Abel Sanchez and Other Stories

Miguel De Unamuno. Abel Sanches and Other Stories Miguel de Unamuno Introduction by Mario J. Waldes ABEL SANCHEZ ABEL SANCHEZ AND OTHER STORIES By MIGUEL de. Front Cover.

Abel Sanchez and Other Stories

A book to challenge the status quo, spark a debate, and get people talking about the issues and questions we face as a country!

God and the Victim

Miguel de Unamuno , " Abel Sanchez " and Other Stories , trans . Anthony Kerrigan ( Chicago : Henry Regnery Company , 1956 ) , pp . 58-59 . 18. Erich Zenger , " ' Das Blut deines Bruders screit zu mir ' ( Gen.

God and the Victim

Written by teachers, theologians, and practitioners well known for their expertise in the field, God and the Victim probes and examines issues of evil, justice, victimization, and forgiveness. Working from the view that crime is primarily a spiritual issue, the authors look at examples of victimization in the Bible for guidance about how we can better minister to victims today. --from publisher description.

The Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature N Z

Work by Abel Sanchez- Ed., intro., and notes Jose Luis Abe- llan. Madrid: Castalia, 1985. Abel Sanchez, and Other Stories. Trans, and intro. Anthony Kerrigan. Chicago: Gateway, 1970. Love and Pedagogy. Trans. Michael Vande Berg.

The Feminist Encyclopedia of Spanish Literature  N Z

Spanish literature includes some of the world's greatest works and authors. It is also one of the most widely studied. This reference looks at the literature of Spain from the perspective of women's studies. Though the volume focuses on the literature of Spain written in Castilian, it also includes survey entries on the present state of women's literature in Catalan, Galician, and Basque. Included are hundreds of alphabetically arranged entries for numerous topics related to Spanish literature, including: -Literary periods and genres -Significant characters and character types -Major authors and works -Various specialized topics Each entry discusses how the topic relates to women's studies. Entries for male authors discuss their attitudes toward women. Female writers are considered for the restrictive cultural contexts in which they wrote. Specific works are examined for their representations of female characters and their handling of women's issues. Each entry is written by an expert contributor and closes with a brief bibliography. The volume concludes with a list of works for further reading.

Madness Love and Tragedy in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spain

Lee, Dorothy H. “Joaquín Monegro in Unamuno's 'Abel Sánchez' thrice Exile—Cain/Esau/Satan. ... Orringer, Nelson R. “Civil War Within: The Clash between Sources of Unamuno's 'Abel Sánchez'. ... Abel Sanchez and Other Stories. 3rd ed.

Madness  Love and Tragedy in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Spain

How do Spanish writers of the 19th and 20th century define and represent madness, a basic and controversial aspect of world culture, and how do the different conceptions of madness intersect with love, religion, politics, and other literary themes in Spanish society? This multi-author book analyzes the theme of madness in formative masterpieces of Spanish literature of the 19th and 20th century through the use of relevant critical and theoretical approaches. In this context, authors studied in this book include Juan Valera, Leopoldo Alas Clarín, Emilia Pardo Bazán, Caterina Albert, Benito Pérez Galdós, Miguel de Unamuno, and Juan Goytisolo, among others.

Abel S nchez

A NOTE ON EDITIONS Abel Sánchez was first published in 1917 by Editorial Renacimiento , Madrid . ... TRANSLATION INTO ENGLISH Abel Sánchez has been translated into English by Anthony Kerrigan , Abel Sánchez and Other Stories ...

Abel S  nchez

Miguel de Unamuno (1864-1936) is the towering intellectual giant of early twentieth-century Spain. He wrote novels, plays, poetry and many essays, but is best remembered for his fictional works and for his major philosophical meditation on the nature of existence. Abel Sanchez was published in 1917 and is perhaps Unamuno's most harrowing novel. Consisting mainly of dialogue it narrates the life of one man, Abel Sanchez, and his problematical relationship with his friend, Joaquin. Abel becomes more sucessful than Joaquin and is happier, and parallels are drawn between the Biblical story of Cain and Abel. At the end of the novel after a lifetime of torment Joaquin grabs Abel, who has a weak heart, by the throat and he dies; Joaquin himself dies shortly afterwards. In its concentration on issues of identity, personality and the insecurities of existence, it stands out amoung Unamuno's works as a profoundly unsettling account of man's existence and his relationship to other people. John Macklin's edition provides a new English translation alongside the Spanish text, together with a substantial introduction.

Cultural Hermeneutics

Works by Miguel de Unamuno Abel Sánchez and Other Stories. Trans. Anthony Kerrigan. Washington, DC: Regnery, 1996. La agonía del cristianismo. Madrid: Compañía Ibero Americana, 1931. The Agony of Christianity. Trans. Kurt F. Reinhardt.

Cultural Hermeneutics

In Cultural Hermeneutics, Mario J. Valdés offers a synthesis of the hermeneutic philosophies of Miguel de Unamuno and Paul Ricoeur, a dialectical method that has formed the basis for many of Valdés' own studies in comparative literature. As Valdés explains in these insightful essays, what Unamuno and Ricoeur shared in their hermeneutic studies was a theory of interpretation in which the meaning of a work of art comes into existence through the dialectical relationship between its creator and its readers, listeners, or viewers. Contextualizing this hermeneutic concept as it appears in the works of both philosophers, Cultural Hermeneutics presents the basis for a profound understanding of the arts.

Encyclopedia of Ethics

“Abel Sanchez.” In his Abel Sanchez and Other Stories. Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1956 [1917]. A curious defense of the envious individual, in which some of the blame for envy is shifted onto the person who causes it. Lester H. Hunt ...

Encyclopedia of Ethics

The editors, working with a team of 325 renowned authorities in the field of ethics, have revised, expanded and updated this classic encyclopedia. Along with the addition of 150 new entries, all of the original articles have been newly peer-reviewed and revised, bibliographies have been updated throughout, and the overall design of the work has been enhanced for easier access to cross-references and other reference features. New entries include * Cheating * Dirty hands * Gay ethics * Holocaust * Journalism * Political correctness * and many more.

Three Spanish Philosophers

Abel Sánchez and Other Stories. Transl. Anthony Kerrigan. Chicago: Henry Regnery Company, 1956 [a translation of Abel Sánchez and a few additional stories from various books]. San Manuel Bueno, mártir. Transl. by Francisco de Segovia ...

Three Spanish Philosophers

An introduction to the thought of three major philosophers of twentieth-century Spain.

Selected Works of Miguel de Unamuno Volume 7

Ficciones: Four Stories and a Play Miguel de Unamuno Anthony Kerrigan, Martin Nozick. one of the stories included in San ... 145-60), and in book form (in Abel Sánchez and Other Stories, Chicago, 1956). No other translations of this ...

Selected Works of Miguel de Unamuno  Volume 7

Unwilling to be bound by the categories of religion, Unamuno rejected the laws that distinguish one literary genre from another. Thus, some of Unamuno's finest essays are short stories, and vice versa. Included in this volume are four stories: Tia Tula; The Novel of Don Sandalio, Chess Player; The Madness of Doctor Montarco; Saint Manuel Bueno, Martyr and the play The Other. Originally published in 1976. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Unamuno

WORKS OF MIGUEL DE UNAMUNO Abel Sanchez and Other Stories ( “ Abel Sánchez ” ; “ The Madness of Doctor Montarco ” ; “ Saint Emmanuel the Good , Martyr ” ) . Trans . , with introduction , by Anthony Kerrigan . Chicago : Regnery , 1956 .

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Education and the Limits of Reason

Abel Sanchez and other stories (A. Kerrigan,Trans.). Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing. Unamuno, M. de (2000). Mist: A tragicomic novel (W. Fite, Trans.). Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press. Vandenberg, D. (2002).

Education and the Limits of Reason

In recent decades, a growing body of educational scholarship has called into question deeply embedded assumptions about the nature, value and consequences of reason. Education and the Limits of Reason extends this critical conversation, arguing that in seeking to investigate the meaning and significance of reason in human lives, sources other than non-fiction educational or philosophical texts can be helpful. Drawing on the work of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and Nabokov, the authors demonstrate that literature can allow us to see how reason is understood and expressed, contested and compromised – by distinctive individuals, under particular circumstances, in complex and varied relations with others. Novels, plays and short stories can take us into the workings of a rational or irrational mind and show how the inner world of cognitive activity is shaped by external events. Perhaps most importantly, literature can prompt us to ask searching questions of ourselves; it can unsettle and disturb, and in so doing can make an important contribution to our educational formation. An original and thought provoking work, Education and the Limits of Reason offers a fresh perspective on classic texts by Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and Nabokov, and encourages readers to reconsider conventional views of teaching and learning. This book will appeal to a wide range of academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of education, literature and philosophy.

A Study Guide for Miguel de Unamuno s Saint Emmanuel the Good Martyr

In his Introduction to Abel Sanchez and Other Stories (1956), in which "Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr" is published, Anthony Kerrigan described Unamuno's stories as sparse, unstylistic, the bare bones of narratives; but then they are ...

A Study Guide for Miguel de Unamuno s  Saint Emmanuel the Good  Martyr

A Study Guide for Miguel de Unamuno's "Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.

Princeton Alumni Weekly

Abel Sánchez and Other Stories , Miguel de Unamuno ( Translated from the Spanish and with an Introduction by Anthony Kerrigan ) , Henry Regnery , $ 1.25 . NAMUNO's scorn for the mediocrity and falsity of much of human endeavor is ...

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Wandering through Guilt

102 Miguel de Unamuno, Abel Sanchez and Other Stories (Washington, D.C.: Regnery Publishing, 1996), 24. 103Quinones made this interesting observation: “[...] although secularized these stories must keep on bringing some mystery of the ...

Wandering through Guilt

The first comprehensive study on the pattern of guilt and wandering in literature, this book examines the relationship between the two complex concepts as they appear in twentieth-century novels, positing its methodological premises on archetypal criticism and both close and distant reading, but also drawing on psychology, anthropology, mythology, and religion. This research deciphers a common paradigm and literary representation whose archetype within Western literature is found in the biblical figure of Cain, while presenting a critical framework valid for boundary-crossing comparative approaches. From Graham Greene’s The Power and the Glory and Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano, to Wolfgang Koeppen’s Death in Rome and Ōoka Shōhei’s Fires on the Plain, this book is not merely a thematic study, but an analysis of the literary phenomena that appear in those novels where the sense of guilt is controversially subjective, or so collective as to be perceived as universal, as is often the case with war and postwar literature. Di Gennaro goes beyond the analysis of explicit rewritings of the story of Cain, in order to uncover the monomyth through its rhetorical structures and mythical methods. The wasteland with no religion; the lost, abandoned garden; the classical and religiously-corrupted city; and the tropical, cannibalistic island at war are the respective settings of these narratives, where the issue is neither homelessness nor journeying, but, rather, the desperate and futile movement toward self-consciousness, or self-destruction. After the Second World War, much was silenced rather than left unsaid. This study retraces those silent cries over history through the powerful literary marks of myths.

The Reception of Byron in Europe

(1972) A Literary History ofSpain, London: Benn; New York: Barnes & Noble. (1988) 'Byron and Spain', in Byron and Europe, Renaissance and Modern Studies, 32: 45-59. Unamuno, Miguel de (1956) Abel Sánchez and Other Stories, trans.

The Reception of Byron in Europe