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History of spanish . History of Spanish Literature. From Middle Ages to the 14 th century Most famous texts: Las Jarchas, El Cantar de Mio Cid XIII Century. Poetry: [El mester de Clerecia], [Gonzalo de Berceo], [Libro de Alexandre], [Libro de Apolonio], [Poema de Fernan Gonzales]

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History of spanish literature
History of Spanish Literature

  • From Middle Ages to the 14th century

    • Most famous texts: Las Jarchas, El Cantar de Mio Cid

      XIII Century. Poetry: [El mester de Clerecia], [Gonzalo de Berceo], [Libro de Alexandre], [Libro de Apolonio], [Poema de Fernan Gonzales]

      The beginnings of Prose: Alfonso X el Sabi.

      XIV Century. Development of Prose: El Conde Lucanor

      Poetry: El Arcipreste de Hita—El libro de Buen Amor


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History of Spanish Literature

  • XV Century- End of the Middle Ages

    • Poetry: Cancioneros, Marques de Santillana, Juan de Mena, Jorge Manrique

    • Prose: El Cobarcho, Boscan Perez de Guzman


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History of Spanish Literature

  • XVI Century—Renaissance

    • Sentimental Novel and Chivalry: El Amadis de Gaula, Romancero, Fernando de Rojas: La Celestina

    • The Renaissance Lyric: Boscan, Garcilaso de la Vega, Hurtado de Mendoza

    • Theater: Gil Vicente, Lope de Rueda, Juan de la Cueva

    • Picaresque Novel: La Lozana Andaluza, Lazarillo de Tormes

    • Prose: Antonio de Guevara y Literatura Moral. Hermanos Valdes. Miguel de Cervantes [El quijote de la mancha], El guzman de Alfarache.

    • Mystics: Fray Luis de Granada, Santa Teresa de Jesus, San Juan de la Cruz, Fray Luis de Leon.

    • XVII—Barroque

      • Picaresque Novel: El Guiton Onofre

      • Theater: Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, Alarcon, Luis de Gongora, Francisco de Quevedo, Calderon de la Barca.


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History of Spanish Literature

  • XVIII Century—The Enlightenment

    • Feijoo, Luzan

    • Neoclassic School: Moratin, Cadalso, Inarte, Samaniego, Jovellanos, Melendez Valdes, Huerta, Ramon de la Cruz.

    • End of the Century and Crisis

      • Moratin, Cienfuegos


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History of Spanish Literature

  • XIX Century—Romanticism

    • Romanticism (1808-1850) Bohl de Faber, Martinez de la rosa, EL duque de Rivas, Larra, Espronceda, Zorrilla.

    • Post-romanticism and Realism (1850-1898): Poetry and Drama: Becquer, Campoamor Nunez de Arce, Echegaray.

    • Novel and Critic: Ferman Caballero, Alarcon, Valera, Pereda, Galdos, Pardo Bazan, Clarin, Palacio Valdes, Blasco Ibanez, Menendez Pelayo.


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History of Spanish Literature

  • 98 Generation and Modernism

    • Unamuno, Azorin, Baroja, Valle Inclan, Antonio Machado, Juan Ramon Jimenez

      Contemporary Literature

      -Ortega y Gasset, Perez de Ayala, Miro, Gomez de la Serna, Eugenio d’Ors, Jorge Guillen, Pedro salinas, Garcia Lorca, Rafael Alberti.


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History of Spanish Literature

  • From 1936-1960

    • Lyric: Miguel Hernández, Gabriel Celaya, Rafael Morales, Jose Hierro, Blas de Otero.

    • Novel: Zunzunegui, Ramón Sender, Francisco de Ayala, Arturo Barea, Max Aub, José María Gironella, Camilo José Cela, Ignacio Agusti, Carmen Laforet, Miguel Delibes, Juan Goytisolo, Rafael Sánchez Ferlosio, Carmen Martín Gayte.

    • Novel from 1950: Juan García Hortelano, Luis Goytisolo-Gay, Jesús López Pacheco, Armando, López Salinas, Caballero Bonald, Ana María Matute, Elena

    • Quiroga, Ignacio Aldecoa, García Pavón, Vicente Soto, Luis Martín Santos, Juan Marse, Juan Benet.

    • Postwar Theatre: José María Pemán, Luca de Tena, Claudio de la Torre, Joaquín Calvo Sotelo, Miguel Mihura, Alfonso Paso, Buero Vallejo, Alfonso

    • Sastre, Fernando Arrabal, José García Lara, Manuel Andújar


Youtube video on a lecture about spanish literature
Youtube Video on a Lecture about Spanish Literature

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwa0yVdW4Mg


References
References

  • http://www.classicspanishbooks.com/

  • http://www.ieslaaldea.com/documentos/introliterespa.pdf

  • http://www.virtual-spain.com/literatura_espanola.html