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ISBN:
8420633771
Author:
Unamuno,Miguel de
Category:
World Literature
Language:
Spanish
Publisher:
Alianza (January 1, 1999)
Pages:
144 pages
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1257 kb
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1726 kb
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Publicados unitariamente en 1920 bajo el título de "Tres novelas ejemplares y un prólogo", los admirables rela. Publicados unitariamente en 1920 bajo el título de "Tres novelas ejemplares y un prólogo", los admirables relatos que forman este volumen ( Dos madres, El marqués de Lumbría y Nada menos que todo un hombre ) fueron escritos por Miguel de Unamuno (1864-1936) en la segunda década del siglo XIX.

Tres novelas ejemplares y un prólogo. By Miguel de Unamuno, Jacinto Benavente, Pedro de Répide, Pío Baroja, Rubén Darío, Benito Pérez Galdós, Joaquín Dicenta, Ricardo León, Pedro Mata, Armando Palacio Valdés, Arturo Reyes, José Nogales.

Start by marking Tres novelas ejemplares y un prologo as Want to Read . Miguel de Unamuno was born in the medieval centre of Bilbao, Basque Country, the son of Félix de Unamuno and Salomé Jugo

Start by marking Tres novelas ejemplares y un prologo as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Miguel de Unamuno was born in the medieval centre of Bilbao, Basque Country, the son of Félix de Unamuno and Salomé Jugo. The contest was finally won by the Basque scholar Resurrección María de Azcue.

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ISBN 13: 9788423919413.

Miguel de Unamuno's birth name is Unamuno Jugo, Miguel d. Miguel de Unamuno was born on September 29, 1864 and died on December 31, 1936.

Miguel de Unamuno's birth name is Unamuno Jugo, Miguel de. Asked in Celebrity Births Deaths and Ages. How old was Miguel de Unamuno at death? Miguel de Unamuno died on December 31, 1936 at the age of 72. Asked in Actors & Actresses. Miguel de Unamuno would have been 72 years old at the time of death or 150 years old today.

Tres novelas ejemplares y un prólogo (Three Exemplary Novels and a Prologue) (1920) - a much-studied work with a famous prologue. The title deliberately recalls the famous Novelas ejemplares of Miguel de Cervantes

Tres novelas ejemplares y un prólogo (Three Exemplary Novels and a Prologue) (1920) - a much-studied work with a famous prologue. The title deliberately recalls the famous Novelas ejemplares of Miguel de Cervantes. La tía Tula (Aunt Tula) (1921) - his final large-scale novel, a work about maternity, a theme that he had already examined in Amor y pedagogía and Dos madres. Teresa (1924) - a narrative work that contains romantic poetry, achieving an ideal through the re-creation of the beloved. Cómo se hace una novela (How to Make a Novel) (1927) - the autopsy of an Unamuno novel

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  • Mysterious Wrench
This is a collection of four short works by one of the leading figures of Spanish literature in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. The prologue is a literary/philosophical examination of the nature of reality, which asks the question "how do we define a "real" person". It is well-written, stimulating, and includes the memorable, untranslatable aphorism "creer es crear". Like most philosophical musings (in my opinion) it is basically nonsense, but I enjoyed it as I would enjoy an abstract painting: aesthetically pleasing, but not corresponding to any actual reality. The other three pieces all concern themselves with various themes of strong passion, "love" if you will. They contain some interesting psychological insights but cannot be considered completely "realistic", in my opinion. For example, the characters have a tendency to die from mental anguish, which doesn't actually happen in the real world. However, de Unamuno argues forcefully in the prologue that the characters he portrays are actually more "real" than many "real" people. I'll let the reader decide if he's right. I don't happen to agree.

Regardless of the content, the author employs a beautiful literary Spanish which is very enjoyable to read.
  • Kamick
The stories are great, I'm writing this review because of the fact that in my book pages 158-159 are not included. I don't know if I just managed to get a book lacking those pages or if all of these editions are missing those pages. So if you're buying this book for "Nada menos que todo un hombre", there are two missing pages, just a heads up!