Literature Courses - Russian

General

Program Description

This course type comprises 10-afternoon lessons in a mini-group. The course could be taken only in combination with the Standard group course. This course is aimed at University students who specialize in Russian culture and literature. This course will allow students to gain an in-depth understanding of the foremost problems and ideas that the writers were contemplating. With the guidance of our experienced teachers, students will discuss and analyze features of the authors' styles and appreciate the power of the texts in the original. - Minimum admission age: 16 - Course starts: upon request - Minimum course duration: 1 week - Levels available: block 1 A 2.2 - B 1.2, block 2 B 2.2 - C 1.1 - Timetable: Mon-Fri, 9.30 a.m – 1.00 p.m. (Standard group course). Mon-Fri 13:30 – 15:00 - Number of students per class – 3-5 (min. 2)

Additional mini-group afternoon course "Golden age of Russian literature"

Block 1 (levels A 2.2. – B 1.2.) - maximum duration 2 weeks Topics - Pushkin - Lermontov - Turgenev - Dostoevskij - Chehov - Gogol - Tolstoj Price per week: 150 euro Block 2 (levels B 2.2. - C 1.1.) Topics - Chaadaev - Pushkin - Nekrasov - Dostoevskij - Chehov - Tutchev - Gogol - Tolstoj Price per week: 150 euro

Additional mini-group afternoon course "Russian literature of the 20th century - silver age

Block 1 (levels A 2.2. – B 1.2.)- maximum duration 2 weeks Topics - symbolism - avant-garde - civil war literature - acmeism - Bulgakov "Master and Margarita" - Tsvetaeva - Pasternak Price per week: 150 euro Block 2 (levels B 2.2. - C 1.1.) Topics - symbolism - avant-garde - Zamaytin - acmeism - Mandelshtam - Bulgakov "Master and Margarita" - Tsvetaeva - Harms - Pasternak Price per week: 150 euro

Last updated Nov 2017

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Russian language has always been one of the most widely spoken languages, not only in Russia but in the whole world. According to recent research, more than 500 million people speak Russian, making it ... Read More

Russian language has always been one of the most widely spoken languages, not only in Russia but in the whole world. According to recent research, more than 500 million people speak Russian, making it the world's third most commonly spoken language after Chinese (more than 1 billion speakers) and English (750 million). It is one of the official or working languages in many international organizations (e.g. UNO, UNESCO, IAEA, WHO, etc). Read less
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