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Antología: Junto al Pasig, Consejo de los dioses, Poemas [Paperback]

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Jos Rizal fue el padre de la independencia de Filipinas. Su obra potica tiene un marcado inters en el mejoramiento humano y en la reflexin poltica. Confinado en Fuerte Santiago, en Manila, Rizal escribi al trmino de su vida el poema Mi ltimo adis. Se trata de un texto que sobrecoge por su entereza y la sensacin que transmite el autor de que un destino ntimo y transcendental por igual lo rige en la hora de la muerte. La obra dramtica de Rizal se limita a dos obras teatrales, cada una de un acto que comprende una presentacin de ms o menos treinta minutos. Fueron escritas cuando el autor tena diecinueve y estudiaba en la Universidad de Santo Toms. Junto al Pasig expresa las profecas de Rizal acerca de una Filipinas esclava de los poderes imperialistas. Est escrita en el tradicional romance de octoslabos, propio del Siglo de Oro. El consejo de los dioses refleja las convicciones de Rizal sobre el hispanismo. Escrita el abril de 1880, gan el primer premio en el concurso patrocinado por el Liceo Artstico de Manila. El texto tiene sus races en la educacin clsica recibida por Rizal de los jesuitas del antiguo Ateneo Municipal; mezcla personajes de la mitologa griega junto a Cervantes como tema de polmica de los dioses. Expresa el amor de Rizal hacia la Hispanidad, y muestra al hispanismo como solucin a la ingerencia de fuerzas forneas. Esta antologa comprende las dos obras de teatro que Rizal escribi y una seleccin de sus mejores poemas. Jos Rizal was the father of the Philippine cause for independence from Spain. His poetic works show a marked interest for the improvement of the human condition and serious politicla meditations. While confined to Fort Santiago, in Manila, he penned at the end of his life his last work in verse, "My Last Farewell". The text overwhelms for its completeness and the sensation of a transcendent yet intimate destiny he awaits at the hour of his death. Rizal's dramatic work is limited to two plays, each consisting of one act occupying more or less 30 minutes of stagetime. Both were written when the author was 19 years old and a student at the University of St. Thomas. 'Junto al Pasig' expresses certain prophecies of Rizal regarding a possible domination of the Philippines by new imperial powers. It was written in the traditional octosyllabic romance style, common in the Spanish Golden Age literature. 'El consejo de los dioses', or 'Council of the Gods' reflects Rizal's feelings about Hispanicity. Written in April of 1880, it won first prize in the contest held by the Liceo Artistico de Manila, or Manila Art Institute. The text has its roots in the classical education Rizal received from the Jesuits in the old Ateneo Municipal; it mixes characters from Greek mythology with Cervantes, as a topic of controversy among the gods. It also expresses Rizal's love for Hispanicity, showing the cultural legacy as a solution for preventing the eventual takeover of Filipino culture by foreign forces. This anthology contains both of Rizal's dramatic works and a selection of his most prized poetry.

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Pages   88
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.21"
Weight:   0.27 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Oct 28, 2006
Publisher   Linkgua US
ISBN  8498167485  
ISBN13  9788498167481  

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