Middlebury

SPAN6667

Creative Writing

Creative Writing (Essays, Short Stores, & Poetry)

This course will give the students the skills in Spanish for writing short stories, poetry, and creative essays. We will use as models of analysis, a selection of essays, short stories, and poems from Contemporary Latin American Literature. In order to achieve part of the course’s premise, which is to learn skillful writing, the student must first learn to read well, and discover how some authors who contributed new literary resources and forms of expression to literary history mastered their craft. As a workshop, the class will mainly deal with the students’ essays, short stories, and poems as the principal subjects of weekly discussions. A strong participation in the critique process is encouraged. (1 unit)

This course is cross-listed with Language/Linguistics.*
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Linguistics Literature
Equivalent Courses:
SPAN6667A

Sections

Summer 2016 Language Schools

SPAN6667A-L16 Lecture (Palou)

Summer 2015 Language Schools

SPAN6667A-L15 Lecture (Espina)

Summer 2014 Language Schools

SPAN6667A-L14 Lecture (Espina)

Summer 2013

SPAN6667A-L13 Lecture (Kozer)

Summer 2012

SPAN6667A-L12 Lecture (Kamenszain)

Summer 2011

SPAN6667A-L11 Lecture (Kozer)

Summer 2010

SPAN6667A-L10 Lecture (Kozer)

Summer 2009

SPAN6667A-L09 Lecture (Kozer)

Summer 2008

SPAN6667A-L08 Lecture (Cardona-Lopez)

Summer 2007

SPAN6667A-L07 Lecture (Cardona-Lopez)

Summer 2006

SPAN6667A-L06 Lecture (Cardona-Lopez)

Summer 2004

SPAN6667A-L04 Lecture (Cardona-Lopez)