Tasting Vinegar: Introductions to Asian Philosophy and Literary Style

Unit 17: Literary Texts: Analyzing Modern Conflict
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Objective: SWBAT analyze particular points of view reflected in world literature from outside the U.S. by participating in class discussion of Chinese philosophy and literary style.

Big Idea: Today we will start reading To Live, a modern Chinese novel. Before we begin looking specifically at the text, we will spend time looking at the vast and diverse thinking and style of Chinese literary history.

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