What makes this course interesting?

  • Explore Spanish, Latin-American, and U.S. Latino authors and their works from the medieval period to present day. Make thematic connections between texts of various genres and historical periods. Make interdisciplinary connections to the literature of the Spanish-speaking world through art, music, film, history and other academic disciplines
  • Build your Spanish language proficiency through critical reading and analytical writing

Develop your Spanish language proficiency and your cultural understanding through careful reading and critical analysis of literature written in Spanish.

Understand literary works within the contexts of both contemporary and historical cultures of the Spanish-speaking world through the inclusion of art, film and other authentic resources.

AP Spanish Literature and Culture Course and Exam Description (PDF)

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