Clorinda


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Clorinda

Amazonian, battles in armor. [Ital. Lit.: Jerusalem Delivered]
See: Bravery
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El beneficio fue de cero en el caso de la estrategia de no intervencion, mientras que para la de intervencion se asumio el beneficio indirecto del ahorro de dias laborales no perdidos de los 50 casos por 10 000 habitantes (2 350 casos para Clorinda) y los dos casos de dengue hemorragico que se habrian evitado.
In Ariosto the dolce errore of Orlando starts as a Petrarchan fixation when the lover creates a mental phantasm of the beloved, but already in Tasso hysteria sets in, and from ennobling the love passion of the hero Tancredi for his elusive woman warrior Clorinda becomes disabling.
This, he argues, is Goethe's version of a standard epic incident in which the hero cuts into a tree, finds it bleeding, and recognizes the soul of a dead friend imprisoned in the tree: thus Aeneas recognizes Polydorus (Aeneid, Book iii),Dante finds acquaintances in the Wood of Suicides (Inferno, Canto xiii), and Tasso's Tancredi further injures the dead Clorinda (an episode from the Gerusalemmeliberata to which Goethe assigns a key role in Wilhelm Meister).
Its hero, Tancred, unwittingly kills his beloved Clorinda in a duel while she is disguised in the armour of an enemy knight.
Feminismo y Tradicion en Aves sin nido de Clorinda Matto de Turner.
Fresh from her stunning debut four years ago as the unlikely ballerina who could, Clorinda the cow now sets her sights on a much wider stage, the entire world itself.
Robert Kinerk's CLORINDA TAKES FLIGHT (0689868542, $16.99) will reach ages 4-8 with its fine story of Clorinda the cow, who notices the flight of a passing bird and longs to fly.
Helen Hunt Jackson and Clorinda Matto de Turner's novels Ramona (1884) and Aves sin nido (Birds Without a Nest, 1889) share much in common.
The heart of the Liberata's war of religion, and love's place within it, falls squarely on the tragic relationship between Tancredi and Clorinda, who battles fiercely to defend Islam and Jerusalem but who converts to Christianity while dying.
The reader collects writings and addresses by pensadores Simon Bolivar, Jose Maria Luis Mora, Andres Bello, Jose Victorino Lastarria, Francisco Bilbao, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Esteban Echeverria, Lucas Alaman, Juan Bautista Alberdi, Eugenio Maria de Hostos, Juan Montalvo, Jose Marti, Soledad Acosta de Samper, Justo Sierra, Euclides de Cunha, Clorinda Matto de Turner, Francisco Alonso de Bulnes, and Alcides Arguedas in which they grappled with the Latin American colonial past, issues of federalism versus political unitarianism, the role of the institutional Catholic Church, patterns of social existence, foreign relations, polices towards indigenous peoples, the role of women in Latin America, education and economic development, and the nature and uses of history.
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