Review Comment

[CLME W4200] Themes in the Arabic Novel

May 19, 2007

Radwan, Noha
[CLME W4200] Themes in the Arabic Novel

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Lovely class and professor. The class was mostly seniors, and they all seemed to know Professor Radwan. The class was exceptionally laidback, though discussions were still often lively and interesting. Radwan raised great points, and she really wanted to class to be close - she held three class dinners, including one at her apartment.

The novels were great, and she clearly had a deep knowledge of them - though sometimes it was frustrating to read in translation (she read the books in Arabic) and not get all of the things she noticed in her reading.

Workload:

One book a week (most are short novellas), weekly short response postings, midterm paper (5-7 pgs.), final paper (10-14 pgs.) - all deadlines are flexible. all of them. but PARTICIPATE.

Directory Data

Dept/Subj Directory Course Professor Year Semester Time Section
MELC / CLME MELC CLME W4200: Themes in the Arabic Novel Noha Radwan 2010 Spring MW / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1
MELC / CLME MELC CLME W4200: Themes in the Arabic Novel Noha Radwan 2009 Spring MW / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1
MELC / CLME MELC CLME W4200: Themes in the Arabic Novel Noha Radwan 2007 Spring TR / 1:10- 2:25 PM 1
MELC / CLME MELC CLME W4200: Themes in the Arabic Novel Noha Radwan 2004 Fall TR / 9:10-10:25 AM 1