SPAN 3370 HISPANIC LITERATURE

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SPAN 3370 Hispanic Literature
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1313 and ENGL 1323
The study of major periods and masterworks of Hispanic literature, read and discussed in English. Introduces literary/cultural figures of medieval and early modern Spain (El Cid, Don Quixote, Don Juan); and includes major 20th-century writers, as well as literary movements that were propagated from Latin America to the rest of the literary world (e.g., magical realism). The course may be used to fulfill Smith College humanities/literature requirements but not to fulfill requirements for the Spanish/English major. (Offered also as ENGL 3370.)


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