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1 streaming video file (300 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on June 03, 2009.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
Vetusta: A Provincial Spanish City Modeled on Oviedo (5:51) -- Intrigue In the Church (2:32) -- Unhappy Childhood (4:18) -- Nervous Attacks (2:53) -- A Rational Solution for Adultery (3:19) -- The Seduction of the Unattainable (6:24) -- Sinful Sensuality and the Business of Religion (5:48) -- Gossip Inflames Scandal (5:01) -- Sins of the Clergy (7:18) -- Piety and Sexual Freedom (3:37) -- The Hunter Pursues His Prey (3:19) -- A Scheming Mother (6:48) -- Calderon de la Barca: ""La Vida es Sueo" (4:49) -- The Trap is Set (8:14) -- Society, Where Liberals, Conservatives and the Clergy Vie for Power (10:57) -- A Son's Rebellion Crushed (13:58) -- A Ruined Businessman Tells Secrets (3:50) -- A Romantic Interest (3:41) -- "Don Juan Tenorio" Excites the Regenta (7:34) -- Frigilis, Friend or Hypocrite (2:11) -- Piety and Impropriety (5:08) -- Mistrust and Suspicions (5:26) -- Medical Advice for the Lovesick (6:22) -- Rivals: Religion and Romance (3:47) -- Resolutions of a Reformed Sinner (4:13) -- Conflict of Conscience (4:34) -- An Analogy From Nature (2:40) -- War on the Clergy, But First, The Beach (4:47) -- Passions of a Cleric (4:56) -- Science Provides Reasons (1:50) -- Campaign Against Theocratic Despotism Impeding Progress (2:58) -- The Hypocrisy of a Funeral (2:56) -- Temptation And Despair (5:42) -- Master of His House (3:58) -- The Carnival Dance (8:14) -- Jealous Rage (4:33) -- The Barefoot Penitent (6:34) -- Program Three: Another Attack of Hysteria (5:28) -- Renunciation of Piety (3:54) -- The Joy of Simple Pleasures (4:07) -- A Tryst At The Woodsman's Cottage (5:32) -- A Century of Light, Not Saints (2:43) -- A Storm and the Lost Garter (4:26) -- Mesia Declares His Love (3:24) -- Forbidden Love (6:52) -- Petra Spies for Don Fermin (3:33) -- Evolution and Seduction (6:26) -- Petra Spins A Web Of Deception (6:07) -- Deception and Hypocrisy (2:02) -- Petra Connives With Don Fermin (7:14) -- Honor Or Reason (9:40) -- A Fatal Duel (17:38) -- Hypocritical Gossip (5:28) -- A Return To Reason (6:55)
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Summary
The mere name, Clarin, the notorious novelist and Spanish literary critic, was enough to turn a 19th-century writer's blood cold. His biting and often bellicose articles made him the nation's most feared critical voice. This program, produced by RTVE, is a dramatization of Clarin's most famous work, La Regenta (The Professor's Wife), generally considered the greatest Spanish naturalistic novel of that period. Brimming with political irony and stinging commentary on social scandals of the day, the work consecrated Clarin as a major literary genius, and earned for itself a lofty place in the canon of Spanish literature.
Audience
13 & up.
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Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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Title from distributor's description.
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Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Radiotelevisio⁺ѓn Espan⁺ёola.
Title
Regenta
Descript.
1 streaming video file (26 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
Note
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Feb. 06, 2009.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
Prelude: Gonzalo Rojas Words of Wisdom (1:01) -- Gonzalo Rojas: What Is a Poet? (2:38) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Ancient Poets (1:56) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Words (1:50) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Confusion and Rhythm (3:50) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Self-Exile (2:11) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Humor (2:07) -- Gonzalo Rojas: On Teaching and Poet Ruben Dario (2:34) -- Gonzalo Rojas: Language (2:31) -- Gonzalo Rojas: His Youth (2:45)
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Addressing themes too often neglected in our technology-worshiping global culture, Chilean poet Gonzalo Rojas exemplifies the complexity of 20th-century Latin American literature. This program records Rojas' musings on his life in poetry and the manifold settings and circumstances in which he has worked. The Cervantes Prize winner and author of The Misery of Man, Against Death, and Dark contemplates the importance of physical sensations and actions-such as writing by hand instead of typing-when composing verse, as well as the difference between ambiguity and confusion in literature and life. He also shares his thoughts on the self-imposed exile of his youth.
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Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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In Spanish.
Title from distributor's description.
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Genre
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Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Nuevo Mundo Visio⁺ѓn.
Descript.
1 streaming video file (25 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
Note
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Feb. 06, 2009.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
Childhood Background of Spanish Poet (2:25) -- Francisco Umbral on Being a Writer (1:34) -- Exile of Francisco Umbral (1:46) -- Exiled Spanish Writers Gather in Cafe Gijon (1:38) -- Francisco Umbral: Literary Journalism (2:13) -- Diversity of Spain (1:18) -- Francisco Umbral: Post War Years (3:20) -- New Spanish Republic (3:15) -- Francisco Umbral on Latin American Literature and Language (2:36) -- Francisco Umbral on Avant-Gardes (1:44)
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Summary
Francisco Umbral's novels and outspoken newspaper columns made the acerbic writer a household name in Spain. In this program, "the angry man of Spanish letters"-in one of his last interviews before his death at age 72-holds forth on topics related, on the one hand, to his deep and unswerving passion for language and writing and, on the other, to Franco: facets of life under the regime and his recollection of the day the dictator died. Standouts among his more than 80 books include La Forja de un Ladron, La Belleza Convulsa, Mortal y Rosa, La Noche que Llegue al Cafe Gijon, Un Carnivaro Cuchillo, Teoria de Lola, El Fulgor de Africa, Diario de un Snob, and Historias de Amor y Viagra.
Audience
11 & up.
System Det
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Note
In Spanish.
Title from distributor's description.
Subject
Genre
Subject
Alt Author
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Nuevo Mundo Visio⁺ѓn.
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