Author: Museo Pedro de Osma (Lima, Peru)Publish On: 2004
ris LOS SIETE ARCANGELES Anónimo Cuzco , siglo XVIII Óleo sobre lienzo 1.283 m . x 0.952 m . ... presentation in a single canvas of seven archangels , each with its name , is of interest , as it was painted at a time the Church did not ...
Author: Museo Pedro de Osma (Lima, Peru)
Annotated catalogue of selected pieces of the museum's extraordinary collection of art objects from colonial Peru, including the unique sculptures of esculturas know as Piedra de Huamanga. The book presents texts by renowned specialist Pedro Gjurinovic Canevaro along with full-page color plates that present a detailed perspective of the art and social life of the Peruvian viceroyalty. This new edition includes information on the new spaces and services that have been added since the first edition. .
A medical doctor by profession, Vallejos has also published five books of poetry, including Los arcángeles ebrios (The Inebriated Archangels) (1964), Los labios del silencio (The Lips of Silence) (1986) and Tiempo baldıo (Idle Time) ...
Author: Daniel Balderston
Category: Literary Collections
The Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Latin American and Caribbean Literature, 1900–2003 draws together entries on all aspects of literature including authors, critics, major works, magazines, genres, schools and movements in these regions from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present day. With more than 200 entries written by a team of international contributors, this Encyclopedia successfully covers the popular to the esoteric. The Encyclopedia is an invaluable reference resource for those studying Latin American and/or Caribbean literature as well as being of huge interest to those folowing Spanish or Portuguese language courses.
Among several by Carmen Conde, I would emphasize Derribado Arcángel (“Defeated Archangel,” 1960), ... found in the fiction of the period: Luis Martín-Santos's Tiempo de silencio (“Time of Silence,” 1962) may serve as the best example.
Author: Andrew Debicki
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Twentieth-century Spanish poetry has received comparatively little attention from critics writing in English. Andrew Debicki now presents the first English-language history published in the United States to examine the sweep of modern Spanish verse. More important, he is the first to situate Spanish poetry in the context of European modernity, to trace its trajectory from the symbolists to the postmodernists. Avoiding the rigid generational schemes and catalogs of names found in traditional Hispanic literary histories, Debicki offers detailed discussions of salient books and texts to construct an original and compelling view of his subject. He demonstrates that contemporary Spanish verse is rooted in the modem tradition and poetics that see the text as a unique embodiment of complex experiences. He then traces the evolution of that tradition in the early decades of the century and its gradual disintegration from the 1950s to the present as Spanish poetry came to reflect features of the postmodern, especially the poetics of text as process rather than as product. By centering his study on major periods and examining within each the work of poets of different ages, Debicki develops novel perspectives. The late 1960s and early 1970s, for example, were not merely the setting for a new aestheticist generation but an era of exceptional creativity in which both established and new writers engendered a profound, intertextual, and often self-referential lyricism. This book will be essential reading for specialists in modern Spanish letters, for advanced students, and for readers inter-ested in comparative literature.
Intangible al sufrimiento y a la corrupción, inmaculado como un arcángel' (pp. ... But the repetition is a literary device to evoke 'ese tiempo sin tiempo' [this time outside of time], itself a phrase repeated twice (pp. 480, 481/pp.
Author: Sabine Köllmann
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Category: Literary Criticism
This Companion offers an overview and assessment of Mario Vargas Llosa's large body of work, tracing his development as a writer and intellectual in his essays, critical studies, journalism, and theatrical works, but above all in his novels.
... “La doctrina de los ciclos” and “El tiempo circular” (“The Doctrine of Cycles” and “Circular Time”), in which he mocks Nietzsche as “the most pathetic inventor or divulger” ... “A falta de un arcángel es- pecial que lleve la cuenta, ...
Author: Kate Jenckes
Publisher: SUNY Press
Together with original readings of some of Benjamin’s finest essays, this book examines a series of Borges’s works as allegories of Argentine modernity.
... the third part of Sobre los ángeles, the theme turns to a positive quest and we are taken back to a time before creation when all things – including language – were unformed: 1 No habían cumplido años ni la rosa ni el arcángel.
Author: Robert Havard
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Alberti is the key in this study of the intense religious element in Spanish avant-garde poetry, art and film of the 1920s and '30s.
Author: Castilla y León (Spain). JuntaPublish On: 2002
VALLE DE CERRATO ( Palencia ) In the hierarchy of the archangels , St. Michael was undoubtedly the most venerated . ... Compared to other assignments that were subjected to the different changes of mentality of each period ( other ...
Author: Castilla y León (Spain). Junta
Category: Art, Spanish
"Tenth exhibition that has been organised by the "Les Edades del Hombre" Foundation.... [The exhibited works are] all taken from the eleven dioceses that form the Catholic Church in Castilla y León"--p. 25.
... Los monólogos de la hija [The Daughter's Monologues] (1959), Derribado arcángel [Archangel Overthrown] (1960), ... In her inaugural speech, entitled Poesía ante el tiempo y la inmortalidad [Poetry in Time and Immortality] Conde ...
Author: Catherine Davies
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Literary Criticism
Traces the tradition of Spanish women's writing from the end of the Romantic period until the present day. Professor Davies places the major authors within the changing political, cultural and economic context of women's lives over the past century-and-a-half -- with particular attention to women's accounts of female subjectivity in relation to the Spanish nation-state, government politics, and the women's liberation movement.
CÁNDIDA ÁLVAREZ responds to the ARCHANGEL RAPHAEL V 11 a 01 DIÓGENES BALLESTER responds to the SANTOS COLLECTION. When I first saw the Arcángel Rafael , I thought instantly about the only angel painting I have ever made and how it had ...
... hitherto ; to this time ; yet Arbitrio de juéz , m . unlimited power of a judge Aquiescéncia , sf . acquiescence ... sm . scratch ; slight wound ; nipping Arcángel , sm . archangel ; highest angel , spirit Arañón , sm . sloe ( fruit ...