Summer course offered: HUM A220 - Film as/and Literature

by Vicki Heisser  |   

Join HUM A220 - Film as/and Literature and explore the fascinating world where literature and the silver screen meet.

This 3-credit course delves into the relationship between literature and film. It examines how narratives, characters, themes, and motifs are presented in these two mediums. The course covers various materials, such as classic novels, contemporary short stories, plays, and films. In particular, it will focus on the theme of domestic violence as depicted in film and literature.

As a student, you'll develop analytical skills and appreciate storytelling. HUM A220 - Film as/and Literature program offers a unique opportunity to explore narrative and creativity for book and movie lovers alike. Take advantage of this extraordinary class. Enroll in HUM A220 - Film as/and Literature today and discover the boundless possibilities of storytelling.

The course's written texts are public domain and available free online via links in Blackboard. Some film adaptations may require access to the films through online streaming, DVD rental, library DVDs, or purchased copies. Note that some films may be rated R by the MPAA.

If you have any questions or want to learn more, check out the PWSC/UAA course catalog, call 907-834-1600, or email 

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