Galdós's Segunda Manera: Rhetorical Strategies and Affective Response
U.N.C. Department of Romance Languages, 1998 - 200 halaman
This book explores the change that occurred in the writings of Spanish novelist Benito Perez Galdos when he entered his segunda manera in 1881 with the publication of La desheredada, his first contemporary novel. Critical work on this important phase of Galdos's career has tended to concentrate on the content of his novels, with little attention given to the way in which Galdos conveys that content to the reader. By studying these works in light of how their stories are told, Linda Willem shows that La desheredada marks the beginning of a more sophisticated and varied mode of narrative in Galdos's novels. Through close readings of his first seven contemporary works, Willem shows how the affective response associated with various narrative devices plays a role in the rhetorical strategies of each text.
Apa yang dikatakan orang - Tulis resensi
Kami tak menemukan resensi di tempat biasanya.
NEW TRENDS LA DESHEREDADA AND FORTUNATA Y JACINTA
RECURRING CHARACTERS THE CENTENOTORMENTOBRINGAS
3 bagian lainnya tidak diperlihatkan
able actions Agustín allows Amparo appear attitudes becomes behavior Benito Pérez Galdós Bringas calls Centeno chapter characters concept concerning consciousness Consequently continues conversations conveyed course critical desheredada devices direct discoursive discussion display doctor Centeno effect emotional engaged entire example experience exterior feelings Fiction final Fortunata Fortunata y Jacinta free indirect thought Galdós Galdós's implied implied author important interior views Isidora José María Juanito limited Madrid Manso mental mind Miquis moral narrative narrator narrator's nature negative noted novel passage past perspective point of view political Polo position present present tense reader reading record refer relationship reliability response result reveal rhetorical role Rosalía scene seen segment segunda manera novels situation social society speaking story studies style technique throughout tion Tormento unreliable values various voice volume