January 10 - February 18
Best-selling writer Isabel Allende, one of the most widely read Latin American female authors, frames each narrative within an historical context or current event. Her creative process recounts stories in which protagonists explore and endure life’s challenges. Her narrative frequently embraces situations related to social justice and women’s rights, always central to her work and heart. In this course we will explore Allende’s use of magic realism, geographical setting, imagery, word choice, and other stylistic devices in her narrative. Conducted in Spanish by Dr. Lynn McGovern.
Students who matriculate into an Instructor-Facilitated course should adhere to the dates listed on the website. Final coursework should be submitted within one week after the course end date. Course extensions beyond one week are subject to a $50 fee.
Required Texts: (Choose one of the following)
- 60 Professional Development Points: $525
- 3 Graduate Credits:
- PEDD 9115 University of the Pacific: $850
- PDLL 534ID Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU): $925
- EDU 6130 Ashland University: $1050 (register and pay the university directly)