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FR 101: Elementary French I
Introduction to French language and culture. Intensive practice in speaking, listening, reading and writing. 
Professors: Nichols, E; Richardson, J; Sabina, H
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FR 102: Elementary French II
Continuation of introduction to French language and culture. Intensive practice in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. 
Professors: Crean, C; Dumitrescu, L; Nichols, E
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FR 103: Intermediate French I
Reading of modern authors, syntax and composition, conversational practice and small-group intensive practice. 
Professors: Assouline, L; Pearson, M
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FR 104: Intermediate French II
Intermediate language and culture. Reading of modern authors, syntax and composition, conversational practice; small-group intensive practice. 
Professors: Burgess, H; Guidone, M; Ruiz, G; (more)
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FR 200: Introduction to the Study of French Literature and Culture
Techniques and methods of literary and cultural analysis in French, with emphasis on close reading and writing of critical papers. Creative Arts, and World Cultures course.
Professors: Solheim, J; Weber, E
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FR 201: Introduction to French Literature I
Introductory survey to French literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Major works are read either in complete form or excerpts; placed in their historical/cultural contexts. Emphasis is on close readings of texts, and writing critical papers. Creative Arts, and World Cultures ...
Professors: Fifer, S
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FR 202: Introduction to French Literature II
Introductory survey to French literature from the Middle Ages to the 18th Century. Major works are read in complete form or excerpts; placed in historical/cultural contexts. Emphasis on close readings of texts, and writing critical papers. Creative Arts, and Past course.
Professors: McClure, E
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FR 231: Conversation and Composition I
Development of skills in spoken and written French; conversational practice based on practical situations; advanced grammar review; free composition. 
Professors: Bourlange, B
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FR 232: Conversation and Composition II
Continuation of FR 231. 
Professors: Fifer, S
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FR 297: Paris in Literature, Film, and Culture
Examines cultural and literary representations of Paris as well as the influence of Parisian urbanism on French cultural and literary genres and forms. Creative Arts, and World Cultures course.
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