Spanish and Portuguese | The Hispanic World II
S332 | 17386 | Prof. Maryellen Bieder

HISP-S 332 The Hispanic World II    (3 credits)
Prerequisite:  S331 or equivalent


An introduction to the study of modern literary texts from Spain.
Readings include plays, novels, short stories, and poetry by such
internationally-renowned authors as Miguel de Unamuno and Federico
García Lorca as well as contemporary writers. Thematically, the
course reflects the changing representation of the family across the
last two centuries.   Class discussion will emphasize reading
comprehension, elements of literary analysis, and the social and
historical context of the texts. Daily reading assignments,
analytical essays, and written examinations. Participation in daily
class discussion is required; therefore, attendance is mandatory.
The course is taught in Spanish with readings, discussion, written
analyses, and exams in Spanish.

The course will be conducted in Spanish.

Credit given for only two of the following: S331, S332, S333

HISP-S 332  17386  2:30P-3:20P  MWF  Room=TBA  Prof. Maryellen Bieder