This course examines Chinese classics and their English translations, such as The Book of Documents, The Analects of Confucius, The Mencius, The Dao De Jing, and other philosophical maxims, proverbial sayings, rhyming couplets, idioms and poems that still have an impact on Chinese language and culture today.
A working knowledge of Modern Chinese and English
(EAS206Y), EAS218H1, (EAS306Y), EAS358Y1, EAS455H1, EAS458H1, CHI311H5, CHI408H5, CHI409H5
1. Priority will be given to students enrolled in the Minor in English and Chinese Translation.
2. This course may be taken before or after LGGC64H3 or LGGC65H3
3. Students who have taken this course may not subsequently take LGGC60H3, LGGC61H3, LGGC62H3, or LGGC63H3 for credit.