Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

Intl 352U The City in Europe: Humanities

Examines the challenges of modern urban life since the eighteenth century in Europe through the lens of place and character in major European novels. Authors identified with specific cities (e.g., Orwell and Barcelona, Mann and Venice, Isherwood and Berlin, Woolf and London) are chosen to explore the evolution of European identity and major historical, political, and cultural developments of the modern period.


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