Existential authenticity in three novels of Spanish author Miguel Delibes

by Teresa Claire Boucher

Publisher: E. Mellen Press in Lewiston, N.Y

Written in English
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  • Authenticity (Philosophy) in literature.
  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-206) and index.

    StatementTeresa Boucher.
    SeriesHispanic literature ;, v. 86
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ6607.E45 Z594 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 210 p. ;
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3303852M
    ISBN 100773464778, 0889463867
    LC Control Number2004045561

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Reference to Miguel Delibes as a novelist of authenticity has become an unexplored cliché of Delibean criticism. Grounded in a Heideggerian approach to (in)authenticity, this is a philosophical reading of three of his texts: Cinco horas con Mario [Five Hours with Mario], Señora de rojo sobre fondo gris [Lady in Red on a Gray Background], and Cartas de amor de un sexagenario voluptuoso [Love Pages: Get this from a library.

Existential authenticity in three novels of Spanish author Miguel Delibes. [Teresa Claire Boucher]. Existential Authenticity in Three Novels of Spanish Author Miguel Delibes. By Teresa Boucher. Abstract. Reference to Miguel Delibes as a novelist of authenticity has become an unexplored cliché of Delibean criticism.

Grounded in a Heideggerian approach to (in)authenticity, this is a philosophical reading of three of his texts: Cinco horas con Author: Teresa Boucher.

Existential Authenticity in Three Novels of Spanish Author Miguel Delibes Boucher, Teresa pages Reference to Miguel Delibes as a novelist of authenticity has become an unexplored cliché of Delibean criticism.

Existential Authenticity in Three Novels of Spanish Author Miguel Delibes. Teresa Boucher. Reference to Miguel Delibes as a novelist of authenticity. Existential Authenticity in Three Novels of Spanish Author Miguel Delibes.

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Instead we have focused on three of the most recognized names in Spanish literature: Miguel de Cervantes, Vicente Aleixandre, and Federico Garcia Lorca. Miguel de Cervantes.

One of the most recognized Spanish authors of all time, Miguel de Cervantes published the country’s most famous novel, Don Quijote de la Mancha, in The eternal. Harry Potter books J. Rowling I don't really want to separate out any single book as they each engage with key existential themes as does the entire story which is spread over the 7 books and 8 films.

All of the books require the characters/readers/viewers to engage with death, freedom, loss and a wide array of existential concerns. Miguel Delibes (–) has written travel books and realistic novels, noteworthy among which are La sombra del siprés es alargada (The Cypress' Shadow Is Long, ) and Cinco horas con Mario (Five Hours with Mario, ).

The new Spanish narrative includes genres that rarely existed before, among them historical novels and police novels and even a spy novel. part for Delibes' lack of preoccupation with the area's past. Until the Civil War it was a static, sleepy agrarian center and the climate, as even the local chamber of commerce admits, is "duro en verano e invierno." In the general tenor of life, it is the provincial capital por excelencia, and Delibes' novels devoted to Valladolid tend to.

Book Reviews Edgar Pauk, Miguel Delibes: Desarrollo de un escritor (). Madrid: Gredos, pp. Covering the period from the publication of Delibes' first novel through El pr?ncipe destronado, Pauk's book is (as the "Nota Preliminar" indicates) a revised, updated version of his doctoral thesis, originally covering.

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