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FA-52757-06
Narrative Culture in Spain, c. 1500
Ignacio Navarrete, University of California, Berkeley

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Undergraduate course: Spanish Frame Tales (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Undergraduate course: Spanish Frame Tales
Author: Ignacio Navarrete
Abstract: The course examined Spanish frame tales, including both the Medieval tradition with its roots in Arabic and Jewish literature, and the Renaissance tradition with roots in Boccaccio and Italy.
Year: 2012
Audience: Undergraduate

Spanish graduate seminar: Spatial Approaches to narrative (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: Spanish graduate seminar: Spatial Approaches to narrative
Author: Ignacio Navarrete
Abstract: A survey of Spanish literature from Calila y Dimna and Cifar (13th c.) to Cela's La Colmena, emphasizing spatial metaphors that can be used to analyze and describe the narrative techniques, including frames and chains (Calila), loops (Cifar), labyrinths, (Don Quijote), Maps and houses (Galdos), and refractions (Cela).
Year: 2013
Audience: Graduate


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