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Articles that are significantly longer than the length limit will be returned to the author with a request to edit the text and resubmit. For full submission information see the HAHR website. Hispanic American Historical Review The New Drug History of the Americas Environmental History Science and Medicine in Latin America Latin American Independence II Immigration and Nation Can the Subaltern See? M4 C46 Mexican American literature, written since , by authors who have become citizens of the United States or who were born here and are of Mexican descent.
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Eight authors from Spain have been included because of their impact on literature in the New World. Entries taken from Contemporary Authors series, published by Gale, were updated and the other plus author entries are new and were completed for this volume. N5 P33 Biographies and literary work of authors from the United States, the Caribbean, and Africa.
Includes African American authors from the 18th century to the present. Braithwaite, and Amos Tutuola. A52 F54 Michael P. Kant, Immanuel. Lartigue G, Juan. Machado, Antonio. Los complementarios. Otros poemas. Geoffrey Ribbans. Campos de Castilla. Accessed June 2, Moreno, Carlos.
Flores Moreno, Cristina. Nelson, Roland W. Nietzsche, Friedrich. El Anticristo. Biography and Works. Poe, Edgar Allan. Accessed September 22, The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. Edited by John Ward Ostrom. Cambridge, Mass. Essays and Reviews. Edited by G. New York: Library of America, Complete Poems. Edited by Thomas Ollive Mabbott. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
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Acceso 3 de febrero, Acceso 31 de enero, To the few who love me and whom I love — to those who feel rather than to those who think — to the dreamers and those who put faith in dreams as in the only realities — I offer this Book of Truths, not in its character of Truth-Teller, but for the Beauty that abounds in its Truth; constituting it true.
To these I present the composition as an Art-Product alone: — let us say as a Romance; or, if I be not urging too lofty a claim, as a Poem. London: Bantam, A second problem likely originates from presenting philosophical, metaphysical and astronomical concepts without Poe's possession of an academic degree to support them, including a methodology not always rigorous, and sometimes intuitive. These factors contributed to the refusal of the scientific community, fully opposed to the concept of an evolutive Universe, during his time and later.
Acceso 2 de febrero, The Hudson Review , Vol. Acceso 18 de abril, Acceso 13 de febrero 13, Acceso 9 de abril, Acceso 26 de abril, Acceso 4 de noviembre, Acceso 8 de febrero, Irish dramatic works have a history of becoming successful exports. A significant number of plays emanating from Ireland have been incorporated to the Galician theatrical system since the early 20 th century.
To a great extent, the origin of this interest can be attributed to the poeticised connection between Ireland and Galicia established in the Rexurdimento and its later utilisation by the nationalist movement. Even though this continues to affect the reception of Irish cultural products, other factors must be considered when scrutinising more recent incorporations. Arguably, few national identities are as internationally recognisable as the Irish, due to an array of cultural references that populate the collective imaginary, both within and beyond its geographical borders.
Long before the Celtic Tiger catapulted the country to the international foreground in a way that transcended the purely economic, Ireland could count cultural products as some of its most visible exports, amongst them, numerous Irish dramatic works.
In Spain, we find a considerable number of plays by Irish authors entering the system from the early 20th century onwards, not only being translated into Spanish but also into Catalan, Basque and Galician. The focal point of my research is how the representation of Irish identity on the Galician stage has been—and currently is—affected by the multiplicity of factors at play in the theatre adaptation process.
I will utilise both textual and extratextual sources in order to carry out an analysis of the incorporation process in line with Descriptive Translation Studies. However, while this approach is adequate when identifying and describing the operational norms which determine the final product, it does not do full justice to the multilayered nature of dramatic phenomena nor to the different dialogical levels present in theatre translation. In particular, the range of agents and mediators involved in the process of transposing a play for the stage, and who influence the decision-making process, demands close attention to their positioning in the political and sociocultural context.
Although Descriptive Translation Studies scholars and approaches are not insensitive to the cultural aspects of translation, these do not constitute its main preoccupation. Accordingly, my analysis is enriched by drawing on culturalist and comparative approaches, such as those proposed by Bassnett and Venuti.