Spanish Special Subject 1
Module code: R4027
15 credits in spring semester
Teaching method: Seminar, Lecture
Assessment modes: Coursework, Unseen examination
This module, delivered in Spanish, addresses some key works by some of the most significant novelists in 20th-century Spanish literature.
You'll be either a single-honours and joint-major student studying Spanish as part of your degree.
The texts may vary but will normally include a faithful and consistent representation of the Realism genre in the 20th century.
A prime focus of your analysis will be the manner in which the novel deals with a vast number of Spanish social problems and from different perspectives, in accordance with the literary generations' changing mindsets.
Module learning outcomes
- The successful student will demonstrate systematic understanding of key aspects of the 20th-century Spanish realist novel.
- S/he will demonstrate coherent and detailed knowledge of several significant texts written by leading exponents of modern literary Realism in Spain.
- S/he will demonstrate sophisticated intellectual engagement with the philosophical, psychological, moral, critical or other issues arising from the works studied.
- S/he will demonstrate a good command of written Spanish, appropriate in its accuracy and register to the development of sustained academic argument in the context of discursive essays produced under examination conditions.