The main aim of the course is to provide students with:
- A general knowledge of the literary, cultural and historical context: main writers/texts/movements/genres discussed in class
- Ability to read critically the literary texts included in the reading list, by putting to use the theoretical knowledge gained in class
- Ability to express oneself and critically argue in Spanish
The course will focus on a selection of literary representations, among the many the characterise 19th Spanish literature: novel and theatre.
The course will be taught in Spanish.
Students are required to check throughout the course materials and information uploaded on E-learning UNIVR
Students who are unable to attend are required to contact the teacher.
|José Zorrilla||Don Juan Tenorio (Edizione 1)||Cátedra, Madrid||2001||84-376-0213-0||(o edizione più recente)|
|Felipe B. Pedraza Jiménez, Milagros Rodríguez Cáceres||Las épocas de la literatura española. (Edizione 1)||Ariel (Barcelona)||2002||84-344-2502-5||Capítulo VII: La época del realismo, pp.223-254|
|a cura di Maria Grazia Profeti||L'età moderna della letteratura spagnola. L'Ottocento (Edizione 1)||La Nuova Italia||2000||88-221-3935-6||Il Romanzo: pp. 261-282 e pp. 450-484 (E' caldamente consigliata la lettura dell'intero capitolo) pp.261-610; Teatro: pp.59-108.|
|Benito Pérez Galdós||Misericordia (Edizione 1)||Cátedra, Madrid||1991||84-376-0368-4||(o edizione più recente)|
An oral exam in Spanish will assess:
- a knowledge of primary and secondary texts
- the ability to articulate effectively the information and critical assessments concerning texts and topics discussed in class
At the beginning of the course we will consider the possibility of a written test (multiple choice). Only students who attend the course will be allowed to take the test, which will represent a part of the whole exam.