Browse Dept. of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese by Subject "Biography"

  • Pancrazio, James J. (1995)
    There is, as Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria has noted an "unstable core" or a "radical and pervasive discord at the center of Carpentier's production" (The Pilgrim at Home 17). In this study, we focus on the notion of instability ...

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  • Rosucci, Gabriella (1995)
    The Pusilipo by Cristobal Suarez de Figueroa had never been studied, nor edited critically, since it was published in 1629.

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  • Kason, Nancy Marie (1983)
    Clemente Palma (1872-1946) is an important, yet little recognized, figure in the transition of Peruvian letters from the derivative forms of Romanticism and Modernism to a truly original, more contemporary expression. ...

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  • Satake, Kenichi (1988)
    En las comedias de capa y espada del capitulo primero, la funcion de las imagenes de luz y oscuridad como el dia y la noche es de causar mayor engano y confusion. Aun dentro de las comedias de un mismo genero, la funcion ...

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  • Almenas, Egberto (1993)
    The late prose style of Jose Marti is studied here chiefly on account of his own theoretical conceptions of history, literature, and art. The thesis intends to rebut interpretative standards that have traditionally overlooked ...

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  • Toby, Jane (1996)
    The writings of Maria Messina, a Sicilian woman writer at the turn of the century, embody a conflictual feminism issuing from conflicts that silenced and immobilized women in the past and created dilemmas for them in their ...

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