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  1. Contemporary Latin American Literature : Original Selections from the Literary Giants for Intermediate and Advanced Students by Gladys Varona-Lacey, 2001-08-01
  2. Spanish Composition Through Literature (6th Edition) by Cándido Ayllón, Paul C. Smith, et all 2010-09-11
  3. The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature
  4. Charcoal and Cinnamon: The Politics of Color in Spanish Caribbean Literature by CLAUDETTE M. WILLIAMS, 2000-04-09
  5. Classic Spanish Stories and Plays : The Great Works of Spanish Literature for Intermediate Students by Marcel Andrade, 2001-07-17
  6. The Literature of the Spanish People: From Roman Times to the Present Day by Gerald Brenan, 1976-03-26
  7. A New History of Spanish Literature by Richard E. Chandler, Kessel Schwartz, 1991-09-01
  8. Echoes and Inscriptions: Comparative Approaches to Early Modern Spanish Literatures
  9. Perceptions Of Magic In Medieval Spanish Literature by Jennifer M. Corry, 2005-09
  10. An Introduction to Spanish-American Literature by Jean Franco, 1995-03-31
  11. Nine Centuries of Spanish Literature : Nueve siglos de literatura española : A Dual-Language Anthology by Seymour Resnick, Jeanne Pasmantier, 1994-10-20
  12. Five Centuries of Spanish Literature: From the Cid Through the Golden Age (Spanish Edition) by Linton Lomas Barrett, 2003-10
  13. Answer Key for Spanish Composition Through Literature by Cándido Ayllón, Paul C. Smith, et all 2010-09-06
  14. Spanish Literature: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Jo Labanyi, 2010-11-01

1. Spanish Literature - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia Contemporary shortstories, poetry, essays and theatre. Retrieved from http//
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• Medieval literature Renaissance Miguel de Cervantes Baroque Enlightenment ... Generation of '98 Novecentismo Generation of '27 • Literature subsequent to the Civil War The term Spanish literature refers to literature written in the Spanish language , including literature composed in Spanish by writers not necessarily from Spain . For Spanish American literature specifically, see Latin American literature . Here, in this article we use the notion of Spanish literature as the literature of Spain. It includes Spanish poetry prose and novels Spanish literature is the name given to the literary works written in Spain throughout time, and those by Spanish authors world-wide. Due to historic, geographic and generational diversity, Spanish literature has known a great number of influences and it is very diverse. Some major movements can be identified within it.

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SPANISH LITERATURE The dominant feature of Spanish contemporary literature in 1910-21 may be found in an effort to achieve the fusion of the critical with the creative element in the race (see S. de Madariaga, " Introduction to Spanish Contemporary Literature," London Mercury, Sept. 1920). With the death of Galdos, the sceptre of Spanish literature falls on Miguel de Unamuno (b. Bilboa, 1864), a professor of Greek in the university of Salamanca, a voracious reader, familiar with all European, American and classical literature, and an indefatigable writer. Unamuno represents the modern version of the Spanish mystic writer. His main concern is the relation of man to creation. It is the subject of his masterpiece El Sentimiento Tragico de la Vida, a book of passionate meditation, and, at any rate as an attitude of mind, it dominates his criticism ( En torno al Casticismo, Ensayos ), his novels ( Abel Sanchez, Tres Novelas y un Prologo ) and his plays ( Fedra). In these works Unamuno appears as the apostle of an ideal of life more closely connected with spiritual Easternism than with the intellectual and social tenets of the West. He thus fulfils in Spain much the same function which Dostoievsky held in Russia, for Spain, like Russia, stands as a transition between East and West. His ideal is in intensity rather than in extension, in individual achievement, the saving of one's soul, rather than in social work and collective material progress. His style corresponds to his beliefs. It reminds one of Carlyle's in that it is written with the whole man's being, body and soul, but it is never eloquent and rhetorical; rather does it tend to conversational familiarity and evinces now and then a proclivity towards being led to new thoughts by the mere shuffling of words.

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  • Spanish Prosody - an explanation of Spanish meter and rhyme. In English.
  • - an exhaustive catalogue and discussion of the rhetorical techniques and ornaments used in Spanish poetry. In English.
  • Glossary of Poetic Terms - an impressive list, with links to examples, from the University of Toronto. In English.
  • Glossary of Poetic Terms - "A unique guide for the study of poetry." In English.
  • Thinking and Writing About Poetry - a useful method for analysing poetry, with sample analyses of three Golden Age sonnets. In English.
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    14. Spanish Literature: Carmen Martín Gaite
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    She wrote her first short story, "Un día de libertad", in 1953, although she confesses to writing from as early as 8 years old. Her literary career begins when "El balneario" received the Café Gijón award, one of the most prestigious literary awards in Spain. Three years later she publishes what would be an incomparable work, "Entre visillos" and it is presented for the Nadal Awards and wins. She wrote two plays, the monologue "A palo seco" en 1957, which was represented in 1987; and "La hermana pequeña" in 1959, rescued in 1998 by theater director Ángel García Moreno, and which opened the 19th of January 1999 in Madrid. During the 60's she continued to cultivate the narrative, with important works such as "Las ataduras" (1960) or "Ritmo lento" (1963), but it is in the 70's when we see the real versatility of Martín Gaite. She publishes her theories about the process against Macanaz and in addition to her thesis, a recompilation of her poetry in "A racha" (1976), and one of her best works, the novel "Reathilas", is released in 1974. Her first recompilation of short stories is also published in this decade, "Cuentos completos". Her journalistic phase is characterized by a period of time as an editor in the beginnings of the newspaper Diario 16.

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