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The more enthusiastic student will nonetheless be able to explore references made to other contemporary novelists and writers such as Chateaubriand, Stendhal, Hugo, Maupassant and Zola.

When you have completed FRENyou should be able to accomplish the following major course objectives. Be able to describe and to distinguish between “romanticism,” “realism” and “naturalism” as “schools” or “movements” in the history of French literature. This course is also vital to those who intend to pursue translation as a profession and those aspiring towards a higher degree MA in French Studies.