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Aproximaciones Al Estudio De La Literatura Hisp Nica

Author: Carmelo Virgillo
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
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More than just an anthology, this text is an introduction to literary analysis with readings from Spanish and Spanish American Literature. Organized by the four genres of prose, poetry, drama, and the essay, the text provides a rich and diverse array of reading selections. Each section is accompanied by an introduction and each reading by headnotes and exercises. McGraw-Hill is also offering The Student Workbook to Accompany Aproximacionesal estudio de la literatura hispánica.


Author: Carlos Fuentes
ISBN: 9783596139880
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Tradition And Innovation

Author: Robert DiAntonio
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 1438401132
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This book studies the rich repository of Latin American Jewish literature, exploring the issues of vanishing traditions along with the subject of assimilation and acculturation. It places in sharp relief the Jewish contribution to the Latin American literary boom. An important aspect of this study is an examination of the contributions of women authors to this field. It studies Jewish life in communities that are little known in either the Jewish or non-Jewish world, worlds unique within the diaspora experience. The book contains critical essays by internationally renowned scholars, along with in-depth interviews with major writers. Contributors include Regina Igel, Florinda Goldberg, Robert DiAntonio, Leonardo Senkman, Naomi Lindstrom, David Foster, Edna Aizenberg, Nora Glickman, Lois Bara, Judith Morganroth Schneider, Murray Baumgarten, Flor Schiminovich, Sandra Cypess, Edward Friedman, Ilan Stavans, Jacobo Sefarmi, and Mario A. Rojas.

Introducci N Al Estudio De La Literatura Hispanoamericana

Author: Juan Carlos Rodríguez
Publisher: Ediciones AKAL
ISBN: 9788476002186
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El presente texto abarca el estudio temático de las producciones escritas desde la Literatura de la Colonia hasta la cubana del presente siglo, pasando por el análisis de las primeras literaturas criollas, la temática del enfrentamiento entre civilización y barbarie, la construcción de las poesías nacionales, la novela sentimental hispanoamericana, la literatura del mestizaje, el modernismo, o la narrativa hispanoamericana, la literatura del mestizaje, el modernismo, o la narrativa hispanoamericana de la independencia a la revolución.

Jesus Im Talmud

Author: Peter Schäfer
Publisher: Mohr Siebeck
ISBN: 9783161502538
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English summary: This is a thorough investigation of the passages about Jesus in the rabbinic literature, mainly in the Babylonian Talmud. In his lucid and accessible book, Peter Schafer examines how the rabbis read and used the New Testament to assert Judaism's superiority over Christianity. The Talmudic texts focus on the virgin birth of Jesus, his behavior as a bad and frivolous disciple, his teachings, the healing capacities Jesus and his disciples possessed, the execution of Jesus and his disciples, and finally his punishment forever in hell. The center of this critique of Jesus and his fate was Babylonia under Sassanian rule, quite in contrast to Palestinian Judaism, which was increasingly threatened by the dominant power of Christianity. German description: In seinem neuesten Buch [Jesus im Talmud] hat Schafer sich nicht nur als ein grossartiger Erforscher antiker und mittelalterlicher judischer Texte erwiesen - das wurde bereits zur Genuge demonstriert -, sondern auch als ein talentierter Autor, aus dessen Handen der Text fliesst wie das Wasser, mit dem die Rabbinen die Torah verglichen haben.Galit Hasan-Rokem in Jewish Quarterly Review 99 (2009), S. 114Schafers faszinierende Studie demonstriert meisterhaft, dass der babylonische Talmud auf christliche Behauptungen uber Jesus von Nazareth antwortet, [...] dass die Uberlieferungen der babylonischen Rabbinen nicht die verqueren Phantasien bornierter Rabbinen [...] sind, sondern faszinierende Rohdiamanten, kurze und oft brutale Meisterstucke, die historische Lektionen von entscheidender Bedeutung mitzuteilen haben.Richard Kalmin in Jewish Quarterly Review 99 (2009), S. 112Nicht zuletzt mit der Klarheit in der Argumentation lost das Buch [a] den Anspruch Schafers, ein allgemeinverstandliches Werk vorzulegen, uberzeugend ein.S.O. in Herder Korrespondenz 62 (2008), S. 269Zudem ist sein Werk - gerade in einer Zeit aufkommenden religiosen Fundamentalismus - auch fur interessierte Laien mit Gewinn zu lesen, bietet es doch Einblicke in die Auseinandersetzungen von Spatantike und Fruhmittelalter, die historisch einzuordnen Aufgabe unserer Zeit ist, damit ein angemessenes Nebeneinander der Religionen erreicht werden kann.Joachim Jeska in Biblische Zeitschrift 52 (2008), S. 297-298

Voces Hisp Nicas Historias Personales

Author: Armando Brito
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages
ISBN: 9780072904185
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This text is designed for Heritage Speakers of Spanish who demonstrate an ability to comprehend and produce Spanish but who lack previous formal instruction in the language. It is a reader that can accompany any primary text for this course, but is coordinated to enhance Nuevos Destinos: Español para hispanohablantes, another text in the Nuevos Destinos series.

Developing Minority Language Resources

Publisher: Multilingual Matters Limited
ISBN: 9781853598982
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This book documents ongoing language shift to English among Latino professionals in California. It then describes current instructional practices used in the teaching of Spanish as an academic subject at the high school and university levels to 'heritage' language students who, although educated entirely in English, acquired Spanish at home as a first language. It specifically examines the potential contribution of these instructional practices to the maintenance of Spanish.