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by Miguel de Unamundo

  • ISBN: 9872160341
  • Category: Classics
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Miguel de Unamundo
  • Language: Spanish
  • Publisher: Santiago Rueda (December 2004)
  • Pages: 95
  • ePub book: 1233 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1409 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo (29 September 1864 – 31 December 1936) was a Spanish essayist, novelist, poet, playwright, philosopher, professor of Greek and Classics, and later rector at the University of Salamanca.

Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo (29 September 1864 – 31 December 1936) was a Spanish essayist, novelist, poet, playwright, philosopher, professor of Greek and Classics, and later rector at the University of Salamanca. His major philosophical essay was The Tragic Sense of Life (1912), and his most famous novel was Abel Sánchez: The History of a Passion (1917), a modern exploration of the Cain and Abel story.

Miguel de Unamuno: Abel Sanchez (Paperback). Published February 1st 2009 by Liverpool University Press. Published January 21st 2013. Paperback, 232 pages.

LibriVox recording of Abel Sánchez by Miguel de Unamuno. Read in Spanish by Mongope. Unamuno nos pone frente a frente con una de las pasiones humanas más viles y destructivas: La envidia. Joaquín y Abel son amigos íntimos desde la infancia y ya desde el instituto Joaquín quiere tener y ser todo lo que representa Abel. Abel es un muchacho popular entre los compañeros, simpático, al que le encanta la pintura y mucho menos los libros. Joaquín por el contrario es aplicado y estudioso, pero no goza del encanto y la simpatía de Abel.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. Abel Sanchez is a classic to read from Unamuno, one of the greatest writers of Spain. Full of mythological archetypes and the eternal fight between good and evil, envy and generosity, jealousy between brothers/friends that reveals a great division within the Spanish society and its mentality.

by Miguel de Unamuno. NarrativaNiebla (1914)Abel Sánchez (1917)La tía Tula (1921)Cómo se hace una novela (1927)PoesíasRosario de sonetos líricos (1911, incluye 128 sonetos)Por orden alfabéticoBlas, el bobo (Blas, el bobo de la aldea)Castilla (Tú me levantas, tierra de Castilla,)El armador aquel (El armador aquel de casas rústicas)El cuerpo cantaEl mar de encinas (En este mar de encinas castellano)En.

Delve into three of Spanish philosopher Miguel de Unamuno's most haunting parables. This essential Unamuno reader begins with the full-length novel Abel Sanchez, a modern retelling of the story of Cain and Abel. Also included are two remarkable short stories, The Madness of Doctor Montarco and San Manuel Bueno, Martyr, featuring quixotic, philosophically existential characters confronted by the dull ache of modernity.

Miguel de Unamuno, in full Miguel De Unamuno Y Jugo, (born Sept. Unamuno’s novels are intensely psychological depictions of agonized characters who illustrate and give voice to his own philosophical ideas. 29, 1864, Bilbao, Spain-died Dec. 31, 1936, Salamanca), educator, philosopher, and author whose essays had considerable influence in early 20th-century Spain. His most famous novel is Abel Sánchez: una historia de pasión (1917; Abel Sanchez), a modern re-creation of the biblical story of Cain and Abel, which centres on the painfully conflicting impulses of the character representing Cain.

Miguel de Unamuno (1864 –1936) fue un escritor y filósofo español perteneciente a la generación del 98. En su obra cultivó gran variedad de géneros literarios como novela, ensayo, teatro y poesía. Fue, asimismo, diputado del Congreso de los Diputados de 1931 a 1933 por la circunscripción de Salamanca.

Abel Sánchez(Spanish). Unamuno escoge, en este libro, el tema de la envidia y odio como argumento de la obra. El autor insiste en que Abel Sánchez no es una historia libresca, si no que esta sacada de la vida social que siente y sufre en torno suyo y de su propia vida. Esta novela debe mucho a las circunstancias personales y nacionales de la época en la que se escribió.


Brol Brol
I love de Unamuno's philosophical writings, but I love his fiction even more. It's so refreshingly different from other fiction.
Kegal Kegal
Great short stories compacted into a book. Classic stories that are on a need base to be read.
Hulbine Hulbine
We only had to read the last story of this collection of short stories but I loved it. It definitely presents you with a saint like image who doesn't even believe in his own cause. Religion without goodness or goodness without religion? Which do you believe the author emphasized?
Cel Cel
I love to read, this is the first book I ever through out. I wouldn't even give
It away. 10 pages did me in...awful....dark and depressing.
Akinohn Akinohn
We are treated to three short stories; or, more properly, a novella and two short stories written in the early 1900's and translated from the Spanish. (The author is Basque.) All three stories have religious overtones (Abel is part of a Cain and Abel envy parody) and all three revolve around men that some might consider "mad." (One of the three dies in an asylum.) Like Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment, the stories reflect ideas from the newly developing field of psychology that was spreading though Europe.

The novella, which has the same title as the book, is about an imagined rivalry between two men. I say imagined, because it exists only in the mind of one of the men. But it lasts his entire life, from youth, when he was rejected by a young woman who married the man that became his rival, until he is on his death bed. The rivalry consumes him even as the two men maintain a surface friendship throughout their lives. In another story, a very good doctor publishes bizarre fiction. His writing impacts his practice and he can't figure out why. The third story is about a priest, so kindly and religious, and such a master at bringing unbelievers into the church, that he is considered a local saint. Yet his burden in life is that that he doesn't believe in God.
Mayno Mayno
One of the great thinkers of the 20th century, this Spanish poet, philosopher, novelist and playwrite is, unfortunately, too often over shadowed by the work of later existentialists. Unamuno's short stories are reflective and unsettling. This book contains one of his most popular stories, "San Manuel Bueno, Matyr," about a priest who doesn't believe in God. Though the idea my seem cliche to a contemporary audience, don't underestimate the power of Unamuno's passionate and moving verse.

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Kizshura Kizshura
..and other themes are treated in this volume. Abel Sanchez, the title narrative, is an incredible reterlling of the Biblical story of Cain and Abel. Unamuno is able to interweave christian faith and spanish culturalism in order to create a morally compelling story. This collection has had a profound influence on me. I highly recommend it if you are interested in Christianity, Spanish literature, or even good literature.
I read the Spanish version of this story a year ago and loved it. Unamuno probes the psychology of envy, which he describes as "the national disease of Spain", showing the self-hatred involved. This is a story of Cain and Abel told with loving understanding for Cain.