Ana maria matute cuentos pdf
La puerta de la luna: cuentos completos by Ana María Matute«Pocas cosas existen tan cargadas de magia como las pala bras de un cuento. Ese cuento breve, lleno de sugerencias, dueño de un extraño poder que arrebata y pone alas hacia mundos donde no existen ni el suelo ni el cielo. Los cuentos representan uno de los aspectos más inolvidables e intensos de la primera infancia. Todos los niños del mundo han escuchado cuentos. Ese cuento que no debe escribirse y lleva de voz en voz paisajes y figuras, movidos más por la imaginación del oyente que por la palabra del narrador.»
Cuentos de Ana María Matute
La rama seca por Ana María Matute (breve analysis y cuento)
Matute was born on 26 July Matute says that she was profoundly influenced by the villagers whom she met during her time there. Settings reminiscent of that town are also often used as settings for her other work. Matute was ten years old when the Spanish Civil War broke out in , and this internecine conflict is said to have had the greatest impact on Matute's writing. She considered not only "the battles between the two factions, but also the internal aggression within each side".
The protagonists of the stories are children, hence the title, however it is not children's literature : themes such as death and cruelty appear in all of the stories. The adjective tontos "foolish" refers to the children's condition of being marginalized or excluded both from the adult world and from the world of children, for reasons including physical deformity, illness, and social class differences. Although each story has a distinct plot, their common thread lies in the way they reflect the dark and cruel reality surrounding the child protagonists. The dominant theme is death , which appears in twelve of the stories. The other nine have equally tragic endings in which unhappiness prevails. In this collection, the presence of symbols is very pronounced. It is a symbolism that revolves around death.
This dissertation investigates the phenomenon of the reworking of children's narrative, generally termed "fairy tales," within the framework of Spanish post-Civil War fiction. It is focused on selected novels by four contemporary women writers whose works are representative of the phenomenon under study. The first three chapters examine generic issues as a preliminary step towards the explanation of the significance of fairy tales to novelists today. To this end, the first chapter tackles the ambiguities surrounding current definitions of the fairy-tale genre to establish dearly the nature of the narrative substructure of the novels of the study. It proposes an alternative approach which lends a chronological dimension to present definitions that are based on stylistic and structural analysis alone. This is followed by a second chapter which explains the recurrence of fairy tales and fairy-tale motifs in the novels by underlining the structural and conceptual similarities between the two genres.
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