And how has the power-violence relation been problematized through art? This will be a highly conceptual course whose goal will be to review master? The language of instruction for this course is English. Students will have the choice to write a series of short papers or one long paper. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged. Subject to change.
Please refer to InsideND for the most up-to-date, accurate information. Heller This core course will provide students with a hands-on introduction-in Spanish-to the analysis of literary texts from a variety of genres and eras. It will also provide the elements of literary and cultural theory that are key to success in the profession of Hispanic Studies.
By the end of the course students should: 1 - understand formalist as well as other approaches to the reading of literary texts, with an emphasis on Hispanic literary and cultural texts in particular; 2 - comprehend the basics of modern literary theory and criticism, and understand the unique contribution of critics and theorists from Latin American and the Iberian peninsula; and-3 - be able to formulate research questions and carry out a major research project in the field of Hispanic literary studies.
The course will focus on basic concepts of hermeneutics, linguistics and the theory of signs, literary history, cultural studies, as well as key approaches to reading poetry, narrative, drama, film and other cultural objects. Special topics at instructors' discretion may also include issues of gender, sexuality, race, disability, cultural and national identity, translation, colonialism and neocolonialism, memory and trauma, etc.
Students will also receive a practical introduction to bibliographical research and management of search and information tools.
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Temos tido muito trabalho, para termos uma creada. Agora teem? Temos, mas nao a her teremos por muito tempo.
Nao tendo ordem para la ires, teras de to ficar em casa. Exercise, Have you some fruit, my friend? I have none. She has the sugar. They have the milk. We had the cheese. You had the butter. I shall have eggs. He will have tea. We shall have a pudding. You will have a pie. They had no potatoes. He has had pepper and salt.
Had you some wine? Will you have butter and cheese? I shall have bread and meat. The boy has -soup and meat.
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I shall have no poultry, but I shall have game. Your horse will have bread and brandy. Shall you have a duck? My daughter would have a glass of milk. If you had money, you would have chocolate. Whenever we are to have money, we shall have everything we want fludo quanta precisarmos. Que temos nos nesta msa? Terao os rapazes pao e leite? Nao teve V- queijo esta manha?
Nao terei eu carne de boi e vinho para o meu jantar?
Onde tern a sua penna e a caneta? Nao teve ainda caldo com arroz? Temos uma penna, tinta e papel. Nao, elles terao pao e agua. Nao, eu tive manteiga. Nao, tu teras um pastel e cerveja. Tenho-as them na minha gave"ta. Ainda nao not yet , mas eu tive um copo de leite. Teria o meu amigo escripto Teria, sim, senhor. Mas ha uma carta, se tivesse tido muito que nao tenho tido tempo? Oral exercises to be done on the subject, as indicated in the preceding lessons.
Fourth Lesson. Licjao quarta. The Auxiliary Verb ser and the Adjective. The verb ser to be.
Participio imperfeito: sendo ['senduj. Eu sou [sou] I am nos somos f'somuf] we are tu es [sf] thou art vos sois ['sotf] you are elle, ella e he, I you are elles, ellas sao [svu] they she, it is j you are. Eu era ['srv] I was nos eramos we were tu eras thou wast elle, ella era he she, was vos ereis you were you were elles, ellas eram they you were. Eu fui 1 f'fui] I was or have nds fomos ['fomufj 'if] tu foste ['foftd] elles, ellas for am f'forvu]. Eu tenho sido ['sidu] I have been tu tens sido you have been, etc.
Eu tinha sido I had been, etc. Eu serei [sd'rvi] I shall be nos seremos [sd'remufj we tu seras [sd'raf] you will be shall be elle, ella serd [s9'ra] he, vos sereis [sd 'rmfj you will be she, it, you will be, etc. Futuro perfeito. Eu terei sido I shall have been, etc. Conditional imperfeito. Eu seria [sd f riu] I should be, nos seriamos [so'rivmuj] tu serias etc. Conditional perfeito.
Eu teria sido I should have been, etc. Eu seja ['svgv] I be, etc. Infinitivo pessoal. Eu ser tu seres elle ser nds sermos vos serdes elles, ellas serem Imperative. The Portuguese adjective follows, as already mentioned, the same rules of inflexion as the substan- tive with which it consequently agrees in gender and number.
It is the same as for the demonstrative, pos- sessive, and indefinite adjectives, and the ordinal numbers, which are all considered adjectives.
Also the cardinal numbers um and dois have a different form for the feminine cf. There are adjectives, denominated uniforms, which have only one form for both genders.
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This class embraces those ending by -e, -I, -ar, -as, -iz, , -im, -ea and -6, and those ending by -s in syllable not accen- tuated. Exceptions: este, esse, aquelle, mestre chief e. The place of the Portuguese qualifying ad- jective is for the most part after the noun as for those denoting colour, form, dimension, nationality, religion; while the demonstrative, possessive, and indefinite ad- jectives precede the noun. Eu sou velho. Tu es muito novo. Elle 6 um homem ruim.