Peninsular Spanish Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries

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An introduction to modern Peninsular Spanish literature and to basic concepts of literary analysis. Plays, poetry, and novels of nineteenth and twentieth century Spain will be read and discussed in relation to the history and the culture of the period. The course will focus on literary movements of Spain, representative works, and their critical analysis: Romanticism, Realism, The Generation of 1898 (Miguel de Unamuno, Valle Inclán), The Generation of 1927 (Federico García Lorca), and the post-Civil War novel, poetry and theatre. Conducted in Spanish. Prerequisites: SP 315 or demonstrated proficiency.


January 26
12:00 PM
Thursday January 26, 12:00pm
Great Room, 3rd floor of Adminstration Building
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