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    October 22, 2019

    texto completo Chile Y La Guerra Civil Española online Disciplinas auxiliares

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Google Drive Fourth title of the collection Hispano-America and the civil war, that studies and shows the impact that the war had on the intellectuals of Hispano-America, where it generated a fiery dialogue on the duties of the writer and became an almost ineludible subject. Chile and the war Civil Spanish. The voice of the intellectuals includes substantial general introductions, dealing with the political and cultural situation of the country, as well as the impact of the war on politics and especially on the intellectual field. It then offers a selection of texts, which are not limited to the works of canonical figures, but encompasses numerous intellectuals who embody their experience or their vision of civil war. Witnesses to the war, as well as media editors and columnists, assume in their own way the role of intellectuals during the conflict. On October 13, 1938, a charity gala was celebrated at the Teatro-Circo Caupolicán in Santiago de Chile, commemorating the seventh anniversary of the proclamation of the Spanish Republic. The poet Pablo Neruda, who had arrived from Spain in October of the previous year, was particularly shocking, as reported in a pamphlet published a few days later "when framing, with the filming of bombings on Madrid And Barcelona, his personal impressions, with a force of emotion such that he drew phrases of pain and anger to the crowd. Words and images were a dramatic audiovisual show. Seventy-five years later, we can still feel the rhetorical and emotional intensity of that speech. To recover the words of so many Chilean writers, left and right, who felt the Spanish civil war as theirs and who left the testimony of their commotion in Texts often forgotten or lost in pamphlets, magazines and newspapers, has been one of the objectives of the long research that culminates in this work: thousands of poems, articles, stories and chronicles of over one hundred and fifty authors and eleven documented media . The analysis of the trajectories of so many authors, many of them little known or unknown, also serves to clarify an exciting and controversial moment of the relations between Spain and Chile.Fourth title of the collection Hispano-America and the civil war, that studies and Shows the impact that the war had on the intellectuals of Hispano-America, where it generated a fiery dialogue on the duties of the writer and became an almost ineludible subject. Chile and the war Civil Spanish. The voice of the intellectuals includes general introductions, dealing with the political and cultural situation of the country, as well as the impact of the war on politics and especially on the intellectual field. It then offers a selection of texts, which are not limited to the works of canonical figures, but encompasses numerous intellectuals who embody their experience or their vision of civil war. Witnesses to the war, as well as the media editors and columnists, assumes in their own way the role of intellectuals during the conflict. On October 13, 1938, the Charity Gala was celebrated at the Teatro-Circo Caupolicán in Santiago de Chile, commemorating the seventh anniversary of the proclamation of the Spanish Republic. The poet Pablo Neruda, who had arrived from Spain in October of the previous year, was particularly shocking, as reported in a pamphlet published a few days later "when framing, with the filming of bombings on Madrid and Barcelona, his personal impressions, with A force of emotion such that he drew phrases of pain and anger to the crowd. "Words and images were a playful audiovisual show." Seventy-five years later, we can still feel the rhetorical and emotional intensity of that speech. So many Chilean writers, left and right, who felt the Spanish civil war theirs and who left the testimony of their commotion in Texts often forgotten or lost in pamphlets, magazines and newspapers, has been one of the objectives of the long research that culminates In this work: thousands of poems, articles, stories and chronicles of over one hundred and fifty authors and eleven documented media. The analysis of the trajectories of many authors, many of them little known or unk Nown, also serves to clarify an exciting and controversial moment of relations between Spain and Chile. Chile Y La Guerra Civil Española Registrate ahora para tener acceso a miles de libros disponibles para su descarga gratuita. El libro esta disponible en PDF, epub, audiolibro y muchos mas formatos. El registro es gratuito.

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