RLSP 205
The Latin-American Novel in Translation Fall 2018 Division I; Difference, Power, and Equity; Cross-listed as COMP205 / RLSP205

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A course specifically designed to enable students who have no knowledge of Spanish to read and discover those Latin-American authors who, in the twentieth century, have attracted world-wide attention. Among the texts to be discussed: Borges, Labyrinths; Cortázar, Blow-up and Hopscotch; Lispector, the Hour of the Star lesser works by Fuentes and Puig; and by Nobel Prize-winner Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude. Conducted in English
The Class: Type: lecture
Limit: 22
Expected: 22
Class#: 1980
Requirements/Evaluation: class participation, two brief papers, a midterm, and a final exam
Prerequisites: none
Enrollment Preference: Spanish majors, Latina/o Studies concentrators
Department Notes: does not carry credit for the Spanish major or the certificate
Distributions: Division I; Difference, Power, and Equity;
Attributes: GBST Latin American Studies Electives

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