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SPAN 4303
The Spanish American Novel
Three semester hours. (SP)
Conducted in Spanish. A study of Spanish America's most widely acclaimed genre. Students will examine representative works of the older generation of novelists, including Sarmiento and Gairaldes, Gallegos and Rivera, as well as more modern writers such as Carpentier, Cortzar, Asturias, Vargas Llosa, Fuentes, Rulfo, and Garcia Marquez. The novels' historical, social, cultural and intellectual ambience will form an integral part of the course. Prerequisite: SPAN 3323 or SPAN 3326.

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