10 Credits SPRING

Pre-requisites: HSS130 and HSS131 or HSS140 and HSS141

Co-requisites: HSS231

Aims/Description: The course will involve the close reading of a variety of texts including examples of the detective novel, feminist writing and literature about childhood; some produced during the Franco regime, others subsequently. Study will focus on questions of personal development and socio-political change, as dealt with by major novelists such as Delibes, Goytisolo, Mendoza and Vazquez Montalban.

Staff Contact: Dr Anthony Trippett, Hispanic Studies
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Seminars
Assessment: To be agreed

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