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French 500/600 Francophone Civilizations, Literatures, and Cinemas: Introduction

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Course Description

Students explore works of literature, films, and current events to develop their critical-thinking skills and understand the cultural and social contexts of the French-speaking world. The course also includes instruction in language skills and in the methodology of expository writing in French.

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