SPA354H1: Parody and Comedy in Early Modern Spanish Literature


Parody and comedy as interrelated literary forms that create humour through conventional character types, the play of language, self-conscious imitation, and the relationship of parodic works to canonical intertexts. Considerations of humour as a response to social anxieties in early modern Spain. Analysis of poems, plays and short prose narratives by representative authors; Garcilaso, Góngora, Quevedo, Tirso de Molina, Cervantes.

SPA120Y1/ SPA220Y1/ SPA219Y1/ SPA258H1. Students who do not meet the requirements are encouraged to contact the Department.
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