10 Credits SPRING


Pre-requisites: HSS130 and HSS131 or HSS140 and HSS141


Co-requisites: HSS231

Aims/Description: To offer an introduction to some of the major writers of this century and an insight into diverse Latin American issues, primarily through the study of short narrative. From the regional literature of the first half of the century the course moves into the boom period which established Spanish-American literature's international reputation.

Staff Contact: Professor Anny Brooksbank-Jones, Hispanic Studies
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars
Assessment: Essays

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