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SPAN0352

Spanish Literary Realism

Spanish Literary Realism
Literary Realism, a trend in the second half of 19th century Spain, depicts contemporary life and society as it is instead of a romanticized or stylized presentation. In this course we will read the most significant writers for the study of Spanish Realism: Valera, Pereda, Pardo Bazán, Clarín, and Galdós. Students will be required to work with theory and criticism. Satisfies the IS advanced language requirement in Spanish. (At least two Spanish courses at the 0300 level or above, or by waiver) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Languages
Requirements Fulfilled:
EUR LIT

Sections

Fall 2011

SPAN0352A-F11 Lecture (Manrique-Gomez)

Spring 2011

SPAN0352A-S11 Lecture (Manrique-Gomez)

Fall 2007

SPAN0352A-F07 Lecture (Andreu-Sprigg)