Query : leyenda
- Alberto E. Martos García2
- Blanco, Mercedes2
- Carina Zubillaga2
- Ernesto Cortés Ahumada2
- Espinosa Antón, Francisco Javier;,2
- José Javier Vilariño Rodríguez2
- José Manuel Pedrosa2
- Misgav Har Peled2
- Pablo Quisbert2
- Pagacz, Laurence2
- Pere Pau Ripollès i Alegre2
- Tristan Platt2
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- Acquier, Françoise1
- Adel López Gómez1
- Ademir de Oliveira, Luiz1
- Adriana Leona Rosales Mendoza1
- Aitana Martos García1
- Alberto E. Ariza S.1
- Alberto Escalante Varona1
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Leyenda negra y leyenda rosa
From the Romanistic legend to the modern story
The short narrative in the 19th century of Peruvian has been overshadowed by the popularity of its most prolific and prominent representative in Ricardo Palma. For this reason, several writers of short shapes, such as Paulino Fuentes Castro, for example, have been forgotten, and others are only reme...
The life of Buda in Spanish (1890-1920)
In this trial the initial reception of Buda’s legend in Spanish, based on authors of panhispanic modernisation, with different perspectives, is reviewed from the last decade of the nineteenth century to the appearance of the book by José Vasconcelos, Indostanic Studies (1920), which sought to overco...
For the benefit of the national economy. Therapeutic work and public care in the Manicomio de La Castañeda de la city of Mexico, 1929-1932
El Manicomio de La Castañeda de la Ciudad de México, founded in 1910, faced the problem of its overcrowding by 1930 due to the high number of chronic patients who see the institution as a depot of patients rather than as a therapeutic area. This led to psychiatry in his first crisis of legitimacy as...
Gargoris y Habis. La leyenda de los orígenes de Tartesos
Francis Bacon and the imitation of the Hispan colonial model
Francis Bacon’s thinking (1561-1626) has been more related to empitism, science and utopia than to colonialism and imperialism. However, both for the period he lived in, his parliamentary and government responsibilities and his intellectual tastes, the Chancellor was always attentive to the economic...
Sport, a public cognitive passion
Please look carefully at the way in which his reader’s expected passion in the ‘Team’ newspaper is publicly objective, the various ways in which it can be said to be cognitive will be clarified. Depending on whether his own views are part of the news of which the team reader becomes aware. Depending...
Main funeral on the Parnasse: a print campaign on the death of Lope de Vega
The postthumous tribute book in Lope de Vega entitled Fama póstuma, published by Juan Pérez de Montalbán in 1636, is to be regarded as the most visible element of a series of printed material that appeared in the months following the disappearance of the poet. In the way that ‘funeral books’ are res...
Review: Environmental imagination (s)
Source: University press counter — No 17/2012, Environmental Imagination (s), Presses Universities de Rennes, 296 p. Stéphanie Posthumus, Pensor the French environmental imagination under the sign of the difference between Hicham-Stéphane Afeissa, the last man’s imagination and environmental ethics...
Culture of Sandino and new man: Literacy, popular music and Evangelio. Nicaragua 1979-1980
The legend of Sandino is, as we want to analyse, one of the key factors in building this idea of the national and popular figures around the above figures, in this sense, we will analyse some of the practices and strategies that have made it possible to establish and popularise the Sandinista ideal...
El desierto en la leyenda de Santa María Egipciaca
El presente trabajo se propone analizar el sentido y la funcionalidad tanto material como espiritual del espacio del desierto en la leyenda de Santa María Egipciaca –una de las santas medievales más populares, representante del prototipo hagiográfico de las prostitutas arrepentidas– según la narraci...
Water poetic in traditional narratives, texts and contexts: texts and context
This article raises from disciplines such as narratology, ethnopoetic or pragmatic analysis of traditional water-related texts. An underlying narratological pattern of invocation, ofrage and exchange of a don through tests is described. This sequence can be traced by comparing the most archaic versi...
Photos and voices in the city: The marginalisation of Chilena poetry in 2000 from an intermediate perspective
This article aims to explore, from an intermediate point of view, poems on urban marginality Compro Fierro (2007) of Juan Carreño and Gran Avenida (2004) and Compro Fierro (2009) of Gladys González. On the basis of theoretical categories such as legend, voyeuity and collective exhibition device, and...
La leyenda del Padre Botello
Between mathematics and magia: Josefo’s legend and Australian blend
Muchos are the links between mathematics and magia: on the one hand, mathematical principles have usually been used to devise magic games and, conversely, various techniques specific to magia may give rise to mathematical models whose properties are of great interest in recreational mathematics. In...
With regard to the Greek tragedy
I can characterise the classic Greek tragedy as an expression of a citizen’s art of equally festive character, a certain discursive regime and a clear physical and spatial inscription, the text deserves to consider three fundamental aspects of this dramatic way invented by the Greeks, namely: a pres...
The ‘tragic’ story of the conquest in the books and printed matter of men’s letters in the independent provinces of New Grenada, 1811-1821
This article explores literary productions of men of letters in the independent provinces of New Grenada between 1811-1821. It shows how during that period, while the processes of emancipation and then the foundation of the Republic took place, these social actors (priests, printers, lawyers and wri...
The world of book: Miranda and the French revolution Junio of 1967
We are grateful for the unrestricted generosity of the great Venezuelan historian, Héctor Parra Márquez, a close relative in the spiritual and blood of Parra Pérez, for having in our Library, with a dedication that honours us, the work ‘MIRANDA Y LA REVOLUCION FRANCESA’ in II Tomos. to write the gre...
The Barcelona ecológicode map: the city’s changes over the last three decades
Barcelona have an important dynamic in its urban structure, with an impact on the environment. Municipal management and planning requires an understanding of how the city is structured and how it changes over time. This work presents the Barcelona Mapaecology (MEB), which has three editions and cont...
Colombian gold in foreign hands
‘I always believed that your country was fabulous in artistic goods, but I see it even more so in the nobility and hydroguide of its people’, and rightly stated Queen Maria Cristina in Habsburg on 11 November 1892 in the National Library of Madrid. He opened the Ibero-American exhibition that opened...
Semantics of the Christian bare
supported by the Primary Scracks, Traditional, Apirocrifa literature, Employers, hagiography, matisfaction and legend, and other historiography tools: the biography of artists and what the same works of art reveal, this work seeks to make up a grammar that is able to read the delicate subject of nup...
Concepciones culturales, género y migración entre mayas yucatecos en Cancún, Quintana Roo
Este artículo presenta algunos elementos que contribuyen a mantener la memoria cultural en mayas peninsulares inmigrantes en Cancún, Quintana Roo. Refiero algunas concepciones culturales (rituales, leyendas y concepciones) que permiten a inmigrantes de esta etnia continuar reproduciendo y perpetuand...
Towards a poetic: the Nobel Prize and his circumstances
The first draft of this work was a speech given in April 2000 at the First International Forum on Gabriel García Marquez at the XXXIII Leyenda Vallenata Festival in Valledupar, Colombia. Thanks to the Colombian Ministry of Culture (and its Minister, Juan Luis Mejía) and the Foundation Festival de la...
The crossing points of the Colombian folklore. The tamborite and the improvement
The northern coast of the Colombian Pacific has one of the richest and abandoned veins of the musical folkloror. The presence of indigenous people, who still survive in rudimentary life; the large black population, which makes up the majority, and the lost offspring of the conquor, attracted by beac...
Ribbons at the height of 1912: legend or reality?
this article is a rapprochement to the study of Color’s Independents in 1912, where many black women were arrested and imprisoned on account of their alleged intervention. A new reading of bibliographic and documentary information from a gender perspective shows that this repression was motivated so...