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Jill Robbins, Chair 150 W 21st Street, Stop B3700, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-4936

Spring 2005

SPN 326L • INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH LITERATURE SINCE 1700

Unique Days Time Location Instructor
45535 TTh
9:30 AM-11:00 AM
BEN 1.104
Holloway

Course Description

This course has two primary goals: to teach students how to deal critically in Spanish with a variety of examples of of theater, poetry and narrative prose; and to introduce students to the broad literary and cultural movements of the period from the late eighteenth century to the twentieth: the enlightenment, romanticism, realism, the avant-garde, the Spanish civil war. For the most part, works are presented in chronological order, with background material regarding literary historical contexts provided by the instructor.

The emphasis of most classes, however, will be on critical reading, literal and aesthetic appreciation of the text. The class will be conducted in Spanish and most written work and testing is also carried out in Spanish.

Grading Policy

3 In class exams (20% each); 2 Papers (1st, 3-4pp.=10% ; 2nd, 5-6 pp.=20%,); Participation 10%.

Texts

1. Leandro Fernández Moratín, El sí de las niñas 2. Ángel Saavedra, Don Álvaro o la fuerza del sino 3. Miguel de Unamuno, San Manuel Bueno, mártir 4. Sender, Ramón, Réquiem por un campesino muerto 5. Fernán Gómez, Fernando. Las bicicletas son para el verano 6. Pedrero, Paloma, Juego de noches : nueve obras en un acto A course reader with selections of the following: José de Espronceda, poesía; Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, poesía; Carolina Coronado, poesía; Rosalía de Castro, poesía; Emilia Pardo Bazán, cuentos; Federico García Lorca, poesía; Rafael Alberti, poesía, El hombre deshabitado (teatro); Miguel Hernández, poesía.

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