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Test 2 Outline - Juan Valera – Pepita Jimenez(novela...

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a. Short answer on the selections we have read (like first exam), along with identifying a. author, b. g'enero literario (poema, ensayo, cuento, novela, drama), c. per'iodo literario b. Essay on Do~na Perfecta – novela de tesis c. Identifying author of several poem fragments, and then chosing one to write a paragraph about - what it describes on literal level or if it's philosophical, how it typifies the period it belongs to, theme or central point, m'etrica, rima, recursos po'eticos. (basically what we did in front of the class) It will be very helpful to review the quiz that we had last Wednesday, with authors and titles along with the history. Realismo y Naturalismo
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Unformatted text preview: Juan Valera – Pepita Jimenez (novela) Benito Galdos – Dona Perfecta (novela) Emilia Pardo Bazan – La Cana, Encaje Roto (cuentos) Leopoldo Alas “Clarin” – La conversion de Chiripa, La regenta (cuento, novela) La Generacion de 1898 Miguel de Unamuno – mi religion, poemas en la hoja de papel (ensayo, poemas) Ramon Maria del Valle-Inclan – Jardin Umbrio (cuento) Pio Baroja – Juventud, Egolatria (partes de ensayos) – a lot of experimentation Jose Martinez Ruiz “Azorin” – Las confesiones de un pequeno filosofo (partes de ensayos) las nubes - ensayo- Think impresionismo (look in ntbk) Antonio Machado – look at hw,...
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  • Fall '08
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  • Emilia Pardo Bazán, Spanish writers, la cana, Members of the Royal Spanish Academy, Generation of '98, regenta (cuento,

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