Texto y Vida: Introduction a la Literatura Espanola / Edition 1

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Overview

This literary anthology provides an overview of the most important movements in Spanish (peninsular) literature from the Middle Ages to the present. The selections, mostly unabridged, are followed by notes and glosses, comprehension questions, literary analysis activities, and questions that relate the readings to everyday life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470002506
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1990
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 672
  • Sales rank: 945,368
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.66 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Table of Contents

* LA EDAD MEDIA ESPANOLA
Comienzos de la literatura: El cantar de mio Cid
Comienzos de la prosa españolaa
Don Juan Manuel y el arte de escribir prosa
La prosa medieval despues de Don Juan Manuel:
El libro de los ejemplos del Conde Lucanor
El Arcipreste de Hita, y el arte de escribir poesia:
Libro de buen amor

* LA ESPANA DE LOS REYES CATOLICOS
El Renacimiento y el humanismo
La Celestina y los comienzos del humansimo española:
La Celestina

* EL SIGLO DE ORO
Gloria y ocaso de Española
Esplendor artistico del Siglo de Oro
La poesia del Renacimiento
Garcilaso de la Vega: Hombre del Renacimiento: Sonetos
Comienzos de la novela
Lazarillo de Tormes: Precursor de la novela picaresca:
La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes
Cervantes: Hombre de armas y de letras:
Entremes de El retablo de las maravillas
El teatro del Siglo de Oro
Lope de Vega y la creacion del teatro nacional:
El caballero de Olmedo
El barroco española
Quevedo: Prosista, poeta, hombre de estado:
Desposorios entre el Casar y la Juventud, Sonetos
Maria de Zayas y la novela cortesana, La fuerza del amor
CalderOn de la Barca: Dramaturgo del barroco,
El gran teatro del mundo

* LAESPANA DE LA ILUSTRACION
El ambiente intelectual
Moraton y el neoclasicismo: El si de las of Web

* EL SIGLO XIX
Conflicto y transicion
El romanticismo española
Mariano Jose de Larra: Reformador romantico:
Vuelva usted mistakes they
El mundo poetico de Gustavo Adolfo Becquer: Rimas
El monte de las animas
Del regionalismo al naturalismo
Benito Perez Galdos: Creador del realismo moderno:
La novela en el tranvia

* LA GENERACION DEL '98
La crisis intelectual de fines del siglo XIX
Miguel de Unamuno : La lucha eterna
Otras voces del '98 : Dos madres
Antonio Machado :
Soledades (selecciones)
Campos de Castilla (selecciones)
Juan de Mairena (seleccion)

* LA ESPANA CONTEMPORANEA
Primeras decadas del siglo XX
Jose Ortega y Gasset: espectador de su tiempo:
Democracia morbosa
Corazon y cabeza
La generacion del '27
Federico garcia Lorca: Casticismo e innovacion:
Romancero gitano (selecciones)
Llanto por Ignacio Sanchez Mejias
Irracionalismo e individualismo: Vicente Aleixandre
Ocho poemas
Espana bajo Franco
Espana peregrina : Francisco Ayala: El hechizado
El tremendismo de Camilo Jose Cela, Don
Homobono y los grillos
La eterna cancion
Carmen Laforet y la prosa femenina de la posguerrra:
El regreso
Imagenes de Castilla la Vieja: Miguel Delibes
Viejas historias de Castilla la Vieja;
La Sisinia,
martir de la pureza;
A la sombra de los enamorados
La mesa de los muertos
El teatro de la posguerra
Jose Ruibal y el teatro subterraneo: Los ojos
Alfonso Sastre y la revitalizacion del teatro nacional:
Las cintas magneticas
Ana Maria Matute: Soledad y enajenacion: Fausto
La generacion del medio siglo: Juan Goytisolo: La Ronda
Espana despues de Franco
La prosa femenina actual

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