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Libros mas famosos del español

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Jason:
Hi.
Pardon the use of english, but my spanish is still pretty weak. I'm looking for the most well known books in the spanish language. I intend to read the most famous spanish books so I can get a stronger feel for the cultures of spanish speaking countries.
Right now, I've got three books that I plan on reading:

zorro
un mil y una noches
don quijote
I would like to add more to this list, so if you've got any suggestions of famous spanish books, wether they be instructional, educational, philosophical, fictional, or anything else, please let me know and I'll add them to my list.
Gracias,
Jason
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Cáceres:
Hiya Jason,
For A-level Spanish I read "el coronel no tiene quien le escriba" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Its set in a small town in Colombia, very well written, a really famous book you can get from amazon, in both Ingles & spanish. Que tengas suerte,
Carl
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Sergio:
[nq:1]zorro un mil y una noches don quijote I would like to add more to this list, so if you've ... they be instructional, educational, philosophical, fictional, or anything else, please let me know and I'll add them to my list.[/nq]
Have you thought of taking a look to the Wikipedia ? :-)

You could take a look at the articles about Spanish literature, and the main Spanish writers ( When I say Spanish, I mean people, men and women, who have written in Spanish, including Spaniards, North, Centre and South Americans, Caribbeans.... all ! ).
I could include some ideas, don't know.... Let's think of the "Siglo de Oro" ( Golden Century ) and near ages: Cervantes, Quevedo, Lope de Vega....
Let's see:
El buscón ( relato picaresco)
La celestina ( estilo similar al teatro, pero muy larga y no representable)
La vida es sueño (theatre)
Fuenteovejuna (theatre)
El lazarillo de Tormes (relato)
Hmmm.... Now I'm thinking of the twentieth century:

Soledades, by Antonio Machado ( poesía)
Campos de Castilla, by Antonio Machado (poesía)
La familia de Pascual Duarte ( novela, Camilo José Cella, Nobel Award for the literature 1989 or 90 or something like that...) Cien años de soledad, by Gabriel García Márquez
Cuentos, by Augusto Monterroso ( Príncipe de Asturias award 2000 something)
Últimas tardes con Teresa, by Juan Marsé
La ciudad y los perros, by Mario Vargas Llosa
La muerte de Artemio Cruz, by Carlos Fuentes
Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada, by Neftalí Ricardo Reyes, better known as Pablo Neruda (poesía)
La verdad sobre el caso Savolta, by Eduardo Mendoza La tabla de Flandes, by Arturo Pérez-Reverte
Romancero gitano, by Federico García Lorca (poesía) La casa de Bernarda Alba, by Federico García Lorca (teatro) Platero y yo, by Juan Ramón Jiménez
Cinco horas con Mario, by Miguel Delibes
El Aleph, by Jorge Luis Borges....
Hmmmm..... For a moment of brainstorming, it isn't so bad as a beginning :-)))))
( To be continued, by others, better than me, I hope ^ ^)

Best wishes,
Sergio
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Anonymous:
[nq:1]Hi. Pardon the use of english, but my spanish is still pretty weak. I'm looking for the most well ... educational, philosophical, fictional, or anything else, please let me know and I'll a=dd them to my list. Gracias, Jason[/nq]
Perdoname por usar el ingl=E9s, pero mi espa=F1ol no es muy bi=E9n todav=EDa. Estoy buscando libros m=E1s popluares para que puedo conocer la cultura de paises a donde se habla espa=F1ol.
Ahora mismo, hay tres libros que me voy a leer:
zorro
un mil y una noches
don quijote
Me gustar=EDa agregar m=E1s libros al list, entonces si puedes recomenderme unos libros, pueden ser instruccional, educativo, filos=F3fico, ficticio, o cualquier cosa, por favor dime y agregar=E9 a mi listo.
) I don't know much about really famous books... but right now I'm reading "A Complete Guide to Latin American Culture and History" and it's working out pretty well for me. It's not in Spanish, however I read other books in Spanish, not popular ones though. Anyway, this book is full of information! I feel like I was cheated in highschool now that I read it beacause apparently they left a lot of information out about hispanics and latinos!
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Anonymous:
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[nq:1]could include some ideas, don't know.. Let's think of the "Siglo de Oro" ( Golden Century ) and near ages: Cervantes, Quevedo, Lope de Vega.. Hmmm.. Now I'm thinking of the twentieth century[/nq]
Sergio, with all due respect, none of these works, with the exception of Platero y yo, are for beginners.

And Jason aparently does not know that Zorro is
invented by an American back in the twenties, not
to mention Las mil y una noches (not Un mil y una
noches) which has nothing to do with Spanish culture.

saludos
T.
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Sergio:
[nq:1]Sergio, with all due respect, none of these works, with the exception of Platero y yo, are for beginners.[/nq]
No hace falta que digas lo de "con el debido respeto" :-) Tienes toda la razón.... Quizás cometí un error en lo que era conveniente contestarle... hice una especie
de "brainstorm" y puse los libros más conocidos de un par de épocas que se me pasaron por la cabeza, ya
que de libros conocidos se hablaba.
Anyhow, the original creator of the thread can let us know what his exact purpose is in order we could help him better....

Will you?
Best wishes for both of you, and I apologize for the possible mistake in the election of the titles I did,
Sergio
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Jason:
no need to get upset, gentlemen...
I was just trying to stimulate discourse on what was commonly thought of as good spanish literature...
And, no, I didnt know that Zorro was written by an american... go figure sigh
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ranolki:
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[nq:1]Sergio, with all due respect, none of these works, with the exception of Platero y yo, are for beginners. Las mil y una noches (not Un mil y una noches)[/nq]
Es indudable que el ínclito vikingo, Don T(horbald), tiene mucha razón ;-)
Por tan loable que sea el deseo de Jason (otro marinero bastante famoso) de leer los libros más destacados de la literatura española, parece que quizá su entusiasmo le haga creer que sólo le hace falta abrir el Libro de Buen Amor para que, milagrosamente, versos del tipo de

"Las rranas en un lago cantavan é jugavan,

Creyeron al diablo, que del mal se pagavan,"
salgan bien entendidos...
(¡Cosa que quizá ocurra al llegar la noche 1002!)
...del dicho al hecho hay mucho trecho...
(como bien saben los batracios...)
saludos
ranolki
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Anonymous:
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[nq:1]no need to get upset, gentlemen...[/nq]
Some misinterpretations are the fault of the writer, while others are the fault of the reader. Just because I comment on your question or disagree with you, that does not upset me.
saludos
T.
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