Literary Analysis

This course will introduce the graduate student to the techniques of literary analysis, critical thinking, reading, and interpreting Hispanic literary texts. It is divided into three segments, each of which is devoted to the analytic strategies pertinent to one major genre: narrative, poetry, and drama. Each student will write several papers and actively participate in class discussions. (1 unit)

Required text: Material in electronic form to be available for students upon arrival at Middlebury.

Recommended text: Angelo Marchese & Joaquín Forradellas, Diccionario de retórica, crítica y terminología literaria (Barcelona: Ariel).
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SPAN 6560

All Sections in Summer 2009, LS 6 Week Session

Summer 2009, LS 6 Week Session

SPAN6560A-L09 Lecture (Carreno)
SPAN6560B-L09 Lecture (del Campo)
SPAN6560C-L09 Lecture (Evangelista de Gonzalez)
SPAN6560D-L09 Lecture (Grunfeld)
SPAN6560E-L09 Lecture (Layna Ranz)
SPAN6560F-L09 Lecture (Rios Sanchez)
SPAN6560G-L09 Lecture (Roses-Lozano)