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Academic Year 2005/2006
Garcia Lorca and His World
SPAN 244 FA
This course is a study of the Spanish avant-garde movement through the poetry and plays of one of Europe's most celebrated authors. Attention will be given to the popular culture to which Lorca gave artistic form and to
the problem of surrealism in the visual arts (Joan Miro, Salvador Dali, Luis Bunuel). Readings will include the poetry and plays of contemporary writers who, with Lorca, constitute the so-called generacion del 27.
(Tentative) Federico Garcia Lorca-Selected poems from CANCIONES, ROMANCERO GITANO and POETA EN NUEVA YORK.
Plays: MARIANA PINEDA; LA ZAPATERA PRODIGIOSA; EL PUBLICO; YERMA; BODAS DE SANGRE; LA CASA DE BERNARDA ALBA
Selected ballads from the
"Romancero viejo", Middle Ages, Renaissance and 20th century.
Selected poetry by Luis de Gongora, Gerardo Diego, Rafael Alberti.
Ramon Maria del Valle Inclan, DIVINAS PALABRAS Rafael Alberti, EL ADEFESIO
Jose Martin Recuerda, LAS ARRECOGI
AS DE SANTA MARIA EGIPCIACA
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Written: three short papers and one term project. Oral: Three to four oral reports (depending on the size of the class). All readings, discussions and assignments are conducted exclusively in Spanish. From time to
time, students will be expected to
listen to tapes and see videos in the Language Resource Center.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS and/or COMMENTS
SPAN244 is intended for students who have completed SPAN223. Students who have not done so should consult with the professor before preregistering. Only COL students may take the course Credit/Unsatisfactory, all other
students must take the course for
a letter grade.
Gen Ed Area Dept:
Links to Web Resources For This Course.
- Instructor(s): González,Bernardo Antonio
- Times: ..T.R.. 10:30AM-11:50AM; Location: FISK404;
- Reserved Seats: (Total Limit: 18)
- SR. major: 5 Jr. major: 4
- SR. non-major: 3 Jr. non-major: 3 SO: 3 FR: 0
- Curricular Renewal: Speaking, Writing
Last Updated on MAR-30-2006
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