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The study concludes with a selective bibliography of secondary sources treating Borges’s narrative techniques and a quick-reference index to all the stories discussed.
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It is, therefore, not surprising that he employs nontraditional patterns to describe that reality. Borges was fluent in several languages.
Combined, these papers underscore the complexity of medieval literature that literary manuals seldom suggest. Regrettably, the book provides no index of topics treated. On the other hand, I find La malasangre a particularly good selection to represent the work of such an important playwright as Gambaro, who, outside of a small group of specialists, is often known only for her early El campo.
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Manuel da Costa Fontes deals with two Portuguese folk tales which are still alive in the oral tradition and which, he concludes, were also known by Fernando de Rojas and by Cervantes.
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Sono cose che non sopporto. Maja appears in a dialogue, but no meaning or translation is given. And it is an interesting insight to link verbs that always carry the reflexive pronoun, such as quejarseatreversewith a verb like suicidarse that is explicitly reflexive. Grammar topics have been carefully chosen and limited, and include, for example, the present, the present progressive, the preterite and imperfect, formal commands, present subjunctive, and the essential pronouns.
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Based on the three texts reviewed, it appears that there is a lack of editorial policy from the standpoint of the publisher. Manuel Criado de Val. The volume concludes with a brief, two-essay segment on the oral literary tradition in Mexico. Mackenzie pays particular attention to two key preoccupations of the Calderonian dramatists, recasting and collaboration.
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Applying different methods, Joanna Courteau and Angel Loureiro show that Rosalia’s poetic texts question the subject-object opposition and the whole notion of the text itself. La intriga secundaria en el teatro de Lope de Vega.
Seldomly do philosophers pause to recapitulate or integrate their previous books. En las palabras de Adrien Roig: Eternal Curse on the Reader of These Pages makes the erasure motif a central theme.
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The boy, terrified of the brutality around him, imitates the chameleon and adopts the coloration of his surroundings in order to fade into the background and escape his father’s wrath. Concentrating only on salient essays in each section, we call attention to two of the plenary sessions.
May 02, Mateo R. Antelo’s comments on the author’s and Murilo Mendes’ pastiches of Brazilian history. Those assigned books for review will receive a stylesheet and a statement of editorial policy.