Aproximaciones al estudio de la literatura hispanica / Edition 6

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Overview

More than just an anthology,this text is an introduction to literary analysis with readings from Spanish and Spanish American Literature. Organized by the four genres of prose,poetry,drama,and the essay,the text provides a rich and diverse array of reading selections. Each section is accompanied by an introduction and each reading by headnotes and exercises.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780073513157
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 10/5/2007
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 6
  • Pages: 468
  • Sales rank: 909,511
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Carmelo Virgillo (Ph.D , Indiana University, Bloomington) is Professor Emeritus of Romance Languages at Arizona State University, Tempe, where he taught Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian at the undergraduate and graduate levels from 1965 to 1993. In addition to serving as coordinator of Portuguese and Hispanic literature, he directed Arizona State University's programs in Florence and Siena, Italy (1982 and 1990). He was also book review editor of the Latin American Digest. His publications include Correspondência de Machado de Assis com Magalhães de Azeredo (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Instituto Nacional do Livro Ministério da Educação y Cultura, 1969), Woman as Myth and Metaphor in Latin American Literature with Naomi E. Lindstrom (Columbus University of Missouri Press, 1985), and Blbliografía analítico-descritiva de Henriqueta Lisboa (Rio de Janeiro: José Olympia Editora, 1992). He also authored and co-authored numerous articles and essays on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish, Spanish-American, and Brazilian literature. In addition, he was a contributor to the Suplemento literário do Minas Gerais (Belo Horizonte, MG, Brazil). The recipient of several nominations for excellence in teaching, he has been cited by the Italian Ministry of Education for his career-long development of and contributions to the promotion of Italian studies in the United States. He is currently researching a new book on Hispanic civilization.

Edward H. Friedman (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University) is Chancellor’s Professor of Spanish and Professor of Comparative Literature at Vanderbilt University. His primary field of research is early modern Spanish literature, with special emphasis on picaresque narrative, the writings of Cervantes, and the Comedia. He also has worked widely in contemporary narrative and drama. His books include Cervantes in the Middle: Realism and Reality in the Spanish Novel (2006), The Unifying Concept: Approaches to the Structure of Cervantes Comedias, The Antiheroine’s Voice: Narrative Discourse and Transformations of the Picaresque, Wit’s End: An Adaptation of Lope de Vega’s La dama boba (performed by Vanderbilt University Theatre as part of its 2006-2007 season). He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Fulbright Scholar Program, and the National Humanities Center. He is editor of the Bulletin of the Comediantes and has served as president of the Cervantes Society of America. Nominated by Brigham Young University, he was selected for the Sigma Delta Pi "Orden de Don Quijote" Award in 2005. The recipient of teaching awards at Arizona State University and Indiana University, he was presented the Jeffrey Nordhaus Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching at Vanderbilt in 2006.

L. Teresa Valdivieso (Ph.D. 1975) is Professor Emerita of Spanish at Arizona State University. In her many years at Arizona State, she has been Director of Graduate Studies, Coordinator of the Spanish Section, Director of the Center for Latin American Studies, Chair of the Arizona State University Education Abroad Committee, organizer and chair of the Undergraduate Committee, member of the Dean’s Faculty Advisory Council, and of the Language Articulation Task Force. She also was Visiting Professor at Middlebury College, Lecturer at the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara (Mexico) and the Universitat de Barcelona (Spain). She is the author of España: Bibliografía de un teatro silenciado, Negocios y comunicaciones, and co-author of Studia Hispanica Medievalia, La mujer hispana en el mundo: sus triunfos y sus retos, Voces y textos literarios del Ecuador, and most recently Presencia de la mujer hispana (2004), and Madrid en la literatura y las artes (2006). She is a founding-member and past president of the Asociación de Literatura Femenina Hispánica, vice-president of the Asociación Hispánica de Humanidades, senior bibliographer of the Modern Language Association, and recently elected vice-president of Spanish Professionals in America. She continues to teach at Arizona State University. In 1980 she was the recipient of the Dean’s Award for excellence in teaching; in 2002 she received the Outstanding Faculty Committee to Teaching and Learning Award, and in 2007 has been awarded the title of Honors Disciplinary Faculty.

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Table of Contents

Indice general
PrefaceINTRODUCCION La literatura como arte y fenómeno estético El autor y su obra frente al público: implicaciones socioculturalesLA NARRATIVA Introducción a la narrativa Práctica Panorama histórico y categorías fundamentales Práctica El cuento: Guía general para el lector La novela: Guía para el lector de San Manuel Bueno, mártirLecturas Don Juan Manuel (España): «Lo que sucedió a un mozo que casó con una muchacha de muy mal carácter» Ricardo Palma (Perú): «La camisa de Margarita» Emilia Pardo Bazán (España): «Las medias rojas» Teresa de la Parra (Venezuela): «Blanca Nieves y Compañía» Jorge Luis Borges (Argentina): «El etnógrafo» Julio Cortázar (Argentina): «La noche boca arriba» Juan Rulfo (México): «No oyes ladrar los perros» Ana María Matute (España): «Pecado de omisión» Marco Denevi (Argentina): «El dios de las moscas» Gabriel García Márquez (Colombia): «La mujer que llegaba a las seis» Elena Poniatowska (México): «El recado» Cristina Peri Rossi (Uruguay): «El Museo de los Esfuerzos Inútiles» Isabel Allende (Chile): «La mujer del juez» Miguel de Unamuno (España): San Manuel Bueno, mártirLA POESIA Introducción a la poesía Práctica El lenguaje literario Práctica Panorama histórico y categorías fundamentales Práctica La poesía: Guía general para el lectorLecturas Anónimo (España):
  • «El Enamorado y la Muerte»
  • «Romance del conde Arnaldos» Garcilaso de la Vega (España):
  • «Soneto XI»
  • «Soneto XXIII» Santa Teresa de Jesús (España):
  • «Vivo sin vivir en mí»
  • «Nada te turbe» San Juan de la Cruz (España):
  • «Llama de amor viva»
  • «Noche oscura» Luis de Góngora (España):
  • «Soneto CIII»
  • «Soneto CLXVI» Francisco de Quevedo (España):
  • «Amante agradecido a las lisonjas mentirosas de un sueño»
  • «¡Ah de la vida!» Lope de Vega (España):
  • Rimas sacras: «XVIII»
  • Rimas humanas: «CXCI» Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz (México):
  • «A su retrato»
  • «A una rosa» José de Espronceda (España):
  • «Canción del pirata»
  • «Soneto» Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda (Cuba):
  • «Al partir»
  • «A Él» Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer (España):
  • «Rima XI»
  • «Rima LIII» José Martí (Cuba):
  • «Si ves un monte de espumas»
  • «Dos patrias» José Asunción Silva (Colombia):
  • «Los maderos de San Juan»
  • «Nocturno III» Rubén Darío (Nicaragua):
  • «El cisne»
  • «Canción de otoño en primavera» Amado Nervo (México):
  • «La pregunta»
  • «Si Tú me dices “¡Ven!”» Antonio Machado (España): Proverbios y cantares:
  • «Poema XXIX»
  • «La saeta» Juan Ramón Jiménez (España):
  • «Yo no soy yo»
  • «Vino, primero, pura» Gabriela Mistral (Chile):
  • «Meciendo»
  • «Yo no tengo soledad» César Vallejo (Perú):
  • «Yuntas»
  • «El momento más grave de la vida» Vicente Huidobro (Chile):
  • «Arte poética»
  • «La capilla aldeana» (fragmento) Juana de Ibarbourou (Uruguay):
  • «La higuera»
  • «Rebelde» Federico García Lorca (España):
  • «Canción de jinete»
  • «Prendimiento de Antoñito el Camborio en el camino de Sevilla» Luis Palés Matos (Puerto Rico):
  • «Danza negra»
  • «El gallo» Nicolás Guillén (Cuba):
  • «Sensemayá (Canto para matar a una culebra)»
  • «No sé por qué piensas tú» Pablo Neruda (Chile):
  • «La infinita
  • «Oda al tomate» Gloria Fuertes (España):
  • «Sale caro ser poeta»
  • «Mis mejores poemas» Octavio Paz (México):
  • «El sediento»
  • «Cifra» Ernesto Cardenal (Nicaragua):
  • «Epigramas» Ángel González (España):
  • «Cumpleaños de amor»
  • «Ciudad cero» Ana María Fagundo (España):
  • «Letanía»
  • «Trinos» Nancy Morejón (Cuba):
  • «Renacimiento»
  • «Mujer Negra»EL DRAMA Introducción al drama Práctica Panorama histórico y categorías fundamentales Práctica El drama: Guía general para el lectorLecturas Jacinto Benavente (España): El nietecito Osvaldo Dragún (Argentina): Historia del hombre que se convirtió en perro Sergio Vodanović (Chile): El delantal blanco Griselda Gambaro (Argentina): Antígona furiosa Paloma Pedrero (España): Resguardo personal Federico García Lorca (España): La casa de Bernarda AlbaEL ENSAYO Introducción al ensayo Práctica Panorama histórico y categorías fundamentales Práctica El ensayo: Guía general para el lectorLecturas Mariano José de Larra (España): «Vuelva usted mañana» Ezequiel Martínez Estrada (Argentina): «Estaciones de descanso» Arturo Uslar Pietri (Venezuela): «Notas sobre el vasallaje» Eva Perón (Argentina): «Los obreros y yo» Rosario Castellanos (México): «Y las madres, ¿qué opinan?» Rosario Ferré (Puerto Rico): «La autenticidad de la mujer en el arte»Apéndice 1: El ensayo críticoApéndice 2: Clasificación de los versos según el número de sílabasApéndice 3: Términos literarios y paraliterarios relacionados con el texto
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