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Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2017-18

SPAN 70.01 Great Works of Hispanic Literature: Don Quixote and One Hundred Years of Solitude

From the time of its publication in 1605 (Part I) and 1615 (Part II), Don Quijote has provoked radically different interpretations. Taking as point of departure both the comic and the romantic interpretation, the course will explore, in the first place, the meaning of the Quijote across the centuries. Parallely the course seeks to understand the Quijote both per se--as an autonomous work of literature--and as a highly creative response to the literary and cultural forces from which it was forged. In addition to explore the historical context, such as social conflicts in the Hapsburg monarchy, in order to make understand better the work, the course will attend also to the literary history, and will offer an approach to novel as literary genre, product of the Medieval “mixtification” which flourished  in the Renaissance.


19S: Lozano



Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:W

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19S: 10