at fusing all knowledgeClassical, Oriental, Hebrew, and Christianin the vernacular. Pinocchio - Adventures of a Marionette. New York: D Appleton and Company. A limited edition volume with passages from "The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft" which have to do specifically with books and reading. José Mara Gironella scored great popular success with his controversial epic trilogy on the Civil War: Los cipreses creen en Dios (1953; The Cypresses Believe in God Un milln de muertos (1961; The Million Dead and Ha estallado la paz (1966; Peace After War ). Two notable emigrant writers who began their careers on the far right of the political spectrum rose to prominence in post-World War I Western intellectual life: Emil Cioran, writer of pessimistic aphorism, and Mircea Eliade, a leading figure in comparative religious history. Volume 3 of the Camping Out series; an interesting fictional story of four young adventurers travelling through Iceland in the late 1800's. In poetry, realistic trends produced little of note. A great read for all ages.
Washington Irving (April 3, 1783 November 28, 1859) was an American short story writer, essayist, biographer, historian, and diplomat of the early 19th century.He is best known for his short stories Rip Van Winkle (1819) and The Legend of Sleepy. The mester de clerec a (craft of the clergy) was a new poetic mode, indebted to France and the monasteries and presupposing literate readers. It adapted the French alexandrine in the fourfold wayi. E., 14-syllable lines used in four-line monorhyme stanzasand treated religious, didactic, or pseudohistorical matter. Robert Louis Stevenson s Life.
The 15th century The early 15th century witnessed a renewal of poetry under Italian influence. Child's Own Book, The. Guillén s lifelong poetic effort, Cántico ( Cántico: A Selection first published in 1928 and repeatedly enlarged in successive editions, constitutes a disciplined hymn to the joys of everyday reality.
The critic Constantin Dobrogeanu Ghereas theories followed Karl Marx, although Western Modernism also influenced Romanian writers. Philosopher José Ortega y Gasset developed themes from criticism and psychology ( Meditaciones del Quijote 1914; Meditations on Quixote) to national problems ( Espaa invertebrada 1921; Invertebrate Spain ) and international concerns ( El tema de nuestro tiempo 1923; The Modern Theme, La rebelin. Ángela de Acevedoa lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth (Isabel de Borbn wife of King Philip IVleft three extant plays of unknown dates: El muerto disimulado (The Pretending Dead Man La Margarita del Tajo que di nombre a Santarem dissertation droit a la mort (Margarita of Tajo Who Named Santarem and Dicha. Rich in detail, his writings abound in irony and satire as they expose the evils of Spanish Restoration society, most notably in La Regenta (188485; The Regents Wife; Eng. This book contains her views on socialism and eugenics.