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Cuentos Coreanos De Tradici N Oral

Author : Im Sokche
ISBN : 847962406X
Genre : Education
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Como en otras muchas culturas, en Corea la literatura oral en lengua autóctona es muy anterior a sus formas escritas en chino o en hangul, la escritura coreana, y, con el paso del tiempo, constituyó uno de los fermentos que dieron vida a la literatura escrita. Postergados durante largo tiempo, los estudios de la tradición oral en la actualidad reciben la atención que les corresponde por parte de investigadores y académicos, recuperando así un sitio privilegiado en el canon de la literatura clásica coreana.
Category: Education

Mexican Folk Narrative From The Los Angeles Area

Author : Elaine K. Miller
ISBN : 9780292741430
Genre : Social Science
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Urban Los Angeles is the setting in which Elaine Miller has collected her narratives from Mexican-Americans. The Mexican folk tradition, varied and richly expressive of the inner life not only of a people but also of the individual as each lives it and personalizes it, is abundantly present in the United States. Since it is in the urban centers that most Mexican-Americans have lived, this collection represents an important contribution to the study of that tradition and to the study of the changes urban life effects on traditional folklore. The collection includes sixty-two legendary narratives and twenty traditional tales. The legendary narratives deal with the virgins and saints as well as with such familiar characters as the vanishing hitchhiker, the headless horseman, and the llorona. Familiar characters appear in the traditional tales—Juan del Oso, Blancaflor, Pedro de Ordimalas, and others. Elaine Miller concludes that the traditional tales are dying out in the city because tale telling itself is not suited to the fast pace of modern urban life, and the situations and characters in the tales are not perceived by the people to be meaningfully related to the everyday challenges and concerns of that life. The legendary tales survive longer in an urban setting because, although containing fantastic elements, they are related to the beliefs and hopes of the narrator—even in the city one may be led to buried treasure on some dark night by a mysterious woman. The penchant of the informants for the fantastic in many of their tales often reflects their hopes and fears, such as their dreams of suddenly acquiring wealth or their fears of being haunted by the dead. Miller closely observes the teller's relation to the stories—to the duendes, the ánimas, Death, God, the devil—and she notes the tension on the part of the informant in his relation to their religion. The material is documented according to several standard tale and motif indices and is placed within the context of the larger body of Hispanic folk tradition by the citation of parallel versions throughout the Hispanic world. The tales, transcribed from taped interviews, are presented in colloquial Spanish accompanied by summaries in English.
Category: Social Science

Mitolog A Cubana

Author : Samuel Feijóo
ISBN : 9789593140010
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El Nino Que Queria Volar

Author : Felix Diaz Rivera
ISBN : 9781449074968
Genre : Fiction
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Este libro trata sobre un humilde muchacho hijo de un pescador que tiene el sueno en convertirse en ingeniero civil para transformar su humilde y pobre aldea en un pueblo de renombre. Este relato tiene su origen a mediados del siglo diecisiete cuando mi isla hermosa de Puerto Rico era una colonia de Espana. Para aquel entonces no era facil conseguir un titulo profesional, ya que solamente las personas adineradas eran los unicos que podian viajar para Espana y otras partes de Europa para estudiar en las prestigiosas universidades del Viejo Mundo. En cambio, Pedrito con sus esperanzas y sacrificios empieza su camino para lograr sus metas poco a poco y con perseverancia y Fe en Dios puede viajar a Espana para estudiar en la Universidad de Madrid. Este relato esta repleto de intrigas, y conflictos reales. Te conmovera la curiosidad de Pedrito y su inocencia y talvez, al leer esta hermosa historia te acordaras de tu ninez y de tus propias vivencias. Este relato te mantendra en expectativa y tu deseo de continuar leyendo, pues contiene mucho suspenso. La narrativa de varias situaciones simultaneamente te robaran la atencion y permitiran que te hagas participe en tratar de adivinar que pasara luego. Se muy bien que disfrutaras leer esta hermosa historia, del mismo modo que yo lo he hecho escribiendola.
Category: Fiction

Perro Que Habl Y M S Cuentos Mayas

Author : James D. Sexton
ISBN : 9780806186405
Genre : History
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In the delightful Mayan folktale The Dog Who Spoke, we learn what happens when a dog’s master magically transforms into a dog-man who reasons like a man but acts like a dog. This and the other Mayan folktales in this bilingual collection brim with the enchanting creativity of rural Guatemala’s oral culture. In addition to stories about ghosts and humans turning into animals, the volume also offers humorous yarns. Hailing from the Lake Atitlán region in the Guatemalan highlands, these tales reflect the dynamics of, and conflicts between, Guatemala’s Indian, Ladino, and white cultures. The animals, humans, and supernatural forces that figure in these stories represent Mayan cultural values, social mores, and history. James D. Sexton and Fredy Rodríguez-Mejía allow the thirty-three stories to speak for themselves—first in the original Spanish and then in English translations that maintain the meaning and rural inflection of the originals. Available in print for the first time, with a glossary of Indian and Spanish terms, these Guatemalan folktales represent generations of transmitted oral culture that is fast disappearing and deserves a wider audience.
Category: History

Una Y Otra Vez

Author : Grimaldo Salazar, Leonel.
ISBN : 9789586929387
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Todos hemos vivido momentos de desasosiego, de tristeza, de soledad, de dolor, así como momentos de alegía, de euforia y de entusiasmo. Esa es la vida, un ir y venir por caminos insospechados, rumbo a un solo fin: la felicidad.
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Nelly

Author : Paula Navarro
ISBN : 9780615331232
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Nelly, la vida de una mujer mexicana, nos pinta una sociologia del Siglo XX en Mexico. Narrada con todo el amor de una abuela, endulzada por una genealogia de historias y escalonadas de estratos sociales. Su infancia a principios de siglo en la capital, su adolescencia repartida por el centro de la Republica y su vida de casada paralela al ferrocarril desde donde proyecto su vida.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mexican Tales And Legends From Los Altos

Author : Stanley Linn Robe
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173023418438
Genre : Contes - Mexique - Jalisco, Altos de
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Cuentos Maravillosos

Author : Antonio Rodríguez Almodóvar
ISBN : IND:30000000710768
Genre : Social Science
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