Hispanic Literature

Hispanic Literature

Hispanic Literature

If you like literature. Choose this course if you know Spanish and you would like to learn about Spanish literature.

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Starting dates: every Monday
Duration: 1 hour (60 minutes) /day - 5 hours per week - minimum 1 week - maximum 4 weeks
1 level: it is necessary to have at least an advanced level of Spanish (B2)
Maximum 8 students per group
PRICE: 75 € per week (if you book only one week, the price is 85 €)

If you like literature and have an advanced level of Spanish, you’ll love this class! In this course you’ll enjoy learning about Spanish and Hispanic literature and its most prominent authors through reading and discussing different texts. You don’t need any past experience or knowledge about the subject to take the class, just curiosity and a love for great literature.

Students analyse and draw conclusions about different literary works by first being introduced, through written documents and audiovisual presentations, to the historical and political era in which each was written. Examples of the literary eras and writers studied in this class are: Modernism (Hispanic American and Spanish), Generation of ‘27, García Lorca, Literature of the Boom Era (Hispanic American: García Márquez, Cortázar, etc.).

Typically, the teacher chooses one theme to be presented and analyzed per week and the course content of each class depends largely on the needs and interests of the students.

In addition to providing for the students a chance to get to know the various writers and the historical context of Spanish and Hispanic American literature, the course hopes to motivate the students to participate in analytical discussions, both written and oral, which set the stage for them to express their personal opinions and engage in healthy literary debate.

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2018 public holidays: 28th February, 30th March, 1st May, 31st May, 15th August, 12th October, 1st November and 6th December.

There will be no class, but they are discounted from the final price.

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