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Lecture Series

Shakespeare. His Sonnets

22, 24 April 2014
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Shakespeare wrote his own series of 154 sonnets, the first 126 addressed to a man and the rest a woman, thus inverting the predominant Petrachan tradition. His sonnets have been interpreted in various manners today: for some scholars, his sonnets are an autobiographical creation; for others, literary fiction that reflects the values and conventions of his time; while for many, they are the expression of a unique voice suggesting a very close presence and one that incites identification.

The university professor and translator Ángel-Luis Pujante, a Shakespeare specialist and winner of the Premio Nacional (National Prize) for the best translation, will give a conference and on the second he will make a presentation of a selection of sonnets, that will be recited by Tristán Ulloa and Elvira Mínguez

Ver vídeo: Enero-Mayo 2014
Ver vídeo: Sonetos recitados de Shakespeare
Ver vídeo: Selección de sonetos recitados de William Shakespeare
Ver vídeo: <em>Shall I compare thee to a Summers day?</em> (&quot;&iquest;Que te compare a un d&iacute;a de primavera?&quot;) Soneto 18 de William Shakespeare
Ver vídeo: <em>Like as the waues make towards the pibled &int;hore, </em>(&quot;Como las olas van hacia la playa&quot;) Soneto 60 de William Shakespeare
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