Literature and Law Seminar
|Term: Spring Term 2013-14 (2144)|
|Catalog Number: 5843|
|Room: Jury Room (LAW G25).|
|Instructor: Lawrence A. Frolik|
|Credits: 3.0 Credits (2.0 classroom contact, 1.0 field)|
|Catalog Requirements: Upper-Level Writing, "W" Writing.|
Enrollment Limit: 12.
|Priority: Seminar - 3rd Year Priority|
Probable readings: Walter Van Tilburg Clark, The Ox-Bow Incident; Ernest Hemingway, “The Doctor and the Doctor’s Wife;” Herman Melville, Billy Budd; William Maxwell, So Long, See You Tomorrow; Thomas Bell, Out of This Furnace; Albert Camus, The Stranger; Mark Twain, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn; and Bernard Schlink, The Reader.
Students must submit two drafts of a paper (20 pages) which may be used to meet the upper level writing requirement. The final grade will be based: 50% on the long paper; 50% on class participation.