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North Decatur Building 109
CONTENT: A course in Hispanic cultural literacy and critical skills that also develops students' reading ability, vocabulary, and ability to express ideas in writing. The course is designed to give students a broad understanding of Hispanic culture that will prepare them for upper level course work. The primary reading text is Carlos Fuentes' El espejo enterrado. As students read this text, they will learn about the history, geography, values, art, and literature of the Hispanic world. Supplementary texts are also used.
Fuentes, Carlos. 1992. El espejo enterrado.
PARTICULARS: Required for the Major.
PREREQUISITES: Spanish 212 or equivalent (5-6 years of high school study and permission of Director of the Language Program).
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