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SPAN-261 Survey of Spanish Literature
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Professors Francomano and LaRubia-Prado, and Mr. Garc?a-Torvisco



A survey of Spanish peninsular literature covering a wide range of texts and authors belonging to the main cultural periods of Spanish history from the Middle Ages to the present. Students will be exposed to different genres--including poetry, drama, narrative, and the essay--as they are introduced to basic concepts of literary criticism and textual interpretation. These are discussion-based survey courses with active participation by all students required.
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