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La última niebla de María Luisa Bombal: excentricidad, desacato y eroticidad en el devenir identitario femenino
ESPINOSA H.,PATRICIA;
Acta literaria , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482005000200002
Abstract: maría luisa bombal?s (1910-1930) la última niebla, first published in 1934, is not devoid of socio-political criticism. it fits into the category of novels which present unfulfilled female worlds. the unveiling of a private sphere in crisis makes possible the unfolding of a conscience; this in turn gives shape to a world detached from reality. this is a phenomenon which appears with great force in the narrative of chilean bourgeoisie women at the turn of the 20th century. in the case of bombal, it will acquire traits which are particularly confrontational, due -to great extent- to the irruption of eroticism as a constituent element of intimacy
Secreto y simulacro en 2666 de Roberto Bola?o
Espinosa H,Patricia;
Estudios filológicos , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0071-17132006000100006
Abstract: 2666, roberto bola?o′s last novel consists of five parts that may be read in an independent way, separately or interconnected -not necessarily in a linear way- in terms of group. each part refers to santa teresa, a bordering mexican city, where assassination of women are committed. each part also refers to the writer disappearence, the evil and the secret as topics. the novel proposes infinite clues the reader must follow in search of his origin, which are always false in its origin. he plays with the metaphysical tradition of the ungraspable, the secret inside the writing, the unreachable aura, with our desperate anxiety of references
La última niebla de María Luisa Bombal: excentricidad, desacato y eroticidad en el devenir identitario femenino
PATRICIA ESPINOSA H.
Acta Literaria , 2005,
Abstract: La última niebla, de María Luisa Bombal (1910-1980) publicada por primera vez en 1934 no se aleja de la denuncia político-social y se inserta en la configuración de mundos femeninos diezmados. La develación de un territorio privado en crisis posibilita el discurrir de una conciencia que construye un mundo distanciado de lo real, fenómeno que en la narrativa de mujeres chilenas pertenecientes a la alta burguesía se evidencia con gran fuerza en producciones de principios del XX, pero que en el caso de Bombal adquirirá características particularmente rupturistas debido, sobre todo, a la irrupción del erotismo como fuerza constituyente de la intimidad María Luisa Bombal’s (1910-1930) La última niebla, first published in 1934, is not devoid of socio-political criticism. It fits into the category of novels which present unfulfilled female worlds. The unveiling of a private sphere in crisis makes possible the unfolding of a conscience; this in turn gives shape to a world detached from reality. This is a phenomenon which appears with great force in the narrative of Chilean bourgeoisie women at the turn of the 20th century. In the case of Bombal, it will acquire traits which are particularly confrontational, due -to great extent- to the irruption of eroticism as a constituent element of intimacy
Secreto y simulacro en 2666 de Roberto Bola o Secret and simulacrum in Roberto Bola o's 2666
Patricia Espinosa H
Estudios filológicos , 2006,
Abstract: 2666, última novela de Roberto Bola o, está constituida por cinco partes que pueden ser leídas de manera autónoma, fragmentaria o interconectada -no necesariamente de manera lineal- en términos de conjunto. Cada una de las partes remite a Santa Teresa, ciudad mexicana fronteriza, en la cual suceden continuos asesinatos de mujeres. Pero también cada una de las partes remite al tema del escritor desaparecido, el viaje, el mal y el secreto. La novela propone infinitas pistas que el lector debe seguir en busca de un origen, que resulta ser siempre un falso origen; juega con la tradición metafísica del inasible, del secreto del texto, del aura inalcanzable, con nuestra ansia desesperada de referente 2666, Roberto Bola o′s last novel consists of five parts that may be read in an independent way, separately or interconnected -not necessarily in a linear way- in terms of group. Each part refers to Santa Teresa, a bordering Mexican city, where assassination of women are committed. Each part also refers to the writer disappearence, the evil and the secret as topics. The novel proposes infinite clues the reader must follow in search of his origin, which are always false in its origin. He plays with the metaphysical tradition of the ungraspable, the secret inside the writing, the unreachable aura, with our desperate anxiety of references
The evaluation of Tornheim double sums. Part2
Olivier Espinosa,Victor H. Moll
Mathematics , 2008,
Abstract: We provide an explicit formula for the Tornheim double series T(a,0,c) in terms of an integral involving the Hurwitz zeta function. For integer values of the parameters, a=m, c=n, we show that in the most interesting case of even weight N:=m+n the Tornheim sum T(m,0,n) can be expressed in terms of zeta values and the family of integrals % \int_0^1 loggamma(q) B_{k}(q) Cl_{j+1} (2 \pi q) dq, % with k+j = N, where B_{k}(q) is a Bernoulli polynomial and \Cl_{j+1}(x) is a Clausen function.
A generalized polygamma function
Olivier Espinosa,Victor H. Moll
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We study the properties of a function $\psi(z, q)$ (the generalized polygamma function), intimately connected with the Hurwitz zeta function and defined for complex values of the variables $z$ and $q$, which is entire in the variable $z$ and reduces to the usual polygamma function $\psi^{(m)}(q)$ for $z$ a non-negative integer $m$, and to the balanced negapolygamma function $\psi^{(-m)}(q)$ for $z$ a negative integer $-m$.
The evaluation of Tornheim double sums. Part 1
Olivier Espinosa,Victor H. Moll
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: We provide an explicit formula for the Tornheim double series in terms of integrals involving the Hurwitz zeta function. We also study the limit when the parameters of the Tornheim sum become natural numbers, and show that in that case it can be expressed in terms of definite integrals of triple products of Bernoulli polynomials and the Bernoulli function $A_k (q): = k\zeta '(1 - k,q)$.
EQUINE SEPTIC ARTHRITIS. 11 CASES REPORT (2000-2004) ARTRITIS S PTICA EN EQUINOS. REPORTE DE 11 CASOS (2000-2004)
Castillo I H,Espinosa Juan Olimpo
Revista de la Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y de Zootecnia , 2009,
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L'hydrocraquage : une solution simple pour produire des distillats moyens de haute qualité Hydrocracking: a Flexible Solution for Producing High Quality Middle Distillates
Espinosa A.,Bigeard P. H.,Marion P.
Oil & Gas Science and Technology , 2006, DOI: 10.2516/ogst:1994034
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On some integrals involving the Hurwitz zeta function: part 2
Olivier R. Espinosa,Victor H. Moll
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: We establish a series of indefinite integral formulae involving the Hurwitz zeta function and other elementary and special functions related to it, such as the Bernoulli polynomials, ln sin (\pi q), ln Gamma(q) and the polygamma functions. Many of the results are most conveniently formulated in terms of a family of functions A_k(q):=k zeta'(1-k,q), where k is a natural number, and a family of polygamma functions of negative order, whose properties we study in some detail.
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