Preven, Eric; Preven, Joshua
January 1995
New Republic;1/30/95, Vol. 212 Issue 5, p10
Features a satirical list of undergraduate courses now available at some fictional university. Course descriptions; Changes made to the "Course Catalog"; Methods of computations used in the statistics; Cinema and the law; Seminar on images of dampness in medieval popular ballads; Windbags since the 19th century; Discussion of the Latvian Cinema; Corrections.


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