COMPLIT 430 - Comparative Studies in Fiction
Section: 001 20th Century Latin American Narrative
Term: WN 2009
Subject: Comparative Literature (COMPLIT)
Department: LSA Comparative Literature
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Upperclass standing.
May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credit(s).
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Perhaps more than any other literary tradition, Latin American narrative came into its own during the 20th century. Such writers as Gabriel García Márquez, Jorge Luis Borges and others not only garnered a world wide readership and international literary prizes, but became highly influential on generations of authors and others around the world. In this course, we will read some of the many key works of 20th-century Latin American narrative as well as some supplementary historical and critical texts in order better to understand the literary, social, and philosophical importance of this rich narrative corpus.

Evaluation and requirements (other than reading, attendance, and participation) to be determined collectively in accordance with the needs of the course participants.

COMPLIT 430 - Comparative Studies in Fiction
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001 (SEM)
TuTh 8:30AM - 10:00AM
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