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스페인어문학(구 서어서문연구)검색

Estudios Hispanicos


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 서반어문
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1738-2130
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 : 서어서문연구(~2004) → 스페인어문학(2005~)
논문제목
수록 범위 : 78권 0호 (2016)
6,500
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This paper aims to explain possessive noun phrases with double possessor reference in Spanish: su casa de Juan. The usual explanation for the possessive duplications in Spanish has been based on a way of mitigating reference ambiguity of the pronoun su(s) which is a unique form that covers different numbers, persons and genders of possessors. This construction was present in Medieval Spanish but was lost in modern Peninsular Spanish except very limited use like su casa de usted(es). However it has remained alive in some American Spanish dialects. Nowadays it is spreading not only into modern Mexican-Andean Spanish but also into modern Peninsular Spanish. In American Spanish language contact might have taken place between Spanish and Indigenous Languages like Nahuatl or Quechua. In this study I verify the transference of corresponding structures of Indigenous Languages in American Spanish. I intend to describe unique and distinctive aspects of possessive duplications among Medieval Spanish, Mexican Spanish and Andean Spanish in detail as a result of the contrastive study and give a plausible explanation for each case from the cognitive perspective.
6,900
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The great popularity of La Celestina soon causes enormous proliferation of various forms of imitation that begin to appear from 1513. Among diverse types of imitation of La Celestina, the Segunda Celestina of Feliciano de Silva holds a special place because it created a new form of imitation which may be called as “Continuation” or “Cyclic Literature.” Silva reconstructs the world created by Rojas through the resurrection of Celestina appropriating the characters associated with her and her memories of events in La Celestina. This memory in the Segunda Celestina mainly serves to justify the cyclical link between the two works and helps to solve the unfinished episodes in La Celestina. It also functions as a source of experience and a lesson, with which the characters behave in order to avoid disaster. This brings the modification of the structural framework and the drastic change in the ending of the work. Through this structuralization, Silva legitimizes his work as a true continuation of La Celestina. At the same time, Silva tries to create his own literary world within the structural framework built by Rojas. With the introduction of the double intrigue he intensifies the readers`` interest in the work and converts Celestina into a comic figure. In addition, by introducing the secret marriage, Silva distorts Rojas’ literary world which is filled with pessimism and gives a challenge against the ideology of the author of La Celestina. This defiant attitude of Silva will be followed up by later continuators.
5,900
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Cela’s novel, The Family of Pascual Duarte, has been viewed largely as a work continuing the tradition of the Spanish picaresque novel based on an autobiographical form of writing, crafted from the perspective of ‘tremendismo,’ a literary style aimed at taking realism to the extreme, dealing with human beings’ solitude, alienation and frustration in an existentialist vein, and depicting the sordid and dark aspects of human life with grotesque imagery. However, this novel’s significance lies not only in the novelty of its content but also in its formal reform, an aspect that has not received due attention. We intend to investigate the new outlook of the novel deriving from formal reform that entails techniques such as varied perspectives propelled by multiple narrators, memory-driven narrative, and multifaceted character description. In this light, Cela’s novel may be thought of as an endeavor to formulate different aesthetics for the genre by renovating narrative techniques, rather than to merely materialize aesthetics of realism in which the protagonist, condemned to death and on the brink of perishing, attempts to present a faithful account of his life by enlisting an autobiographical technique. In the final analysis, we can say Cela introduced a novel which ultimately allows the reader to reconstruct it by awakening her hardened sensibility through formal reform and transforming her into an active agent.
6,700
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Edmundo Paz-Soldan emerged on the international scene in the context of McOndo anthology, which is characterized for proclaiming a neo individualistic aesthetic on the postmodern platform. Nevertheless, in Palacio Quemado(2006), he seems a writer interested in the Bolivian history, taking up some historical facts in order to develop a proposal on La Paz and Cochabamba instead of the mythical town Rio Fugitivo, as in his previous novels. This article points out that although the author expresses an historical awareness, the historical references in the novel are based on his autobiography and his essays as socio-political analyst. Consequently, in the novel, there is particular view of the plurinational project proclaimed by the President Evo Morales. In order to achieve our objective, the first paragraph introduces the context of the publication of this novel, its importance in the United States and Latin America. The second part examines the contents of the political essay that are included in the novelized narration. And, the third section analyses the incorporation and adaptation of the elements of the novel from the autobiography towards the national history. Finally, in the fourth section, we will set out to present the project plurinacional against the problem of racism.
6,800
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Carlism can be considered one of the most interesting political phenomenon in contemporary Spain. It is also known as one of the oldest ideologies in Spain. With more than 180 years of life, it appeared in history as a movement of peasants and small landlords with the support of the lower clergy, who fought for the defense of communal and charter rights under the flag of Carlos Maria Isidro, who was considered the successor of his brother Fernando VII. Despite its marginality, it still survives in our days and its long life shows that it has been consequent with its origins. Our work aims to find the origins of said movement in the period of crisis of the Old Regime, which removes the temptation of considering carlism as just a simple dynastic crisis. However, due to the multiple interests and aspirations that it came to agglutinate, due to the diverse social groups which it represented and due to its multifaceted nature, carlism is defined as a political phenomenon of great complexity. After the Throne and Altar of the royalist proclamations, thousands of hopes were projected, allowing the movilization of crowds and starting civil wars. This study allows us to observe that carlism was born as an offer from the Old Regime to modern society, as an extension against the liberal project of its elimination, as a rejection to a standardized constitutionalism, with a challenge difficult to fit among the precapitalist groups.
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