Temas: Invitacion a la literatura hispanica / Edition 1

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Overview

Spanning the fifteenth century to the present, this anthology features a thematic approach to the study of literature. The text includes 78 works from Spain and Latin America, and it incorporates all major genres, except the novel. Each reading is supported by a brief biographical note on the author, comprehension questions, and topics for discussion or composition. End-of-unit sections synthesize the unit theme through comparative analysis of specific works.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780395536889
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 10/28/1993
  • Edition description: Spanish Language Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Note: Each unit begins with Introduction to Theme and Overview of Unit. I. Amor 1. ¿Que es el amor? Lope de Vega, Soneto (poetry) Antonio Machado, Todo amor es fantasia...(poetry) Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, De las Rimas (poetry) Pedro Salinas, Para vivir no quiero... (poetry) 2. La carta de amor Elena Poniatowska, El recado (fiction) Antonio Machado, De las cartas de amor...a "Guiomar" (letter) 3. Pasion y amor no correspondido Miguel de Cervantes, De La Galatea (fiction) Vicente Aleixandre, El amor iracundo (poetry) Rosalia de Castro, Te amo...¿Por que me odias? (poetry) Silvina Ocampo, La paciente y el medico (fiction) Emilia Pardo Bazán, Casualidad (fiction) 4. Ruptura Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, De las Rimas (poetry) Maria Mercedes Carranza, Oda al amor (poetry) Idea Vilarino, Ya no (poetry) Pablo Neruda, Puedo escribir los versos más tristes... (poetry) 5. La union espiritual Santa Teresa de Jesus, Vivo sin vivir en mi (poetry) San Juan de la Cruz, En una noche oscura (poetry) Anonimo, A Cristo crucificado (poetry) 6. Los encuentros de Calisto y Melibea Fernando de Rojas, La Celestina (Los encuentros de Calisto y Melibea) (drama) II. Convivencia y soledad 1. Parejas Maria Luisa Bombal, El árbol (fiction) Claribel Alegria, Y sone que era un árbol (poetry) Julio Cortázar, Casa tomada (fiction) Gabriel Garcia Márquez, La mujer que llegaba a las seis (fiction) 2. Hijos y padres Juan Rulfo, ¿No oyes ladrar los perros? (fiction) Gonzalo Rojas, Carbon (poetry) Sara Gallardo, Calle Cangallo (fiction) Mercedes Valdivieso, La brecha (fiction) Judith Martinez Ortega, Parto (fiction) Angela Figuera Aymerich, Rubio y Sueno (poetry) 3. La soledad Rosario Castellanos, Jornada de la soltera (poetry) Carmen Martin Gaite, Tendrá que volver (fiction) Anonimo, Romance del prisionero (poetry) Luis Cernuda, Nocturno yanqui (poetry) 4. La calle Nicanor Parra, Un hombre (poetry) Julio Ramon Ribeyro, La insignia (fiction) 5. La casa de Bernarda Alba Federico Garcia Lorca, La casa de Bernarda Alba (drama) III. Muerte 1. Vida y muerte Garcilaso de la Vega, Soneto XXIII (poetry) Luis de Gongora, Soneto CLXVI (poetry) Francisco de Quevedo, Soneto (poetry) Jorge Guillen, Resumen y Una sola vez (poem) Nancy Morejon, Tata ante la muerte de don Pablo (poetry) Octavio Paz, De El laberinto de la soledad (essay) 2. Presentimientos Francisco de Quevedo, Salmo XVII (poetry) Federico Garcia Lorca, Cancion de jinete y Despedida (poetry) Rosalia de Castro, Sintiendose acabar con el estio... (poetry) Horacio Quiroga, El almohadon de plumas (fiction) 3. Elegias Fernando de Rojas, La Celestina (La muerte de Melibea) (drama) Federico Garcia Lorca, Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejias (poetry) Jose Martinez Queirolo, Requiem por la lluvia (poetry) IV. Cosas y paisaje 1. Paisajes Mario Hernández, Tannkas del mar y los bosques (poetry) Juan Rulfo, Luvina (fiction) Antonio Machado, A Jose Maria Palacio (poetry) 2. Objetos Jorge Luis Borges, Las cosas (poetry) Angel Crespo, Los pequenos objetos (poetry) Silvina Ocampo, Los objetos (fiction) Pablo Neruda, Walking Around (poetry) Ramon Gomez de la Serna, Greguerias (poetry) 3. Flora y fauna Antonio Machado, Las moscas (poetry) Jose de Acosta, La coca (essay) Ventura Garcia Calderon, Coca (fiction) Pablo Neruda, Oda al tomate (poetry) Antonio Machado, A un olmo seco (poetry) V. Expresion literaria 1. Manifiestos Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, Resena de La soledad (essay) Juan Ramon Jimenez, El poetrya (poetry) Vicente Huidobro, Arte poetica (poetry) Nicanor Parra, Manifiesto (poetry) 2. Las palabras y las cosas Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, De las Rimas (poetry) Cristina Peri Rossi, Las avenidas de la lengua (fiction) Jose Emilio Pacheco, H &C (poetry) Salvador Elizondo, Sistema de Babel (fiction) 3. Escritura y lectura Alejandra Pizarnik, En esta noche, en este mundo (poetry) Lope de Vega, Soneto (poetry) Salvador Elizondo, El grafografo (essay) Julio Cortázar, Continuidad de los parques (fiction) Jorge Luis Borges, La busca de Averroes (fiction) Chronological Listing of Authors with Countries Glossary of Literary Terms Index

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