Translation of literary history in Spanish:

literary history

historia de la literatura, n.

noun

  • 1

    historia de la literatura feminine
    • Barthes has demonstrated to us that literary history can aid us in creating intelligibility, rather than re-creating the origins of a past reality.
    • This is one of a number of textual allusions which, paradoxically, give the authority of literary history to Sam's historical investigations.
    • As a matter of literary history, Poe is part of the development of the novel not the preservation of storytelling, at least not in Benjamin's sense.
    • Questions about the vexed relationship between literary criticism and literary history persist.
    • Applicants should know well the work of at least 25 writers, distributed through literary history and several genres.
    • For most of literary history, young male protagonists are characterized as orphans.
    • Perhaps the conflict was only more heightened at Poe's particular point in literary history.
    • As a critical tool, then, genre is itself the product of innumerable reading encounters and discussions of texts: it is an artefact of literary history, like the texts themselves.
    • After all, from interpretive commentaries to Chaucer's catalogs of authors, literary history was a thriving concern in manuscript.
    • Most of the authors that I know utilize their knowledge of Asian American literary history and Asian American social history in their works.
    • And a lot of it came from our literary history, our social history, like robots and whatnot.
    • While Surrey's position in literary history is rarely underestimated, the circumstances of his life are equally rarely understood.
    • This brief foray into literary history does three things.
    • In a theoretical coda I conclude with some remarks on the possibilities of what can be described as the intertextual feminization of literary history.
    • History bears on translation, just as translation has a bearing on history or, at least, literary history.
    • The Asian American literary movement is one of the most remarkable in American literary history.
    • He had hoped to become a creative writer, but instead turned largely to literary history.
    • The psychoanalytic method also has consequences for the more mundane matters of historical context and literary history.
    • Thus the final chapter of this literary history brings Marvell into productive dialogue with practically every other poet discussed in the book.
    • It also occupied a huge space in the newly developed disciplines of literary criticism and literary history.