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SPAN 336 - Survey of Latin American Literature: Internet Sources

LibGuide for SPAN 336 - Study of the evolution of Latin American literature. Provides students with the opportunity to read, analyze, discuss and write about seminal works by representative writers from each literary movement and genre.

Spanish Writers

Gabriel García Márquez

Other Latin American Authors From the Biblioteca Virtual - Miguel de Cervantes
a digital collection of Spanish-language texts and literature from Spain and Latin America.
(This link takes you to the translated version - NOTE: translations are approximate - see link to the original version on the right)

 

What About Internet Sources?

These internet sources are a variety of links both selected by the Modern Languages liaison and those request by Modern Languages faculty. To request an internet link please contact the Modern Languages librarian liaison, Gaylord Robb at ggrobb@salisbury.edu to do so.

Latin American/Spanish Literature Resources

Newspapers and News Websites and Databases

Dictionaries & Conjugation Websites

Citing Sources

Miscellaneous Language and Linguistics Sites