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A Comparative View Of The Spanish And Portuguese Languages

Author : Pietro Bachi
ISBN : HARVARD:HWR8US
Genre : Portuguese language
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Catalogue Of Books

Author : Henry George Bohn
ISBN : ONB:+Z15719210X
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Spain And Spanish America In The Libraries Of The University Of California The General And Departmental Libraries

Author : California. University. Library
ISBN : UCAL:B3306877
Genre : Latin America
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Cervantes On Don Quixote

Author : Emilio Martínez Mata
ISBN : 3034303521
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Commentary on "Don Quixote" is as universal as affirmations of the novel's importance, yet until now no study has examined what Cervantes said about it. In the prologue to the first half of the work (1605) the self-conscious author, in a tongue-in-cheek dialogue with the reader and an unconventional friend, makes a good number of comments on his own book. In the opening chapters of Part 2 (1615), the same sort of witty evaluation continues with remarks by Sancho Panza, Sanson Carrasco and Don Quixote in a lively and extended conversation focused on what has been said about Part 1 since its publication and how the characters feel about those readings. The present study carefully examines and compares these and other self-reflective passages to clarify the work's successes and failures as interpreted by a privileged reader - the author himself."

Don Quixote

Author : Anne Ludlum
ISBN : 1583423745
Genre : Don Quixote (Fictitious character)
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Situating Existentialism

Author : Jonathan Judaken
ISBN : 9780231147743
Genre : Philosophy
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This anthology provides a history of the systemization and canonization of existentialism, a quintessentially antisystemic mode of thought. Situating existentialism within the history of ideas, it features new readings on the most influential works in the existential canon, exploring their formative contexts and the cultural dialogues of which they were a part. Emphasizing the multidisciplinary and global nature of existential arguments, the chosen texts relate to philosophy, religion, literature, theater, and culture and reflect European, Russian, Latin American, African, and American strains of thought. Readings are grouped into three thematic categories: national contexts, existentialism and religion, and transcultural migrations that explore the reception of existentialism. The volume explains how literary giants such as Dostoevsky and Tolstoy were incorporated into the existentialist fold and how inclusion into the canon recast the work of Kierkegaard and Nietzsche, and it describes the roles played by Jaspers and Heidegger in Germany and the Paris School of existentialism in France. Essays address not only frequently assigned works but also underappreciated discoveries, underscoring their vital relevance to contemporary critical debate. Designed to speak to a new generation's concerns, the collection deploys a diverse range of voices to interrogate the fundamental questions of the human condition.

Poiesis And Modernity In The Old And New Worlds

Author : Anthony J. Cascardi
ISBN : 9780826518347
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This broad-ranging exploration argues that there was a special preoccupation with the nature and limits of poetry in early modern Spain and Europe, as well as especially vigorous poetic activity in this period. Contrary to what one might read in Hegel, the "prosification" of the world has remained an unfinished affair.

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