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Sant'Anna Institute

Contemporary Italian Literature WL 325

3 credits (45 hours)


COURSE DESCRIPTION

Students will study Italian literature of the Twentieth Century.

Students will critically analyze the internationally renowned literary texts in their original language.

Authors include Pirandello, Quasimodo, Ungaretti, Montale and others. Students will read excerpts from these works and engage in a historical, literary and rhetorical analysis of texts while determining techniques of poetic composition. Students will also learn about the lives of authors and the historical context and how these affected the masterpieces studied. Students are expected to actively participate and contribute to class discussion. They are also expected to do all the exercises assigned daily.

 

*Students must have earned at least 12 credits of Italian language as the course will be instructed in Italian.


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