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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~)
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수록 범위 : 82권 0호 (2017)
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In this paper, we will make an syntactic analysis of the so-called Complex Relative Superlative Constructions(henceforth CRSCs) in Spanish. Bosque & Brucart(2002) and Rohena-Madrazo(2007) explain that the Spanish CRSCs are composed of a definite article, degree quantifiers(mas/menos) and a coda with prepositional phrase. They argue that the definite article is generated out of the relative clauses and does not have a direct relation with the embedded degree quantifier. We will show that the raising of degree quantifier in the CRSCs can be explained according to the Split Comp Hypothesis of Rizzi(1997). With this assumption, we will assume that the D-feature for the superlative interpretation is realized inside of ForceP. We will further show that there is a parametric variation in the Spanish of Puerto Rico, Canaria, Venezuela and Argentina with respect to the realization of the sequence ` el que` in Free Relatives.
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Throughout the history of foreign language education, the role of grammar has changed depending on the needs and priority of dominant methods and approaches; however, “how to teach grammar” has always been and is still very critical and controversial question in language education. This article first presents various perspectives on the pedagogical value of grammar, including communicative language teaching. Next, it suggests the latest perspectives on the role of grammar in teaching Spanish as a foreign language based on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (2002) and its action-oriented approach― a theoretical framework for teaching and learning foreign languages. Finally, this study examines how the two contemporary Spanish textbooks cover grammar: Nuevo ven 1 (2003) and Agencia ELE 1 (2008). In evaluating the two textbooks, the article first presents the comparative analysis on the general organization and then conducts the comparison and contrast between the approaches of grammar and how much the grammar has been conducive to develop and enhance communicative activities. Based on this study, this article will focus on the differences in the role and methods of teaching grammar in communicative approach and action-oriented approach.
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The objective of this study is to analyze the textbooks of the subject `Spanish Composition` and to give a didactic proposal for written expressions in the university context of Korea. First, the grammar-translation method is predominant in the teaching environment and also in most Korean textbooks. According to this method, the main task during the class of Spanish composition is to translate Korean expressions to Spanish one focusing on the grammar and the vocabulary contents. Our study makes an attempt to change the concept of composition: which is from translation to production. Second, historically there are four proposals for teaching written expressions, which is called, the composition guide that includes the following: focus on form, focus on the writer, focus on content, and focus on the reader. An analysis has been made in several textbooks published in Korea, U.S,A., and Spain to verify what approach is used in each book. As for the guide for writing, there is a clear difference between Korea and U.S.A./Spain. Thirdly, a didactic proposal is presented to develop fluency in writing Spanish using a model given by the author of this article. Finally, contributions and limitations from this study are written.
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Azorin is a representative intellectual who assumed the role of analyzing the miserable reality of Spain and tried to improve it with his severe criticism. To overcome lethargy and depression prevailed all over the nation, he argued the Europeanization of Spain which led Spain to enter the industrial society characterized by reason and rapidity. Still, the desire needs of curing the souls and finding real self were there. In La Voluntad, he attempted to resolve the contradictions from an angle of revolutionary anarchist and he suggested return to the nature as a solution of the problems of the era. In this respect, his argument goes along with that of Rousseau who claimed that humankind is good by nature. It is Azorin`s view that the romance and the lively society can be found in nature which recovers the lost innocence, comforts loneliness of marginalized souls, and enables the new way of life so that people reconcile with each other and live in harmony. In his opinion, the nature helps to emerge from one`s destined spiritual isolation, to find oneself in it and to get out of the repressive structure full of oppression and exploitation. Living in a nature means living in a fair and equal society and it lasts forever. Only after realizing the fact it possible to escape from the passion for worldly comfort and distinction. Crying out for the eternal restoration of the innocence is both seeking a new value wanting to get away from a feeling of helplessness and rising in rebellion in the history of Spanish literature and philosophy.
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In this study, we compare the works of Jacinto Grau and Gonzalo Torrente Ballester -El burlador que no se burla(1927) and Don Juan(1963), respectively- with the exemplary works of Don Juan, El Burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra of Tirso de Molina and Don Juan Tenorio of Jose Zorrilla. As we know, through the works of Tirso de Molina and Jose Zorrilla, two fundamental elements of Don Juan works have been developed: the depravation of the protagonist and the double invitation of stone. But in the works of Jacinto Grau and Gonzalo Torrente Ballester, Don Juan becomes a seducer, not a mocker, and the anecdote of the stone`s invitation disappears. In previous works, the double invitation episode carried out the function of punishment against the threat of social structure and blasphemy. However, in the two works of the twentieth century, when modernity is built, the story of the double invitation is replaced by another because it is not scientific. Also, by the development of psychoanalysis, the protagonist becomes the focus of interest. The protagonist of the works of writers of the twentieth century neither deceives nor mocks women. In addition, the hero of Torrente Ballester is very religious and intelligent. The novelist invented a new myth through a reinterpretation of Don Juan.
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This article aims to study the national identity in Mayra Santos-Febres` first novel Sirena Selena vestida de pena(2000), an important topic in the current Puerto Rican cultural debate. Specifically focusing upon the figure of the transvestite, this Afro-Puerto Rican author represents the body not only as a cultural metaphor of Puerto Rican national identity, but also how the subjectivity is constructed and enacted with relation to categories of gender identity. Through the transnational queered body characterized as the simulacrum, disguise, parody and deviation, this novel undoes the concept of identity as a closed categorization and finds a space not regulated by the heteronormative demands of the nation-state or patriarchal society. In this way the dissident bodies(drags, and transvestites) in this novel contribute to explore a contact zone where the transitivity and ambiguity are defining features of the new national identities of Puerto Rico in 21th century.
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Hemingway had more diverse experiences of Spain than any other foreign authors interested in that country, and he reflected his autobiographical experience on his works. Among Hemingway`s many stories involving Spain, his first full-length novel The Sun Also Rises is considered a monumental work of early 20th century modernist literature. It describes in concise style what happens to a group of young people, so-called “lost generation” living aimlessly after losing their goals in life after World War I, as they participate in the Festival of San Fermin in Spain. Visiting Spain and experiencing the festival enables the protagonist to break away from his pessimistic attitude toward life and gain new vitality. As the narrative unfolds, the Spanish elements become important motifs that connect with the story`s message. Research on this topic, however, has received relatively little attention. Accordingly, this study aims to explore the Spanish elements not only as a subject matter in the novel but also in terms of their relevance to the novel`s themes and to deduce their meaning. For this purpose, the specific aspects of “Spain as a healing space,” “the Festival of San Fermin as freedom by deviation”, “bullfighting and bullfighter as a code hero in the arena” and “bullfighting and Hemingway`s writing” that occur in the novel, are examined.
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