4 edition of Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape found in the catalog.
by Library of Congress; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||Compiled by Francisco Aguilera. Edited by Georgette Magassy Dorn.|
|Contributions||Aguilera, Francisco., Dorn, Georgette M., ed.|
|LC Classifications||Z1609.L7 U54 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 516 p.|
|Number of Pages||516|
|LC Control Number||73019812|
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Hispanic-American author and poet Tim Hernandez reading from his work Mr. Hernandez reads from his following works: Skin Tax, Natural Takeover of Small Things, Mañana Means Heaven, and All They Will Call You: The Telling of the Plane Wreck of Los Gatos Canyon.
Contributor: Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress) - Hernandez, Tim Z. Hispanic Division Two key projects in the Hispanic Division are the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (AHLOT) and the Handbook of Latin American Studies (HLAS).
AHLOT is a collection curated by the Library’s Hispanic Division of original audio recordings of 20th- and 21st-century Luso-Hispanic poets and writers reading from their works. The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape: A descriptive guide [Library of Congress. Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish Division.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape: A descriptive guideAuthor. Library of Congress. Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish Division. The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (AHLOT) was begun in by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress to record audio recordings of poets and prose writers from Spain, Portugal, Latin America, the Caribbean and from the Hispanic Community in.
Get this from a library. The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape: a descriptive guide. [Francisco Aguilera; Georgette M Dorn; Library of Congress. Latin American, Portuguese, and Spanish Division.]. Recorded Jin the Library of Congress Recording Laboratory, Studio B, Washington, D.C.
Recorded for the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape. As part of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which spans from September 15 th to October 15 th, the Library of Congress launched the online Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (AHLOT)—another extensive literary audio archive, curated by the Hispanic Division since Spanish author Unai Elorriaga reading from his work Mr.
Elorriaga reads from his following works: Un tranvía en SP, Vredaman (Plants Don't Drink Coffee), and Londres es de cartón. Contributor: Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress) - Elorriaga, Unai.
Gabriela Mistral reading her poetry, at the Library of Congress, Dec. 12,for the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape [in the Hispanic Foundation.
[Sound recording] Read in Spanish. Notes in English and Spanish on slipcase. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
cordings on magnetic tape of selections read ex- pressly for the Library by outstanding literary figures. These readings (as many as could reasonably be obtained in a three-month period) were to be incorporated in the perma- nent collections as a contribution to the estab- lishment of an Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape.
The archive is the Library’s collection of audio recordings of poets and writers from Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula, the Caribbean, and the LatinX community in the United States reading from their works. The collection has been curated in the Library’s Hispanic Reading Room since The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape represents the very best of 20th and 21st century Luso-Hispanic literature.
Among its treasures are audio recordings with Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar and Gabriel García Márquez. This summer, as a Junior Fellow in the Hispanic Division at the Library of Congress, I worked on the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape under the direction of Catalina Gómez, Hispanic Division Reference Librarian, who co-curates the Archive and has been instrumental in making these rich resources available via a digital platform.
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I read the book in English, but it was originally written in Spanish. This week, the Library of Congress (LOC) released new streaming materials within the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape, which includes over digitized recordings available online from analog collection of over audio recordings of poets and writers representing 32 countries, such as Spain, Portugal, Latin America, the Caribbean, and the United States, reading from their works.
The Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape is a wonderful primary source for students of literature and the Spanish language. Listen to Hispanic and Latinx writers read their prose, poetry, and essays in a variety of languages, but mostly Spanish and English. This database at.
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a study was conducted to determine the possible pedagogical utilization of the library of congress archive of hispanic literature on tape which contains, as of juneoriginal recordings in spanish, portuguese, catalan, and french of the voices of writers reading some 2, literary works.
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