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LS 4123 Readings in Spanish II

Three hours (On Campus)
The main objective of this course is to challenge students to analyze and reflect upon the evolution of Latin American literature, from its beginnings up to our present times. Students will become familiar with the diversity of Latin American literature through the study of selected short stories, poetry, and essays by Latin American writers such as Rubén Dario, Pablo Neruda, Gabriela Mistral, and others. A final creative work and presentation are required. This course is taught in Spanish. Meets The Arts and Humanities requirement of the Core Curriculum.

Prerequisite: LS 2123 
Recommended: LS 4113  
Offered on campus Spring semester (odd-numbered years)