The course aims to: • deepen the knowledge of modern and contemporary Italian literature • analyze Italian literary texts from a historical, critical, formal and symbolic point of view • use the different orientations of criticism consciously. On successful completion of the module, students should be able to: • read and comment texts of modern and contemporary Italian literature • place the examined works within their historical and critical context • use, in an autonomous way, lexical and stylistic tools in order to analyze the literary texts.
Narrators from Trieste
– I. Svevo, Romanzi e continuazioni (ed. Mondadori)
– U. Saba, Ernesto (ed. Einaudi)
– G. Stuparich, Un anno di scuola (ed. Quodlibet)
– G. Stuparich, L'isola (ed. Quodlibet)
– P.A. Quarantotti Gambini, L'onda dell'incrociatore (ed. Mondadori)
– Anonimo Triestino, Il segreto (ed. Einaudi)
– F. Tomizza, Materada (ed. Bompiani)
– C. Magris, Un altro mare (ed. Garzanti)
– additional readings will be pointed out during lessons
Scheduled lessons: lectures (36 hours)
A detailed syllabus will be provided in e-learning.
Students are required to use correctly the Italian language.
|Anonimo Triestino||Il segreto||Einaudi|
|P.A. Quarantotti Gambini||L'onda dell'incrociatore||Mondadori|
|I. Svevo||Romanzi e continuazioni||Mondadori|
|C. Magris||Un altro mare||Garzanti|
|G. Stuparich||Un anno di scuola||Quodlibet|
Oral examination about all the parts of the course. The examination aims at evaluating the student's knowledge and skills, with special reference to the texts read during lessons.
Erasmus students will be informed about the oral examination during lessons or student office hours.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, and in accordance with the University of Verona guidelines, during the 2020 summer session the assessment modality will be modified as follows: online oral exam.