THE SHORT STORY IN LATIN AMERICA
- Module code: SPA224
- Credits: 5
- Semester: 2
- Quota: 24
- Department: SPANISH
- Coordinator: Dr David Conlon (SPANISH)
This module will consider short narrative forms as they have evolved in Latin America throughout the twentieth century and up to the present day. It will consider how genres such as the Gothic and the Fantastic have historically inflected Latin America’s rich storytelling tradition, and will also consider how more recent short fictions have aimed to engage with contemporary political and social issues facing the region.
On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
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**This 5-ECTS credit module may be used as part of the 15-ECTS credits in the study of literature (including drama, poetry, fiction, film studies etc.) required for accreditation by the Teaching Council of Ireland. All applications submitted for Teaching Council accreditation are, however, subject to the Teaching Council’s internal evaluation processes.
4th February 2023 - 21:12:50 (24h)