By Vicente Blasco Ibáñez

ISBN-10: 8491051198

ISBN-13: 9788491051190

Los mejores libros jamás escritos Edición de Ángela Ena Bordonada, catedrática de literatura española en l. a. Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Cañas y barro, novela de l. a. Albufera, es l. a. última de las «novelas valencianas» de Blasco Ibáñez. Es una obra primary por el modo en que combina l. a. herencia del naturalismo decimonónico y las nuevas tendencias literarias: representa l. a. encrucijada cultural que supuso el modernismo. Aparecida en 1902, debe sumarse a las míticas novelas que en ese año publican Unamuno, Baroja, Azorín y Valle-Inclán, y que significan el punto de partida de l. a. novela española del siglo XX.
Esta edición incluye una introducción que contextualiza l. a. obra, un aparato de notas, una cronología y una bibliografía esencial, así como también varias propuestas de discusión y debate en torno a l. a. lectura. Está al cuidado de Ángela Ena Bordonada, catedrática de literatura española de los angeles Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
«El que había de ser pobre, pobre quedaba, pero con una ventana abierta para que entrase l. a. Fortuna si sentía el capricho.»

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Indeed, family and writing were her great loves; despite a fleeting engagement in 1802, Austen never married. Her first two novels, “Elinor and Marianne” and “First Impressions,” were written while at Steventon but never published in their original form. Following her father’s retirement, Jane moved in 1801 with her parents and sister to Bath. That popular watering hole, removed from the country life Jane preferred, presented the sociable young novelist with a wealth of observations and experience that would later emerge in her novels.

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Remaining single after her parents’ deaths might mean an annual income of £40 (4 percent annual interest, as Mr. Collins estimates it, on a £1,000 share of her mother’s legacy), a portion of which would go toward renting a room somewhere in the village. Marriage to Mr. Darcy, by stark contrast, would mean having at her disposal a reputed £10,000 annually, plus the amenities of Pemberley, the house in London, the carriages, the servants, and so forth. It is difficult to convert these sums into the modern British pound or American dollar, in part thanks to inflation but mostly because the nineteenth-century economy and culture are so very different from ours, but suffice it to say that Elizabeth, in declining Mr.

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