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2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
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◆ SPAN 403 - Latin American Literature

(4 credits)

A survey of Latin American literature from pre-colonial to contemporary literature. This course includes the study of pre-Hispanic writings (Nahautl, maya, quechua), Los Cronistas, colonial literature, Neoclassism, Romanticism, and the transition of the “gaucho epic” from the 19th to the 20th century. It also includes Modernism; the Criollismo; Post-Modernism; Magic Realism; and the Boom with writers such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Carlos Fuentes, Cortazar, and Vargas Llosa; the theater; and other essay writers. Prerequisite: △ SPAN 301 - Spanish Composition and Conversation  or SPAN 310 - Spanish for Native/Heritage Speakers . Grade or P/NC. Offered annually.

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