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Every student will experience that sinking feeling while reading a syllabus that appears too overwhelming. Whether it requires loads of reading, writing, or both, the feeling is dreadful at the beginning of a new course. Yet, no student today could possibly imagine the dread of the students taking W. H. Auden’s Fate and the Individual in European Literature at the University of Michigan during the 1941-42 school year.