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Review Of Rosas Negras, By Ana García Bergua, Traci Roberts-Camps Nov 2005

Review Of Rosas Negras, By Ana García Bergua, Traci Roberts-Camps

College of the Pacific Faculty Articles

No abstract provided.


Discovering Spanish Through Poetry, Meghan Shelby Stuthard Aug 2005

Discovering Spanish Through Poetry, Meghan Shelby Stuthard

Chancellor’s Honors Program Projects

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Cuban American Literature, Isabel Alvarez-Borland Jan 2005

Cuban American Literature, Isabel Alvarez-Borland

Spanish Department Faculty Scholarship

This essay's approach to the diverse corpus that constitutes contemporary Cuban American prose and poetry is not strictly based on the traditional concept of generation nor does it base its conclusions on the dates the writers arrived from Cuba. Instead, the linking factor is the presence of a shared perspective toward the idea of exile and displacement. From this analysis, three distinct sensibilities emerge that can be grouped under the categories of exile, hybrid and ethnic.


De ‘Ángel Del Hogar’ A ‘Mujer Moderna’: Las Tensiones Filosóficas Y Textuales En El Sujeto Femenino De Carmen De Burgos, Estrella Cibreiro Jan 2005

De ‘Ángel Del Hogar’ A ‘Mujer Moderna’: Las Tensiones Filosóficas Y Textuales En El Sujeto Femenino De Carmen De Burgos, Estrella Cibreiro

Spanish Department Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Constructing Authority In Lope De Vega's Egloga A Claudio: Self-Referentiality, Literary Judgment, And Ethics, Mark J. Mascia Jan 2005

Constructing Authority In Lope De Vega's Egloga A Claudio: Self-Referentiality, Literary Judgment, And Ethics, Mark J. Mascia

Languages Faculty Publications

The poetry of Lope de Vega has most often been analyzed for its treatment of themes such as love, religious devotion, or autobiographical introspection. However, one other key aspect of his poetry, especially of his longer poetical works (such as his epistolas and eglogas), is the engagement of literature and ethical concerns often related to the art of writing poetry. The purpose of this study is to examine one such work, the Egloga a Claudio (1631), a lengthy poem which normally should be classified as an epistola, for its role as l literary vehicle for passing judgment on different issues.