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U912-326 Survey of Spanish American Literature

This course offers a survey of Spanish American literature. The first half of the course begins with the chronicles of discovery and conquest and continues through the late 19th century. The second half of the course focuses on the 20th century and includes contemporary authors (e.g., Gabriel García Márquez, Isabel Allende). Besides the chronicles of discovery and conquest, genres studied are the short story, poetry, and theatre, as well as specifically Spanish American genres such as the tradición and gauchesca literature. The major canonical texts are studied, including a variety of authors, both men and women, from a variety of countries. Lessons are written in Spanish.

Course Syllabus



Course Information
PrerequisitesCompletion of U912-224 Introduction to Hispanic Literature, and U912-225 Third Year Language Practice or U912-226 Third-Year Grammar and Composition with a C or better or the equivalent; Appropriate for third-year or higher college or graduate student
Credits3 undergraduate credits
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Delivery MethodOnline
Course Start DateDate payment received
Course End Date1 year after start date
Registration DeadlineNone
Costs
Course Tuition*$981
Administrative Fee$75 (nonrefundable)
Total Tuition and Fees$1056 (not including materials)
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Course Materials
Voces de Hispanoamerica
(ISBN: 0838416535) Edition: 3rd

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