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The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons.
Great Latin American Writers of the 20th Century. Department assigned to the subject: Students are expected to have completed.
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This course is intended for any student with previous knowledge of Spanish, with specific interest in reading and literature. No previous knowledge of Latin American literature required.
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Based on reading and analysis of selected texts, this course ed to give to the student an insight into the 20th century Latin American history, culture and reality through the study of its complex literature. It provides an opportunity to study the different literary trends, aesthetic conceptions and expressive techniques that make up this rich and varied literary panorama, both in narrative and poetic expression.
Through reading and class discussion, students will reflect literatjra the complexity of the literatures and giuweppe of Latin America, and gain an overview both of these expressions as the events that shaped the history and politics of the subcontinent. Students will be able to: Identify and describe mayor literary tendencies and main cultural debates in 20th century Latin America.
Analyze and criticize literary texts. Define and support a personal approach to literary and political events seen in class. Discuss the link between literature and other domains of culture e. Contents are organized according to different cross-cutting topics that will vary by semester: In the case of the topic defined by the hispanoakericana between literature and politics, the contents will be as follows: At the same time, the topic intend to analyze the intervention of literature and writers in formal and informal politics throughout the twentieth century.
Latin America’s Place in the Commodity Chain: The struggle for land. Texts by Horacio Quiroga. Race, culture and economy in the Caribbean. The aftermath of the Revolution.
Texts by Juan Rulfo. The position of the gellini.
Dictatorships in the Southern Cone: The right wing reacts. Politics, migration and gender at the border. Texts by Gloria Anzaldua. The long night of neoliberalism.
Texts by Diamle Eltit. Mandatory readings will be included in a dossier published by the professor and available in the university bel,ini center. Learning activities and methodology.
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The course will be focus on textual analysis and discussion of selected literary works. Students must read the texts for each session in advance in order to participate actively in class. Class attendance is mandatory. Suspense of the subject In addition to classroom participation, students must submit a response paper for each unit.
These tasks should have an approximate extension of one or two pages each 3, characters. Also, towards the end of the semester, students must explain in front of the class the subject of their final essay.
There will be office hours intended to address specific questions about the content or activities of the subject. Students who were unable to attend at scheduled time, can make an appointment with the professor. There shall be continuous assessment, taking into account the following: Class attendance and active participation.
Collaboration, willingness and interest in hispanaomericana tasks required by the professor will be considered. Two written exams, consisting of theoretical questions and short analysis of texts.
A final essay on a free choice topic agreed with professor. Students must explain in front of the class the subject of their final essay. The final grade will be calculated according to the following percentages: History of Modern Latin America: El Llano en llamas.
Alvar, Manuel et al. Historia de la literatura hispanoamericana.
Historia De La Literatura Hispanoamericana
Nueva historia de la literatura hispanoamericana. El cuento hispanoamericano en el siglo XX. Modern Latin American Literature: A Very Short Introduction.
La novela hispanoamericana del siglo XX. Los pliegues del silencio: Del romanticismo al criollismo Trayectoria de la novela hispanoamericana actual: