Obra reunida de Patricia Shaw Literatura renacentista

Esta técnica , como vimos , puede de hecho desarmar al espectador : la
franqueza con que expone , por ejemplo , el Caballero Negro todos sus
maquiavélicos proyectos atenúa en cierta medida su maldad , y , desde luego ,
dota a las ...

Author: Patricia Shaw Fairman

Publisher: Universidad de Oviedo

ISBN: 8483172054

Category: English literature

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New Medievalisms

Los caballeros del rey Arturo. Dirigida por Richard Thorpe. 1954. El caballero
negro. Dirigida por Tav Garnett 1954. El Príncipe Valiente. Dirigida por Henry
Hathaway. 1967. Camelot. Dirigida por Joshua Logan. 1974. Lancelot du Lac.

Author: Javier Martín-Párraga

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443888578

Category: History

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The current renewed interest in Medieval culture, literature and society is evident in recent fictional works such as Game of Thrones or the cinematographic adaptions of Tolkien’s pseudo-medieval universe. From a more academic viewpoint, there are a number of excellent journals and book series devoted to scholarly analysis of English Medieval language and literature. While “traditional” Medieval scholars use several valid vehicles for communication, those researchers who favour more innovative or eclectic approaches are not often given the same opportunities. New Medievalisms is unique in that it offers such scholars a platform to showcase their academic prestige and the quality and originality of their investigations. This multidisciplinary collection of essays includes six chapters and nineteen articles in which twenty-one renowned scholars analyse a wide range of issues related to Medieval England, from the Beowulf saga to echoes of Medieval literature in contemporary fiction, translation or didactics. As a result, the book is both kaleidoscopic and daring, as well as rigorous and accurate.
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U S A

Son pintores del escenario americano, pero aun más fundamentalmente
maestros del estilo perculiar de esta nación, del ... se compara La muchacha del
Dominó, cuadro anónimo del siglo dieciocho, con La muchacha y el caballero
negro, ...

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Dualism and Polarity in the Novels of Ram n P rez de Ayala

Las campanas en los campanarios anuncian al caballero blanco. jOh luminoso
arcano! Tan-tan. Tan-tan. Las campanas en los cementerios anuncian al
caballero negro. iOh sombrio misterio! (II, 719) As Pelayo H. Fernandez has
pointed out ...

Author: Margaret Pol Stock

Publisher: Tamesis

ISBN: 0729302628

Category: Literary Criticism

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Obras de Lope de Vega

... negra tienda al caballero Negro? UN CRIADO Aquí la vimos al salir el alba, y
aquí mudó caballos y aderezos; pero ya no parece en todo el campo. Sale D.
Juan MAYORDOMO Allí va un hombre. ¡Hola! Cualquier que [seas ...

Author: Lope de Vega

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La Busqueda Del Grial

11 . la pesca , hayan sido adscritas al primer huésped , en tanto que en Li
Contes y en Parzival son características del ... al pie de un arbusto es una
caricatura del combate de Perceval con el Caballero Negro en la Segunda
Continuación ...

Author: Joan Ramon Resina

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ISBN: UCAL:C2927864

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Novelas completas de Sir Walter Scott

cana , el caballero Negro envió la noticia de | armados para desempeñarlo ,
colóquense so lan feliz suceso al montero Locksley , pre - bre la barbacana ,
preparen los arcos , y no viniéndole que aquella era la ocasion de dejen hombre
á vida ...

Author: Walter Scott

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ISBN: BNC:1001060268

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Goldberg

Su primera canción, “Señor, alivia mi corazón”, semeja los titubeos de un
aficionado, y el Caballero Negro está en lo cierto al preguntarse si es lo que peor
hacía. El hijo del Caballero en el Prólogo de Los cuentos de Canterbury, un
apuesto ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105114060721

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The Reception of Alfred Tennyson in Europe

However, his first translation-adaptation for this series was a different one: Los
caballeros de la Tabla Redonda. ... quedó atónito sin saber qué hacer' (The
knight was stunned, not knowing what to do) (64); 'El Caballero Negro estaba
sentado ...

Author: Leonee Ormond

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350012530

Category: Literary Criticism

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Alfred Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) has often been considered a particularly British writer in part as his official post as Poet Laureate inevitably committed him to a certain amount of patriotic writing. This volume focuses on his impact on the continent, presenting a major scholarly analysis of Tennyson's wider reception in different areas of Europe. It considers reader and critical responses and explores the effect of his poetry upon his contemporaries and later writers, as well as his influence upon illustrators, painters and musicians. The leading international contributors raise questions of translation and publication and of the choices made for this purpose along with the way in which his ideas and style influenced European writing and culture. Tennyson's reputation in Anglophone countries is now assured, following a decline in the years after his death. This volume enables us to chart the changes in Tennyson's European reputation during the later 19th, 20th and 21st centuries.
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Ivanhoe

-La tía Bárbara -dijo el escudero que aguardaba las órdenes de su amo— lo
tiene guardado en un rincón , en ... Si la persona que llamada Caballero Negro
tiene en realidad derecho a los honores de la caballería , debe de saber que se
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Author: Sir Walter Scott

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ISBN: UCM:5322135818

Category: English fiction

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Invisible Work

Todos lo llamaban el Caballero Negro ; nadie supo nunca su verdadero nombre
” ( in “ La última visita del caballero enfermo , ” in Libro de sueños ( Buenos Aires
: Torres Aguero , 1976 ) , p . 56 ) . “ Y no dejé de cometer delito . Pero el que ...

Author: Efraín Kristal

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ISBN: UTEXAS:059173009917085

Category: Literary Criticism

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It is well known that Jorge Luis Borges was a translator, but this has been considered a curious minor aspect of his literary achievement. Few have been aware of the number of texts he translated, the importance he attached to this activity, or the extent to which the translated works inform his own stories and poems. Between the age of ten, when he translated Oscar Wilde, and the end of his life, when he prepared a Spanish version of the Prose Edda , Borges transformed the work of Poe, Kafka, Hesse, Kipling, Melville, Gide, Faulkner, Whitman, Woolf, Chesterton, and many others. In a multitude of essays, lectures, and interviews Borges analyzed the versions of others and developed an engaging view about translation. He held that a translation can improve an original, that contradictory renderings of the same work can be equally valid, and that an original can be unfaithful to a translation. Borges's bold habits as translator and his views on translation had a decisive impact on his creative process. Translation is also a recurrent motif in Borges's stories. In "The Immortal," for example, a character who has lived for many centuries regains knowledge of poems he had authored, and almost forgotten, by way of modern translations. Many of Borges's fictions include actual or imagined translations, and some of his most important characters are translators. In "Pierre Menard, author of the Quixote," Borges's character is a respected Symbolist poet, but also a translator, and the narrator insists that Menard's masterpiece-his "invisible work"-adds unsuspected layers of meaning to Cervantes's Don Quixote. George Steiner cites this short story as "the most acute, most concentrated commentary anyone has offered on the business of translation." In an age where many discussions of translation revolve around the dichotomy faithful/unfaithful, this book will surprise and delight even Borges's closest readers and critics.
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University of California Publications in Modern Philology

CABALLERo (cont.) D. Bustos El Caballero de los Lirios de Oro El Caballero de
Olmedo El Caballero del Sacramento El Caballero Negro Camilo Camilo Fénix
Camo Cardenio Carlos D. Carlos Pimentel Castañeda Castelvi Castellanos ...

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Far from the Angels

El Caballero Negro . " Princess could not suppress a squeal of delight . " And
where did you get a romantic name like that ? " " I told you , Rosalia gave it to me
. When I first rode with Villa , before we were given the green uniforms of the ...

Author: Ben Tarver

Publisher: Amador Pub

ISBN: 0938513117

Category: Mexico

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Deporte y lucha

Hay un soneto en nombre de un Caballero Ciego, que ha quedado abrumado
por la reina, "la mejor flor entre las flores, que crece roja y blanca". Otro presenta
al Caballero Negro y a sus acompañantes, los Caballeros Errantes, que han ...

Author: Roland Renson

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ISBN: UCBK:C064392375

Category: Military sports

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From Van Dyck to Goya

En este bullicioso reino del comercio predominantemente femenino , el único
personaje masculino que aparece en escena es prácticamente el elegante
caballero negro que viste el hermoso abrigo amarillo y conversa con la relevante
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Author: Museo de Bellas Artes de Castelló

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ISBN: UOM:39015042958390

Category: Painting, European

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Language Quarterly

2 . . . . e fallo en el camino EL cauallero negro . . . ( 91 ) - Mod . Span . ' y halló . . .
AL caballero negro . 3 . . . . el rey vio A Tristan . ( Mod . Sp . same ) 10 Even with
the identical masculine plurals one would be hard put to create an ambiguous ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105026524350

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University of South Florida Language Quarterly

AL caballero negro . 3 . . . . el rey vio A Tristan . ( Mod . Sp . same ) 10 Even with
the identical masculine plurals one would be hard put to create an ambiguous
statement . The following examples quoted from Joan Gili ' s grammar are ...

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Romance Philology

Se tiene por cierto que al tiempo de su fin y muerte dicen que se retrato della , y
dijo que él la había inventado por ... de Montalvo , la doncella Carmela , a cuyos
señores ha dado muerte Esplandián bajo el nombre del Caballero Negro .

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ISBN: UCAL:B3830107

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Studies in the Romance Languages and Literatures

Tan - tan . / Las campanas en los cementerios / anuncian al caballero negro . / ¡
Oh sombrío misterio ! ” ( p . 225 ) . almost identical , are like reversed mirror
images , and 46 THE LITERARY PERSPECTIVISM OF RAMÓN PÉREZ DE
AYALA.

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ISBN: UCAL:B2953390

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