The goal of the course is that students will develop both their
knowledge of Spanish literature and film in relation to Spanish society, as well as their
ability to analyse literature and think critically.
Upon completion of the course, students shall be able to:
- present and defend their text interpretations orally and in writing in adequate Spanish based on various literary texts
- place the literary text within a historical and cultural context with the help of film and other materials
- demonstrate the ability to interpret texts with a certain critical distance at a level that meets with basic literary requirements
- demonstrate both a good understanding of some central literary concepts as well as an ability to, with the help of these, analyze Spanish literature in a well-argued way.
The course covers a selection of literary works and films representing different periods in Spanish literature and culture from the 1900s and 2000s. The study of literature also includes other material that deals with texts from a historical, socio-political and cultural perspective. In the course, a number of literary concepts are studied. The texts are also used as a starting point for discussions about Spanish culture and history in which students practise their ability to present, argue for and defend their text analyses orally in correct and varied Spanish.
The course is examined through written assignments, oral presentations and active participation in seminars and forum discussions.
Forms of Study
- 22.5 credits within the main field of Spanish, including the course Spanish I: Written Language Proficiency and Grammar, 7,5 credits