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CHNS 4110/6110

Advanced Chinese III
Instructor: 
Fall Course Time 1: 
TR 12:30 - 1:45
Hours: 
3 hours
Spring 2014 Information: 

Learn to read Confucius, Zhuangzi, Sima Qian and the best Tang poets in the original. Learn the fundamentals of literary Chinese for writing, speaking and reading newspapers. Focusing on selected works of some of the most influential philosophers, historians and poets of early China, this introduction to classical Chinese emphasizes translation, analysis of grammar, and the cultural and literary background of some of China’s most revered writers and writings. Class is conducted both in Mandarin and English

Fall Semester Information: 
Learn the fundamentals of literary Chinese for writing, speaking and reading newspapers. Learn to read Confucius, Zhuangzi, Sima Qian and the best Tang poets in the original. Focusing on selected works of some of the most influential philosophers, historians and poets of early China, this introduction to classical Chinese emphasizes translation, analysis of grammar, and the cultural and literary background of some of China’s most revered writers and writings. Class is conducted both in Mandarin and English.
Course Description: 

An introduction to classical Chinese focusing on translation, analysis of grammar, and the semantic range and use of commonly occurring classical Chinese words. Readings include selections of the early classics through later imperial literature.

Prerequisite: 
CHNS 3020
Grading System: 
A-F (Traditional)
Oasis Title: 
ADV CHINESE III
 
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