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Fall 2011 Semester
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Representative works by major twentieth century peninsular writers and philosophers. Informal lectures and class discussions. Reading of fiction, essays, poetry, and drama in English translation. Emphasis on cultural values as expressed through literature.
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Emerging Technology Librarian
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