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Antología Abierta De Literatura Hispana

(12 reviews)

Julie Ann Ward, University of Oklahoma

Pub Date: 2017

Publisher: Rebus Community

Language: Spanish

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Reviewed by Meredith Jeffers, Associate Professor of Spanish, Metropolitan State University of Denver on 7/8/19

As of the date of this review (7.7.19), the online edition of this textbook is considerably more comprehensive than the PDF download. As mentioned by previous reviewers, the PDF version is comprised of 9 chapters, each representing a different... read more

 

Reviewed by Juanita Devereaux, Senior Spanish Instructor II, University of Oregon on 6/12/19

Editor Dr. Julie Ann Ward, co-editors Alice Barrett and Kaylee Bradberry and a team of 23 contributing student editors from the University of Oklahoma compiled a wide range of literary texts from nine writers, seven centuries and six countries in... read more

 

Reviewed by Pablo Pastrana-Pérez, Associate Professor, Western Michigan University on 5/31/19

This anthology includes nine reading selections by nine distinct authors from a wide-ranging selection of places. There are three poems and six short works of prose, in all ranging from one to thirteen pages, thus making the selections highly... read more

 

Reviewed by Gonzalo Baptista, Assistant Professor, Emory and Henry College on 4/12/19

The textbook covers a good range of topics and authors, those within the canon (Darío, Quiroga, Pardo Bazán, Gómez de Avellaneda, Don Juan Manuel, Cristóbal Colón o Storni) as well as various marginal voices (Juana Manso de Noronha and La Condesa... read more

 

Reviewed by Lisa Notman, Adjunct Instructor of Spanish, Portland State University on 4/7/19

The editor is clear in her introduction that this is the beginning of what she hopes will be a larger project. In it's current form it feels a little random and it's difficult to understand why particular authors were selected to be a part of the... read more

 

Reviewed by Lucy  Morris, Lecturer , James Madison University on 3/11/19

This anthology strives to provide a sample of texts which span from some of the earliest expressions of Hispanic literature, in the 13th century, to the early 20th century. Not only do we get to experience a cross-view of time, with corresponding... read more

 

Reviewed by Oleski Miranda Navarro, Visiting Assistant Professor , Augustana College on 11/15/18

La antología está concebida con textos de nueve autores nacidos entre el siglo XIII y el siglo XIX. El índice es claro y cada sección se compone de una introducción al autor, un texto anotado y una bibliografía. read more

 

Reviewed by Pablo Serna, Spanish Instructor - Romance Languages & Literatures Acad. Advisor, University of Missouri on 11/6/18

All material is pertinent to the title and the index is clear. The span of time for the texts used, makes this book an useful tool for Introductory Literature levels but not for advanced courses. read more

 

Reviewed by Carlos Bertoglio, Assistant Professor, Southern Utah University on 6/19/18

This is an open anthology so it is hard to judge this text based on its comprehensiveness since from its very title it is indicated that this is not intended to be a closed, complete text. As it stands now, this anthology is a miscellaneous... read more

 

Reviewed by Maria Jose Bordera-Amerigo, Associate Professor, Randolph-Macon College on 5/21/18

This text is a magnificent initiative that includes the participation of both students and Faculty of the University of Oklahoma Spanish program. The book is an anthology of nine authors from the Hispanic World. It includes both canonical... read more

 

Reviewed by Fernando Rojas-Galván, Instructor of Spanish, Clatsop Community College, Astoria, Oregon on 5/21/18

The book is comprehensive, useful, and beneficial for those wishing to teach, learn, and examine Hispanic Literature. read more

 

Reviewed by Jose Fabara, Lecturer, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY on 5/21/18

This is an unusual book and I can't really argue that it is comprehensive. If you are teaching Spanish literature, this would not be the book I would choose. The readings cover a huge span of time--13th Century to the early 20th Century. I am not... read more

 

Table of Contents

  • Prefacio
  • Reconocimientos

Parte I. Rubén Darío

  • Introducción
  • A Roosevelt
  • Bibliografía

Parte II. Horacio Quiroga

  • 1. Introducción
  • 2. El hijo
  • 3. Bibliografía

Parte III. Emilia Pardo Bazán

  • 4. Introducción
  • 5. Las medias rojas
  • 6. Bibliografía

Parte IV. Gertrudis Gómez De Avellaneda

  • 7. Introducción
  • 8. Al partir
  • 9. Bibliografía

Parte V. Don Juan Manuel

  • 10. Introducción
  • 11. Lo que sucedió a un mancebo el día que se casó
  • 12. Bibliografía

Parte VI. Cristóbalcolón

  • 13. Introducción
  • 14. Carta a Luis de Santángel
  • 15. Bibliografía

Parte VII. Alfonsinastorni

  • 16. Introducción
  • 17. Peso Ancestral
  • 18. Bibliografía

Parte VIII. Juana Mansode Noronha

  • 19. Introducción
  • 20. Emancipación moral de la mujer
  • 21. Bibliografía

Parte IX. La Condesa De Merlin

  • 22. Introducción
  • 23. Viaje a la Habana: Carta 1
  • 24. Bibliografía

About the Book

Una antología crítica de textos literarios del mundo hispanohablante. Se enfoca en autores canónicos y también se intenta incluir voces marginadas. Cada texto tiene una introducción y anotaciones creadas por estudiantes.

A critical anthology of literary texts from the Spanish-speaking world. A focus on canonical authors and an attempt to include voices that have been marginalized. Each text includes an introduction and annotations created by students.

About the Contributors

Author

Julie Ann Ward joined the faculty of the University of Oklahoma in 2014 as Assistant Professor of 20th- and 21st-Century Latin American Literature. Her research focuses on representations of the real in contemporary Latin America, with a particular focus on Mexican drama, narrative, and performance. Dr. Ward’s publications on this topic have appeared in Theatre Journal, TransModernity, Latin American Theatre Review, Revista de Literatura Mexicana Contemporánea, and Paso de Gato, as well as the Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy and the Routledge Companion to Gender, Sex and Latin American Culture. She is the General Editor of student-generated Open Educational Resource, the Antología abierta de literatura hispana.