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Modern Catalan literature

by Josep M Solà-Solé | 01 December 1995
Hardback
Synopsis
This volume is the fruit of the Fourth Catalan Symposium, held at The Catholic University of America (October 16 and 17, 1993), under the auspices of its Center for Catalan Studies. The topics treated in the Fourth Catalan Symposium - and assembled here together - range from general studies on modern Catalan poetry (Boehne), to more specific studies on a poet (Cocozzella on Agusti Bartra), a particular poem (Sola-Sole on El cant espiritual), a novel (Guasch on a novel by Antonia Vicens, and Gonzalez-Casanovas on a novel by Lluis Racionero) and modern Catalan folktales (Neugaard). The correspondence between the Catalan women writers Merce Rodoreda and Anna Muria is analyzed (Benejam Cobb), and the stylistic relationship between Pere Calders and Julio Cortazar (Barbera) is also discussed. The volume concludes with a presentation of the English translations of two poetical works by the modern Catalan poets Olga Xirinacs and Miquel Marti i Pol.
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Synopsis
This volume is the fruit of the Fourth Catalan Symposium, held at The Catholic University of America (October 16 and 17, 1993), under the auspices of its Center for Catalan Studies. The topics treated in the Fourth Catalan Symposium - and assembled here together - range from general studies on modern Catalan poetry (Boehne), to more specific studies on a poet (Cocozzella on Agusti Bartra), a particular poem (Sola-Sole on El cant espiritual), a novel (Guasch on a novel by Antonia Vicens, and Gonzalez-Casanovas on a novel by Lluis Racionero) and modern Catalan folktales (Neugaard). The correspondence between the Catalan women writers Merce Rodoreda and Anna Muria is analyzed (Benejam Cobb), and the stylistic relationship between Pere Calders and Julio Cortazar (Barbera) is also discussed. The volume concludes with a presentation of the English translations of two poetical works by the modern Catalan poets Olga Xirinacs and Miquel Marti i Pol.
€49.00
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Eligible for free delivery

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Product Details

ISBN - 9780820427799
Format - Hardback
Publisher -
Published - 01/12/1995
Categories - All, Books, Fiction, Literature, Literary Reference & Essays
No. of Pages - 220
Weight - 480
Edition -
Series - - Not Available
Page Size - 24
Language - en-US
Readership Age - Not Available
Table of Contents - Not Available

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