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Saiakera, sail bat beti auzitan

Casenave, Jon (2002) Saiakera, sail bat beti auzitan. Inx: Euskal kritika, gaur = La crítica vasca, hoy = La critique basque aujourd'hui. Oihenart. Cuadernos de Lengua y Literatura (19). Eusko Ikaskuntza, Donostia-San Sebastián, pp. 61-68.

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After the three main literary genders - poetry, narrative, theatre -, the essay appears as a peculiar gender, which is yet to consolidate. But, at the same time, as the open gender it is, it constitutes a very rich section in the creative field. The same as in other peoples, readers have given a good acceptance to this field of Basque literature. Among the books with the most success over the last twenty years there are two outstanding essays: Ni ez naiz hemengoa by J. Sarrionaindia and Euskaldunak eta Espainolak by Joxe Azurmendi.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information: I Jornadas sobre la Crítica Literaria en Lengua Vasca
Uncontrolled Keywords:Literatura
Subjects:Sciences of Arts and Letters > Literary theory, analysis and criticism
ID Code:793
Deposited On:17 May 2013 11:03
Last Modified:17 May 2013 11:03

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