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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2020

SPAN 77.05 Advanced Writing with Federico García Lorca

This is a writing course, so expressing your ideas and thoughts in coherent and well-thought-out papers and essays is as important as discussing the topic of Lorca’s Theater. You will need to support your writing with evidence taken from the plays, the films, and the critical essays. You will be writing short and long responses and will make oral presentations. Peer review is an essential component of this course.

The purpose of this course is to engage in meaningful conversations with Lorca’s main topics in his theatrical plays. This is the first step to explore theatrical strategies and aesthetics techniques used by Lorca to convey meaning. We need to go beyond the simple description of a play’s plot in order to to focus on what the texts are telling us about the author’s literary universe and his contemporary society. We want to discover Lorca’s mythical universe and his critical take on Spain’s most traditional society. In this course, reading and expressing your ideas in writing are equality as important.

Distributive and/or World Culture

Dist:LIT; WCult:W

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