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Diario de Platero y Yo.
Author: Juan Ramon Jimenez
Publisher: Alejandro's Libros
ISBN: 1492954039
Pages: 174
Year: 2013-10-11
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La edición de Platero y Yo que hemos publicado bajo el título de Diario de Platero y Yo contiene las ediciones original (63 capítulos) y la segunda que le suma otros 75, para un total de 138. La primera versión fue publicada en Madrid por La Lectura, en el año 1914, en su Biblioteca de Juventud; posteriormente en 1917 la edición completa reordenada salió al la luz a través de Calleja, también en la capital de España, como parte de las Obras de Juan Ramón Jiménez. Esta obra del autor Premio Nobel de Literatura nos recuerda la infancia por su carácter limpio y bello que siempre anhelamos tener en la memoria; como lleno de una inocencia poética que en medio de la melancolía nos alegra el alma por sus cualidades de pureza y lealtad y amor a la franqueza y hermandad entre aquellos que respiramos. Poema e introducción al libro por Atidem Aroha. Editorial Alejandro’s Libros.
CIEN AÑOS DE PLATERO Y YO
Author: NAVARRO , ELOY, GONZÁLEZ , SOLEDAD
Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva
ISBN: 841687221X
Pages: 474
Year: 2017-03-17
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El volumen recoge las contribuciones presentadas al Simposio ?Cien años de Platero y yo (1914-2014)?, celebrado en noviembre de 2014 en Moguer, Huelva y La Rábida. Por tratarse de una obra que ha trascendido su carácter de texto literario para convertirse en fenómeno social, cultural y educativo de resonancia universal, los trabajos abordan un amplio repertorio de temas desde una gran variedad de perspectivas. El trasfondo histórico y biográfico de los personajes mencionados en la obra, el coleccionismo del que han sido objeto sus distintas ediciones; la presencia en la enseñanza y en la literatura infantil o su difusión y recepción en otras lenguas, son algunos de los temas que tratados en los distintos trabajos, que hay que añadir a los que abordan el estudio específicamente literario de Platero y yo desde un punto de vista estético o ideológico. Todos ellos dan fe, en definitiva, de la extraordinaria complejidad que subyace a la aparente sencillez de su prosa poética.
The Publishers' Trade List Annual
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Year: 1973
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Platero y yo
Author: Juan Ramón Jiménez
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ISBN: 8473931025
Pages: 261
Year: 1982
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Biblioteca de autores españoles
Author: Bonaventura Carles Aribau
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Pages: 690
Year: 1876
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Desde la formación del lenguaje hasta nuestros días.
Comedias de Don Pedro Calderón de la Barca, 2 (Biblioteca Autores Españoles, 9)
Author: Pedro Calderón de la Barca
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Year: 1849
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Juan Ramón Jiménez a través de su biblioteca
Author: Soledad González Ródenas
Publisher: Universidad de Sevilla
ISBN: 8447208664
Pages: 315
Year: 2005
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Este estudio sobre la Biblioteca de Juan Ramón Jiménez es de extraordinaria utilidad, debido a que posee una extensa bibliografía y abundantes datos que ofrecen luz a cuestiones pendientes de resolver, además acompaña una tabla comparativa de las fuentes francesas e inglesas de sus obras.
La utopía de América
Author: Pedro Henríquez Ureña, Angel Rama
Publisher: Fundacion Biblioteca Ayacuch
ISBN: 8466000011
Pages: 503
Year: 1989
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Carmen Conde
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Publisher: Ediciones Tres Fronteras
ISBN: 8496411265
Pages: 286
Year: 2007
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La Tribuna: Translated with Commentary
Author: Emilia Pardo Bazan (condesa de)
Publisher: Aris & Phillips Hispanic Classics
ISBN: 1786940256
Pages: 442
Year: 2017-07-31
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Emilia Pardo Bazan was born in the Galician town of A Coruna into a noble family who nurtured her lifelong thirst for knowledge. She is undoubtedly the most controversial, influential and prolific Spanish female writer of the nineteenth century, publishing a vast number of essays, social commentaries, articles, reviews, poems, plays, novels, novellas and short stories. Her third novel, La Tribuna, heralds a new age in Spanish literature, a naturalist work of fiction that examines the situation of contemporary women workers. The author's preparation for the novel involved reading and consulting contemporary pamphlets and newspapers, as well as spending two months in a Galician tobacco factory observing and listening to conversations. This method, common in English writers like Dickens and frequently adopted in France by the masters of Realism, was almost unprecedented in Spain. Set against a background of turmoil and civil unrest, La Tribuna reflects the author's interest in the position of women in Spanish society. The working-class heroine, Amparo, develops from a shapeless, apolitical street urchin into a masterpiece of femininity, a charismatic orator who becomes a 'tribune' of the people. At the same time, however, she allows herself to be seduced by a prosperous middle-class youth whose promises prove to be just as empty as the revolutionary slogans in which she believes so fervently.
Platero and I
Author: Juan Ramón Jiménez
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292788592
Pages: 218
Year: 2010-07-05
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This lyric portrait of life—and the little donkey, Platero—in a remote Andalusian village is the masterpiece of Juan Ramón Jiménez, the Spanish poet awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize for Literature.
The History and Adventures of the Renowned Don Quixote
Author: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820324302
Pages: 942
Year: 2003
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"Smollett's Don Quixote first appeared in 1755 and was for many years the most popular English-language version of Cervantes's masterpiece. However, soon after the start of the nineteenth century, its reputation began to suffer. Rival translators, literary hucksters, and careless scholars initiated or fed a variety of charges against Smollett - even plagiarism. For almost 130 years no publisher risked reprinting it.".
Libros españoles en venta
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ISBN: 8474839971
Pages: 24113
Year: 1994
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Spanish books in print in three volumes: authors, titles and subjects.
Escritos de Santa Teresa, 1 (Biblioteca Autores Españoles, 53)
Author: Teresa de Jesús
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Pages: 538
Year: 1877
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The Book of Lost Books
Author: Stuart Kelly
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0307432009
Pages: 368
Year: 2007-12-18
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In an age when deleted scenes from Adam Sandler movies are saved, it’s sobering to realize that some of the world’s greatest prose and poetry has gone missing. This witty, wry, and unique new book rectifies that wrong. Part detective story, part history lesson, part exposé, The Book of Lost Books is the first guide to literature’s what-ifs and never-weres. In compulsively readable fashion, Stuart Kelly reveals details about tantalizing vanished works by the famous, the acclaimed, and the influential, from the time of cave drawings to the late twentieth century. Here are the true stories behind stories, poems, and plays that now exist only in imagination: ·Aristophanes’ Heracles, the Stage Manager was one of the playwright’s several spoofs that disappeared. ·Love’s Labours Won may have been a sequel to Shakespeare’s Love’s Labours Lost–or was it just an alternative title for The Taming of the Shrew? ·Jane Austen’s incomplete novel Sanditon, was a critique of hypochondriacs and cures started when the author was fatally ill. ·Nikolai Gogol burned the second half of Dead Souls after a religious conversion convinced him that literature was paganism. ·Some of the thousand pages of William Burroughs’s original Naked Lunch were stolen and sold on the street by Algerian street boys. ·Sylvia Plath’s widower, Ted Hughes, claimed that the 130 pages of her second novel, perhaps based on their marriage, were lost after her death. Whether destroyed (Socrates’ versions of Aesop’s Fables), misplaced (Malcolm Lowry’s Ultramarine was pinched from his publisher’s car), interrupted by the author’s death (Robert Louis Stevenson’s Weir of Hermiston), or simply never begun (Vladimir Nabokov’s Speak, America, a second volume of his memoirs), these missing links create a history of literature for a parallel world. Civilized and satirical, erudite yet accessible, The Book of Lost Books is itself a find. From the Hardcover edition.