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SPAN 4307
Spanish American Literature: Poetry and Short Story
Three semester hours. (SP)
Conducted in Spanish. The study of two major genres of Spanish American literature, works of interest both to students of modern Spanish American culture and to those planning graduate work in Spanish. The topic will be determined each time the course is offered, mindful of needs of both students and faculty. Works studied will include: Poetry: Darío, Neruda, Vallejo, Borges Short story: Cortázar, Rulfo, García Márquez, Borges. May be repeated when topic changes. Prerequisite: SPAN 3300 and 3310 or consent of instructor.

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