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La Comédie humaine by Balzac and in the Routfon-Macquart novels by Zola. Though these historical novels, as a whole, are beyond comparison with any achievement ...
Benito Pérez Galdós, the author of more than thirty novels of the contemporary scene, also wrote forty-six historical novels and a.
He was a great artist and his novels be~e immortal works. /. According to an eminent writer Galdos was one or the masters of the contemporary novel in EUrope ' ...
Benito Peres Galdós (1843-1920) was born in Las Palusa,. Canary Islands, and received his early education in an English school up to the așe of thirteen.
My first chapter outlines the theoretical framework that will inform my analysis of La desheredada, Tristana, and Misericordia. Following postmodern geographer.
Semiotic Consciousness in the Novels of Benito Pérez. Galdós by Akiko Tsuchiya (review). Mary S. Vásquez. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature, ...
riado [Memories of an Absent-Minded Man], Benito Pérez Galdós tells the ... group of novels, designated as such by Galdós himself and published.
The analysis of the novels. Nazarín and Halma identified confusional syndromes, typhoid fever with sepsis, pseudoseizures (“hysteria”), and deformities ( ...
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Don Lope is a Don Juan, an aging but still effective predator on the opposite sex. He is also charming and generous, unhesitatingly contributing the better part of his fortune to pay off a friend’s debts, kindly assuming responsibility for the friend’s orphaned daughter, lovely Tristana. Don Lope takes her into his house and before long he takes her to bed.
It’s an arrangement that Tristana accepts more or less unquestioningly— that is, until she see more meets the handsome young painter Horacio. Then she actively rebels, sets out to educate herself, reveals tremendous talents, and soon surpasses her lover in her open defiance of convention. One thing is for sure: Tristana will be her own woman.
And when it counts Don Lope will be there for her.
Benito Pérez Galdós, one of the most sophisticated and delightful of the great European novelists, was a clear-eyed, compassionate, and not-a-little amused observer of the confusions, delusions, misrepresentations, and perversions of the mind and heart. He is the unsurpassed chronicler of the reality show called real life.
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Benito Pérez Galdós' finely-crafted novel, Meow, is a tragi-comedy.
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por Benito Perez Galdos
This novel from Benito Perez Galdos is one of the towering masterpieces of nineteenth-century Spanish literature, a distinction that rests in large part on the indelible character of Dona Perfecta. As a new widow desperate to escape destitution, Dona Perfecta promised the hand of her young daughter in marriage to her nephew Pepe. But when the time comes for the wedding to be planned, Dona Perfecta has changed her mind -- and she embarks on a ruthless campaign of terror to ensure that the see more ceremony never takes place.
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Halma by Benito Pérez Galdós
por Robert S. Rudder
Galdós’s early writings were inspired by the French writer Émile Zola, a practitioner of the literary school of Naturalism. This interest then turned to a type of spiritual naturalism under the influence of Russian writers, including Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and Turgenev, whom he called his “great teacher.” One of his most important works during this period was the novel, Nazarín, a kind of retelling of the life of Christ, in which the main character, a disgraced priest, wanders about the see more
countryside with two female companions, attempting to follow the teachings of the Bible to the letter. He is taken for either a saint or a mad man, and at the end is shut up in an institution.
The publication of Nazarín was followed by its sequel, Halma, only six months later. In this novel, the protagonist, an aristocratic lady named Halma, after suffering great hardships, decides to use her inheritance to found an idyllic Christian society, harboring the needy and the sick. Two of its citizens will be the priest, Nazarín, and one of his two women followers; another will be Halma’s ne’er-do-well male cousin, Urrea. Her family and their friends express admiration for her high ideals, but they also believe she may be just as mad as the priest, and work to defeat her. A fortunate denouement comes only after the unforeseen intervention of the supposedly “mad” priest.
Halma also has many points of contact with the motion picture Viridiana, by Spain’s’ great director, Luis Buñuel. In this film, a religious novice, Viridiana, attempts to turn a farm into a shelter for needy beggars. During her absence, however, the beggars wreck the house in a drunken orgy. While not sharing Buñuel’s artistic vision, Galdós, nevertheless, expresses his own ideas with great imagination.
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Down the Chimney: 100+ Most Treasured Christmas Novels & Stories in One Volume (Illustrated): The Tailor of Gloucester, Little Women, Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, The Gift of the Magi, A Christmas Carol, The Three Kings, Little Lord Fauntleroy, The
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The Novel on the Tram
por Benito Pérez Galdós
"The Novel on the Tram" by Benito Pérez Galdós (translated by Michael Wooff). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce see more eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
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