Spanish and Portuguese | The Hispanic World II
S332 | 6126 | Professor Olga Impey


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

This course will deal with different manifestations (religion,
family, love, etc.) of the relationship between the individual and
society in a number of representative Spanish literary works from
the Middle Age, Golden Age and modern times. Readings include two
short stories (Unamuno's SAN MANUEL BUENO, MARTIR and NADA MENOS QUE
TODO UN HOMBRE), a dramatic work (Tirso de Molina's EL BURLADOR DE
SEVILLA), and a selection of poems and essays.

The course aims to widen the cultural horizon of students, to
improve their understanding and interpretation of literature, and to
strengthen their speaking and writing abilities in Spanish.

S332 will be taught in Spanish. Class attendance is mandatory.
Students will be evaluated on the basis of fulfilling the following
class requirements: reading and comprehension of the texts, written
assignments and active participation in class discussions (25%); two
essays (30%); summary of a critical study (10%); two exams (35%).

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