Noun Based Constructions in the History of Portuguese and Spanish

'I have more fear of missing out on Your Honor's letters in this mail in Rome'. b. no tengáis miedo de que miedo de que ... 2013), either with the use of the P with DPs or with infinitival clauses.17,18 Bogard and Company Company (1989) ...

Noun Based Constructions in the History of Portuguese and Spanish

This book explores syntactic and semantic change in three types of construction in Spanish and Portuguese: (i) complex determiner phrases with clausal adjunction (el hecho de, o facto de), (ii) complex prepositions/complementizers and complex connectives (sin embargo de/sem embargo de, so(b) pena de), and (iii) complex predicates containing light verbs (dar consejo/conselho de). While these constructions are syntactically different, they are all clause-taking complex expressions containing a noun followed by the functional preposition de ('of'). This book is the first work to use a systematic comparative corpus study to explore these expressions together; this approach allows individual changes to be distinguished from general changes, as well as emphasizing the chronological clustering of changes that involve complex constructions in both languages. By studying mechanisms of language change and their outcomes in two sister languages, Patrícia Amaral and Manuel Delicado Cantero address questions such as: How do complex constructions evolve? How does the meaning of the noun change when considered in isolation and when compared to the meaning of the whole construction? And how do syntactic categories change over time? This study of two closely-related languages reveals distinct developments occurring in parallel, and provides a crucial test case for theories of language change.

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The Body as Capital

Lemebel, Pedro, 17,54. See also Tengo miedo torero Lévi-Strauss, Claude, 58 loca, 163n1. See also Tengo miedo torero Luthor, Lex, 117. See also Superman magical realism, 82 Mala onda, 110, 112. See also Barrio Alto Maná, 99, 103, 105, ...

The Body as Capital

Part III. Novel and Transnational Masculinities -- 9. Glocalized Masculinities of the Barrio Alto -- 10. Materializing the Penis -- 11. Challenging Novel Masculinities -- Conclusion: Of Tropes and Men -- Notes -- Works Cited -- Index

The Diario of Christopher Columbus s First Voyage to America 1492 1493

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The Diario of Christopher Columbus s First Voyage to America  1492 1493

This definitive edition of Columbus's account of the voyage presents the most accurate printed version of his journal available to date. Unfortunately both Columbus's original manuscript, presented to Ferdinand and Isabella along with other evidence of his discoveries, and a single complete copy have been lost for centuries. The primary surviving record of the voyage-part quotation, part summary of the complete copy-is a transcription made by Bartolome de las Casas in the 1530s. This new edition of the Las Casas manuscript presents its entire contents-including notes, insertions, and canceled text-more accurately, completely, and graphically than any other Spanish text published so far. In addition, the new translation, which strives for readability and accuracy, appears on pages facing the Spanish, encouraging on-the- spot comparisons of the translation with the original. Study of the work is further facilitated by extensive notes, documenting differences between the editors' transcription and translation and those of other transcribers and translators and summarizing current research and debates on unanswered current research and debates on unanswered questions concerning the voyage. In addition to being the only edition in which Spanish and English are presented side by side, this edition includes the only concordance ever prepared for the Diario. Awaited by scholars, this new edition will help reduce the guesswork that has long plagued the study of Columbus's voyage. It may shed light on a number of issues related to Columbus's navigational methods and the identity of his landing places, issues whose resolution depend, at least in part, on an accurate transcription of the Diario. Containing day-by-day accounts of the voyage and the first sighting of land, of the first encounters with the native populations and the first appraisals of his islands explored, and of a suspenseful return voyage to Spain, the Diario provides a fascinating and useful account to historians, geographers, anthropologists, sailors, students, and anyone else interested in the discovery-or in a very good sea story. Oliver Dunn received the PH.D. degree from Cornell University. He is Professor Emeritus in Purdue University and a longtime student of Spanish and early history of Spanish America. James E. Kelley, Jr., received the M.A. degree from American University. A mathematician and computer and management consultant by vocation, for the past twenty years he has studied the history of European cartography and navigation in late-medieval times. Both are members of the Society for the History of Discoveries and have written extensively on the history of navigation and on Columbus's first voyage, Although they remain unconvinced of its conclusions, both were consultants to the National geographic Society's 1986 effort to establish Samana Cay as the site of Columbus's first landing.

Aspects of Language Theoretical and applied semantics

... y regaña P14 Entonces muchas veces escapa P15 Si un perrillo amenazado por un perro grande huye P16 Entonces es tomado y muerto P17 Lucanor nunca debe tomar miedo sin razón P18 Lucanor debe pugnar defender fortalezas fronterizas P19 ...

Aspects of Language  Theoretical and applied semantics


The Supernatural Sublime

Hayward, Susan: on masochism, 3, 208; on melodrama, 74,76, 152, 207,255 heterochrony, 226, 280 Hogle, Jerrold L.: on the Gothic, 14, 17, 73, 167, 211; on terror and the feminine, 133, 220 Hollywood: adaptations of, 7; and the Gothic, 9, ...

The Supernatural Sublime

The Supernatural Sublime explores the long-neglected element of the supernatural in films from Spain and Mexico by focusing on the social and cultural contexts of their production and reception, their adaptations of codes and conventions for characters and plot, and their use of cinematic techniques to create the experience of emotion without explanation. Deploying the overarching concepts of the supernatural and the sublime, Raúl Rodríguez-Hernández and Claudia Schaefer detail the dovetailing of the unnatural and the experience of limitlessness associated with the sublime. The Supernatural Sublime embeds the films in the social histories of twentieth- and twenty-first-century Mexico and Spain, both of which made a forced leap into modernity after historical periods founded on official ideologies and circumscribed visions of the nation. Evoking Kant’s definition of the experience of the sublime, Rodríguez-Hernández and Schaefer concentrate on the unrepresentable and the contradictory that oppose purported universal truths and instead offer up illusion, deception, and imagination through cinema, itself a type of illusion: writing with light.

Living the Death of Democracy in Spain

Sinceramente te digo que espero, a no tardar mucho, una noble revancha para Catalun ̃a y los catalanes'.17 Miedo a represalias Otro tema clave para algunos de los exiliados, y que se refleja claramente en la correspondencia de ...

Living the Death of Democracy in Spain

This volume brings together new interdisciplinary perspectives on the Spanish Civil War, its victims, its contentious ending, and its aftermath. In exploring the slow demise of the Spanish Republic and the course of the Civil War, the authors have chosen to range in turn over cinematic, literary and historical depictions of the era. In addition, reactions elsewhere in Europe to the Spanish conflict are examined; the role of the International Brigades is looked at afresh; the fate of children displaced during the Civil War is explored; and the Spanish anarcho-syndicalist movement is revisited. The volume shows that to be any kind of soldier in the armies of the Republic, or even to be seen as a Republican sympathiser, was to become a "non-person" in the new order in Spain under Franco, and sets what supporters of the Republic had to endure within the wider European and international context of the period. This book offers timely fresh insights into the failure of the Spanish Republic and into a society that tried in vain to unite its divided people during what was a seismic era in Spain’s history. This book was originally published as a special issue of Bulletin of Spanish Studies.

Fontica y fonologa espaolas

Volvamos a nuestra pregunta de cómo podemos determinar si las vocales escritas en miedo y vea representan ... Miedo siempre se pronuncia con una “i” breve y deslizada17, lo que gráficamente podríamos representar así: miedo” (la media ...

Fontica y fonologa espaolas

Fonética y fonología españolas has been completely revised and updated for the fourth edition. The text serves as an introduction to the phonetics and phonology of the Spanish language and aids English speaking students in acquiring a (semi-)native pronunciation, while minimizing their foreign accent. Additionally, the text offers an introduction to various phonetic dialects of Spanish in the Americas and Spain.

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Ariel Dorfman

El País, April 17, 1998, 15–16. ''Recomendación para Pinochet: Leer la 'Iliada,' imitar ... El País, November 9, 1986, 16–17. ''Miedo a una guerra civil. ... ''Chile, entre el miedo y la impotencia.'' El País (Madrid), July 2, 1986, 4.

Ariel Dorfman

Ariel Dorfman: An Aesthetics of Hope is a critical introduction to the life and work of the internationally renowned writer, activist, and intellectual Ariel Dorfman. It is the first book about the author in English and the first in any language to address the full range of his writing to date. Consistently challenging assumptions and refusing preconceived categories, Dorfman has published in every major literary genre (novel, short story, poetry, drama); adopted literary forms including the picaresque, epic, noir, and theater of the absurd; and produced a vast amount of cultural criticism. His works are read as part of the Latin American literary canon, as examples of human rights literature, as meditations on exile and displacement, and within the tradition of bilingual, cross-cultural, and ethnic writing. Yet, as Sophia A. McClennen shows, when Dorfman’s extensive writings are considered as an integrated whole, a cohesive aesthetic emerges, an “aesthetics of hope” that foregrounds the arts as vital to our understanding of the world and our struggles to change it. To illuminate Dorfman’s thematic concerns, McClennen chronicles the writer’s life, including his experiences working with Salvador Allende and his exile from Chile during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, and she provides a careful account of his literary and cultural influences. Tracing his literary career chronologically, McClennen interprets Dorfman’s less-known texts alongside his most well-known works, which include How to Read Donald Duck, the pioneering critique of Western ideology and media culture co-authored with Armand Mattelart, and the award-winning play Death and the Maiden. In addition, McClennen provides two valuable appendices: a chronology documenting important dates and events in Dorfman’s life, and a full bibliography of his work in English and in Spanish.

Vocabulario de la lengua Tagala primera y segunda parte En la primera se pone primero el Castellano y despues el Tagalo y en la segunda al contrario compuesto por D de los Santos

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Vocabulario de la lengua Tagala  primera  y segunda parte     En la primera  se pone primero el Castellano  y despues el Tagalo y en la segunda al contrario     compuesto por D  de los Santos


County Business Patterns

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The Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry

Y cuando el miedo llega/ me voy a ver televisión/ para dialogar con mis mentiras. I'm Afraid / Tengo miedo Michelle Gil-Montero, trans. Look at me: fear inhabits me. ... Canto 17: Cumbal Michelle Gil-Montero, trans.

The Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry

The most inclusive single-volume anthology of Latin American poetry intranslation ever produced.

To Overcome Oneself

1687 a 1688,” ARSI, Mex 17, f.543v. 38. Perla Chinchilla Pawling, “Predicación y miedo,” in Una historia de los usos del miedo, ed. Pilar Gonzalbo Aizpuru, Anne Staples, and Valentina Torres Septién (Mexico City: El Colegio de ...

To Overcome Oneself

Examines Jesuit techniques of self-formation, confessional practices, and the relationships between spiritual directors and their subjects that were folded into a dynamic that shaped new concepts of self and fueled the global Catholic missionary movement.

Romance Languages Annual

( 17 ) El miedo que tienen Tota y Tabo de morir les hace moldear su propia realidad absurda ( Zalacaín 68 ) ; sin embargo , en esta realidad llega un tiempo en que se disfunden a causa de su miedo , y tienen que crear , nuevamente y de ...

Romance Languages Annual


Spanish and English Literature of the 16th and 17th Centuries

Ya la destocada noche, de los dos polos en medio daba a la traición espada, mano al hurto, pies al miedo. (2662-5) In short, El caballero de Olmedo has a moral argument which is well developed and carried through, and at the same time ...

Spanish and English Literature of the 16th and 17th Centuries

A series of essays by Edward M. Wilson, originally published in 1980, and written at various stages of his career.

All My Relatives

Throughout the individual and group narratives , juxtaposed to the word miedo is coraje ( anger ) , which , as one critic notes , represents " una toma de conciencia ( an awareness ) " ( Rodríguez del Pino , La novela chicana , 17-18 ) ...

All My Relatives

Challenges the prevailing notion that the work of all American writers reflects a sense of determined individualism

Narratives of the War on Terror

26456a17cae4> Rothstein, Adam (2015). Drone. New York: Bloomsbury Academic. Scott, Catherine V. (2007). 'Rescue in the Age of Empire: Children, Masculinity, and the War on Terror.' (En)gendering the War on Terror.

Narratives of the War on Terror

Challenging the predominantly Euro-American approaches to the field, this volume brings together essays on a wide array of literary, filmic and journalistic responses to the decade-long wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Shifting the focus from so-called 9/11 literature to narratives of the war on terror, and from the transatlantic world to Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, the Afghan-Pak border region, South Waziristan, Al-Andalus and Kenya, the book captures the multiple transnational reverberations of the discourses on terrorism, counter-terrorism and insurgency. These include, but are not restricted to, the realignment of geopolitical power relations; the formation of new terrorist networks (ISIS) and regional alliances (Iraq/Syria); the growing number of terrorist incidents in the West; the changing discourses on security and technologies of warfare; and the leveraging of fundamental constitutional principles. The essays featured in this volume draw upon, and critically engage with, the conceptual trajectories within American literary debates, postcolonial discourse and transatlantic literary criticism. Collectively, they move away from the trauma-centrism and residual US-centrism of early literary responses to 9/11 and the criticism thereon, while responding to postcolonial theory’s call for a historical foregrounding of terrorism, insurgency and armed violence in the colonial-imperial power nexus. This book was originally published as a special issue of the European Journal of English Studies.

Aramaic Old Testament

17 ميدو أفغة جخ هذجمهاهم ؛ فجمبع حده امس واجته:" هجكهة ج حين اكة: هجؤبنه جبيكبخمهامي. * و فخوضه هو لا ضجم لا خجه أكة في خد هو خذيهتم خوضه وجدد ة هاتفية بين ممي جمج ضائه إحتجاج كه خجةجاه جانغها دفئة . فمحفهي: به جيوجد بينها هجومية بحجس ...

Aramaic Old Testament