Pre-requisites: HSS 130 and HSS 131 or HSS 140 and HSS 141.

Aims/Description: Throughout this course, students will examine, reflect upon and compare a range of key texts from Spain and Latin America. In so doing, they will learn to appreciate not only the issues highlighted in these works but also their relevance to the social, historical and literary context in which they appeared and the different styles employed to communicate the issues raised.

Staff Contact: Rhian Davies
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars, Independent Study
Assessment: Course work

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