El Discurso Postmodernista En La Trilogia Gallega De Camilo Jose Cela

El Discurso Postmodernista En La Trilogia Gallega De Camilo Jose Cela

By: Enrique J. Porrua (author), Janet Perez (preface_author)Hardback

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This work is a study of the "Gallican Trilogy" written by Camilo Jose Cela, consisting of his novels Marzurca para dos muertos (1983), La cruz de San Andres (1994), and Madera de boj (1999). In contrast to the treatment given by Cela to Galizia, his homeland, in some of his previous works, these three novels, all written in the last ten years of his life, he focuses on the three different environments (rural, urban and maritime) as well as in the traditional and modern cultural and idiosyncratic patterns that characterize Galizia, a culturally rich, folkloric and legendary province in northwestern Spain.

About Author

Dr. Enrique J. Porrua currently teaches Spanish Literature at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He received his Ph.D. in Spanish from Texas Tech University.


Agradecimentos; Prefacio; Introduccion; Mazurca para dos muertos: un pie en el postmodernismo; La cruz de san andres; Madera de boj; Conclusion; Notas; Bibliografia; Indice.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773452565
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 268
  • ID: 9780773452565
  • ISBN10: 0773452567

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