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Spanish

SPAN 352 (IT) Peninsular Literature I: Medieval and Early Modern (1)

A survey of pre-18th century Spanish literary, including narrative, lyric poetry, and drama. The historical, anthropological, and political backgrounds of the period, as well as other artistic representations, such as painting, and architecture, will also be analyzed. Primary texts include El Cid, El Lazarillo de Tormes, La Vida es Sueno, as well as works by Góngora, María de Zayas, Calderó, Cervantes. Conducted in Spanish.

Mode of Inquiry: Interpreting Texts

Prerequisite: SPAN 331 or consent of instructor

  • Offering: Fall
  • Instructor: Montero, Overstreet