Literatura y arte: Intermediate Spanish / Edition 10

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Overview

Literatura y arte introduces the student to literary works by both Spanish and Spanish-American writers and to the rich and diverse contributions of Hispanic artists to the fine arts. The accompanying exercises also stress the development of reading, writing, and speaking skills and include vocabulary-building and conversational activities.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439084984
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 3/15/2010
  • Series: Intermediate Spanish Series
  • Edition number: 10
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 3.15 (w) x 3.86 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Lynn A. Sandstedt is a native of Colorado and a Ph.D. graduate in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He taught at the University of Northern Colorado for 22 years and served as Chairman of the Foreign Language Department and the Department of Hispanic Studies. He was elected to serve on ACTFL Executive and later was elected to serve as president. He was elected president of the AATSP and several years later was selected to be the executive director. Sandstedt has received several prestigious awards for his work in Foreign Language Education.

Ralph Kite earned a Ph.D. in Ibero-American Studies from the University of New Mexico. He spent several years organizing and directing Peace Corps language training programs at New Mexico and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He continued to pursue interests in different teaching and learning approaches (film, computers, and theater) at the University of Colorado-Boulder, where he served as chair for 10 years.

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Table of Contents

Preface. Introduction. 1. ORÍGENES DE LA CULTURA HISPÁNICA: EUROPA. Literatura: El Conde Lucanor, don Juan Manuel. Arte: La Alambra. Patio de los Leones. Patio de la Acequia, Generalife. Los banos reales. Musica. "Milonga del moro judio", Jorge Drexler. 2. ORÍGENES DE LA CULTURA HISPÁNICA: AMÉRICA. Literatura: Popol Vuh: Las antiguas historias del quiche, Fray Francisco Ximenez. Arte: El arte de los aztecas. Quetzalcoatl, la serpiente emplumada. Guerrero vestido de águila. Cerámica con la figura de Tezcatlipoca. Musica. "Pa' Mayte", Team Underground. 3. LA RELIGIÓN EN EL MUNDO HISPÁNICO. Literatura: Siete poemas religiosas de filosoficos. Poema nahua, Anonimo. Coplas por la muerte de su padre (trozo), Jorge Manrique. Soneto, Anonimo. Sonetos, Sor Juana. Lo fatal, Ruben Dario. Salmo I (trozo), Miguel de Unamuno. Arte: El Greco. El entierro del Conde de Orgaz. El espolio. Vista de Toledo. Musica. "Solo le pido a Dios", Leon Gieco. 4. ASPECTOS DE LA FAMILIA EN EL MUNDO HISPÁNICO. Literatura: Caperucita Roja o Casco Rojo, Beatriz Guido. Arte: Pablo Ruiz Picasso. Madre e hijo. Familia de saltimbanquis. Los primeros pasos. Musica. "El reloj cucu", Maná. 5. EL HOMBRE Y LA MUJER EN LA SOCIEDAD HISPÁNICA. Literatura: Manana de sol, Hermanos Quintero. Arte: Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velásquez. Esopo. La vieja cocinera. La Meninas. Musica. "Un hombre busca a una mujer", Luis Miguel. 6. COSTUMBRES Y CREENCIAS. Literatura: El evangelio segun Marcos, Jorge Luis Borges. Arte: Francisco de Goya y Lucientes. La familia de Carlos IV. Los fusilamientos del 3 de mayo de 1808 en Madrid. Saturno devorando a uno de sus hijos. Musica. "Hijo de la luna", Mecano. 7. ASPECTOS ECONÓMICOS DE HISPANOAMÉRICA. Literatura: Es que somos muy pobres, Juan Rulfo. Arte: Diego Rivera. Escuela al aire libre. Florecimiento de la Revolucion. El triunfo de la Revolucion. Musica. "Ojalá que llueva cafe", Juan Luis Guerra. 8. LOS MOVIMIENTOS REVOLUCIONARIOS DEL SIGLO XX. Literatura: Un dia de estos, Gabriel Garcia Márquez. Arte: Jose Clemente Orozco y David Alfaro Sequeiros. La trinchera. El sollozo. Hombre de fuego. Musica. "Hermano, dame tu mano", Mercedes Sosa. 9. LA EDUCACIÓN EN EL MUNDO HISPÁNICO. Literatura: Memorial de de Tlatelolco, Rosario Castellanos. La noche de Tlatelolco (trozo), Elena Poniatowska. Arte: La Ciudad Universitaria. La Biblioteca Central. El pueblo a la Universidad. Alegoria de Mexico. Musica. Me gustan los estudiantes", Ángel Parra. 10. LA CIUDAD EN EL MUNDO HISPÁNICO. Literatura: Una senora, Jose Donoso. Arte: El arte internacional de la metropoli (Joaquin Torres Garcia, Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren, Alejandro Obregon). El autobus. El Puerto. Amanecer en los Andes. Musica. "No hay marcha en Nueva York", Mecano. 11. LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS Y LO HISPÁNICO. Literatura: Poesia de Nicolás Guillen. Balada de los dos abuelos. Sensemayá. Cronica de Ana Lydia Vega. Un deseo llamado tranvia. Arte: El arte moderno cubano: Mario Carreno, Amelia Peláez, Wifredo Lam. Pescados. Tornado. La manigua (La jungla). Musica. "Ella y el", Ricardo Arjona. 12. LA PRESENCIA HISPÁNICA EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS. Literatura: Cuando era puertorriquena, Esmeralda Santiago. Arte: Santos y santeros. Carreta de la muerte. Adán y Eva. Cristo atado a la columna. Musica. "No me llames extranjero", Rafael Amor. Vocabulario. Credits.

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