LM I (57208):
C1 level of French (Common European Framework).
LM II (57115):
Students must have passed the oral exam of the 1st-year French Language exam before taking any part of the 2nd-year French Language exam.
At the end of the course, the students will have improved their competences at an advanced C1 level for French language LM1, at a C1/C2 level for French language LM2 (European Framework of Reference). The students will have acquired critical skills about translation.
This module aims to develop a critical reflection on translation, both theoretically and pragmatically, also with attention to the practice of literary self-translation.
1) Georges Steiner, Après Babel. Une poétique du dire et de la traduction, Paris, Albin Michel, 1998.
2) Julian Green traduit par Julien Green, Le langage et son double, Paris, Fayard, 2004, capitolo "La traduction et le champ des Ecritures", p. 201-231.
Lectures. Particular attention is paid to the discussion and direct dialogue with the students. During the year, students may be required individual or group works that contribute to the final evaluation. Students can also access the training activities organized for their level of competency, as well as tutoring activities planned during the year (see Language Competence Centre site).
The exam on the module consists of an oral test in French language. Students are required to answer questions concerning the module subject extensively covered on the books’ list provided. Group or individual works, required during the year, will be taken into account as part of the final evaluation. In order to take the oral test, students must have passed written tests concerning linguistic skills. The written tests are organized as follows:- LM I (57208), 10 cfu: thème littéraire + version littéraire .
- LM II (57115), 5 cfu: thème littéraire + compte rendu écrit à partir d'une vidéo.
The students are invited to consult the specific web pages on the Centro Competenza Lingue site.
Non attending students and Erasmus students are required to contact the professor at the beginning of the module