The Sicilian writers in the Italian literature course

Study abroad in Sicily, Italy Program in Taormina

Sicily boasts two Nobel Prize in Literature recipients and through the centuries has attracted significant numbers of world renowned writers. The Sicilian Writers in the Italian Literature from Pirandello to Camilleri course can be taken in either English or Italian and is offered in both long (semester and quarter programs) and short term (2 to 8 week) programs. Course is also available for graduate credits through Auburn University.

Course code

LI 421 Sicilian Writers in the Italian Literature From Pirandello to Camilleri (taught in English) 
LI 422 Gli Scrittori Siciliani Nella Letteratura Italiana da Pirandello a Camilleri (taught in Italian) 

Course offered during
January Winter Break Study in Sicily, Italy Intersession Programs
Summer Term Study in Sicily, Italy Programs
Semester Study Abroad in Sicily, Italy

Students can enroll in this course or combine this course with a language or other culture courses in a longer study program

INQUIRY FORM

Course Description:

Sicily boasts two Nobel Prize in Literature recipients and through the centuries has attracted significant numbers of world renowned writers. Sicilian Writers in the Italian Literature explores chronologically the literature produced by Sicilian authors representing the rich cultures which have influenced Sicily along with works written by renowned international authors who spent time in Sicily inspired by the island and its unique features. These authors are: Pirandello, Verga, Quasimodo, Camilleri, Sciascia, Tomasi di Lampedusa, Vittorini, De Roberto, Capuana, Consolo, Bufalino, Fava.