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  • Benito Perez Galdos

    Publicado por Catedra, Madrid, 1994

    ISBN 10: 8437604257 ISBN 13: 9788437604251

    Librería: lisarama, Murcia, MU, España

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    Tapa Blanda Ilustrada. Condición: Excelente. En Castellano. ---El precio de los gastos de envío está calculado para libros con un peso máximo de1 kg superando el kg los gastos de envió serán mayores, - Los pedidos fuera de la península: Baleares ,Canarias, Ceuta y Melilla tienen un coste adicional, consúltenos antes de realizar su pedido, los libros usados pueden tener o no firma del anterior propietario- Size: Octavo 18x11-305 Pag. Consulta.

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    Condición: Gut. First Imprint. 282 (6) Seiten mit vielen Abbildungen. 22 cm. Aus dem Besitz der Gräfin Ledebur mit geprägtem Monogramm (Krone) auf dem Vorsatz. Guter Zustand. Set in 1868, the year of Spain's Glorious Revolution, the novel takes place in the Royal Palace of Madrid among members of the court's bureaucracy. Galdós' title of the novel was La de Bringas, but the translated title reflects that many residents of the Palace were ruining themselves through extravagance. Galdós uses these individuals as symbols for the decay that had developed throughout the entire administration. - Benito Pérez Galdós (May 10, 1843 January 4, 1920) was a Spanish realist novelist. Some authorities consider him second only to Cervantes in stature as a Spanish novelist.[1][2] He was the leading literary figure in 19th century Spain. Galdós was a prolific writer, publishing 31 novels, 46 Episodios Nacionales (National Episodes), 23 plays, and the equivalent of 20 volumes of shorter fiction, journalism and other writings.[1] He remains popular in Spain, and galdosistas (Galdós researchers) considered him Spain's equal to Dickens, Balzac and Tolstoy.[1] As recently as 1950, few of his works were available translated to English, although he has slowly become popular in the Anglophone world. While his plays are generally considered to be less successful than his novels, Realidad (1892) is important in the history of realism in the Spanish theatre. The Galdós museum in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, features a portrait of the writer by Joaquín Sorolla. . Influences and characteristics: Galdós was an enthusiastic traveller. His novels display a detailed knowledge of not only Madrid but many other cities, towns and villages of Spain such as Toledo in Angel Guerra. He visited the UK on many occasions, his first trip being in 1883. The descriptions of the various districts and low-life characters that he encountered in Madrid, particularly in Fortunata y Jacinta, are similar to the approaches of Dickens and the French Realist novelists such as Balzac. Galdós also shows a Balzacian interest in technology and crafts, for example the lengthy descriptions of the ropery in La desheredada or the detailed accounts of how the heroine of La de Bringas (1884) embroiders her pictures out of hair. He was also inspired by Émile Zola and Naturalism in which, under the influence of the deterministic philosophy of Hippolyte Taine, writers strove to show how their characters were forged by the interaction of heredity, environment and social conditions race, milieu, et moment. In addition, these writers were keen to suggest that their works were scientific dissections of society. This set of influences is, perhaps, at its clearest in Lo prohibido (188485),[5] which is also noteworthy for being told in the first person by an unreliable narrator who, in addition, dies during the course of the work it pre-dates similar experiments by André Gide such as L'immoraliste. Another influence came from the philosophy of Karl Christian Friedrich Krause, which became influential in Spain mainly due to the influence of the famous educationalist Francisco Giner de los Ríos. The clearest example of this influence on Galdós is in his novel El Amigo Manso (1882). However, it is also clear that the mystical tendencies of krausismo led to his interest in insanity and the strange wisdom that can sometimes be shown by those people who appear to be mad. This becomes a theme of great importance in the works of Galdós from Fortunata y Jacinta onwards, for example in Miau (1888) and his final novel La razón de la sinrazón. All through his literary career, Galdós incurred the wrath of the Catholic press. He attacked what he saw as abuses of entrenched and dogmatic religious power rather than religious faith or Christianity per se. In fact, the need for faith is a very important feature in many of his novels and there are many sympathetic portraits of priests and nuns. . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 480 Grünes Leinen mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln, Kopffarbschnitt und Schutzumschlag.

  • BENITO PÉREZ GALDÓS

    Publicado por EDICIONES RUEDA, J.M., MADRID, 2001

    ISBN 10: 8484470458 ISBN 13: 9788484470458

    Librería: Libreria HYPATIA BOOKS, Sitges, España

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    Encuadernación de tapa dura. Condición: Muy Bien. 1ª edición. NARRATIVA ESPAÑOLA CONTEMPORÁNEA.

  • Perez Galdos, Benito

    Publicado por Guirnldi, Madrid, 1884

    Librería: T. A. Borden Books, Olney, MD, Estados Unidos de America

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    Hardcover. Condición: Very Good+. First Edition. 1/4 green cloth, marbled boards; 2 bookplates, name stamp; paper browned, corners worn, binding firm; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 227 pages.