioning (according to Berdjaev's definition). From the reading of a text the students are led to develop their opinion, to perform a critical analysis, and to find out the refential associations, and to verify hypothesis and analogies.

Program

The so-called "cursed questioning" will be anaysed in the literary works of Baratynskij, Puškin, Dostoevskij, Tolstoj, Solov'ev, Čechov, Andreev, Solženicyn. The texts will be introduced and discussed in class, as well as the literary criticism of those texts. 

Great emphasis will be given to the making up of the works and the characters, and to their relations with the contemporary civilization.

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

Knowledge and understanding

Knowledge of the main tools of literary criticism

Knowledge of the peculiarity of Russian literature

Applying knowledge and understanding

Ability to understand and discuss several the literary criticism of each text

Ability to estimate different critical points of view

Making judgements

Ability to develop one's own literary judgement

Learning skills

Independent reading of Russian literary texts 

Ability to apply what have been acquired to different texts

Communication skills

Ability to convey clearly and coherently the contents of the lessons to specialists and non-specialists interlocutors

Ability to convey with accuracy and effectiveness the contents of the lessons to specialists and non-specialists interlocutors

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

Frontal lessons and seminars

Course books

The poetic texts will be analysed in the original language. The prose can be studied in translation.

Баратынский, К чему невольнику мечтание свободы? (1833)

Пушкин, Дар напрасный, дар случайный (1828)

Митрополит Филарет, Не напрасно, не случайно (1829)

Пушкин, В часы забав иль праздной скуки (1830).

Достоевский, Преступление и наказание (1866) o, in alternativa, Достоевский, Братья Карамазовы (1878)

Толстой, Чем люди живы? (1881)

Толстой, Смерть Ивана Ильича (1886)

Соловьев, Чем люди живы? (1892)

Чехов, Палата № 6 (1892)

Чехов, Дама с собачкой (1899)

Чехов, Шуточка  (prima redazione 1886)

Чехов, Шуточка  (seconda redazione 1899)

Чехов, Дом с мезонином (1896).

Андреев, Стена(1901)

Солженицын, Раковый корпус (1967)

Assessment

The exam consists of 5 open-ended questions and it lasts 50 minutes.

Evaluation criteria (for each answer): 4 points are reserved to the first four learning achievements, i.e to Adequacy; 1 point to Coherence,  and 1 point to Accuracy.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

Independent study.

Course books

The poetic texts must be analysed in the original language. The prose can be studied in translation.

Баратынский, К чему невольнику мечтание свободы? (1833)

Пушкин, Дар напрасный, дар случайный (1828)

Митрополит Филарет, Не напрасно, не случайно (1829)

Пушкин, В часы забав иль праздной скуки (1830).

Достоевский, Преступление и наказание (1866) o, in alternativa, Достоевский, Братья Карамазовы (1878)

Толстой, Чем люди живы? (1881)

Толстой, Смерть Ивана Ильича (1886)

Соловьев, Чем люди живы? (1892)

Чехов, Палата № 6 (1892)

Чехов, Дама с собачкой (1899)

Чехов, Шуточка  (prima redazione 1886)

Чехов, Шуточка  (seconda redazione 1899)

Чехов, Дом с мезонином (1896).

Андреев, Стена(1901)

Солженицын, Раковый корпус (1967)

Assessment

The exam consists of 5 open-ended questions and it lasts 50 minutes.

Evaluation criteria (for each answer): 4 points are reserved to the first four learning achievements, i.e to Adequacy. 1 point to Coherence,  and 1 point to Accuracy.

Notes

See Notes in the Informations about the course in Italian.

« back Last update: 14/04/2020

Condividi


Questo contenuto ha risposto alla tua domanda?


Il tuo feedback è importante

Raccontaci la tua esperienza e aiutaci a migliorare questa pagina.

Se sei vittima di violenza o stalking chiama il 1522

Il 1522 è un servizio pubblico promosso dalla Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri – Dipartimento per le Pari Opportunità. Il numero, gratuito è attivo 24 h su 24, accoglie con operatrici specializzate le richieste di aiuto e sostegno delle vittime di violenza e stalking.

Posta elettronica certificata

amministrazione@uniurb.legalmail.it

Social

Performance della pagina

Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo
Via Aurelio Saffi, 2 – 61029 Urbino PU – IT
Partita IVA 00448830414 – Codice Fiscale 82002850418
2021 © Tutti i diritti sono riservati

Top