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Cambridge University Press, 1988. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 16 February 2009.

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This book examines the reason and intent behind the many Senecan and pseudo-Senecan quotations in Fernando de Rojas' masterpiece Celestina (1499), which enjoyed enormous popularity in sixteenth-century Europe.

Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies (14). This study of the poetry combines a stylistic analysis with a philosophical interpretation in the broad sense

Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies (14). Collections: Show more. The late fifteenth-century Spanish masterpiece Celestina is one of the world's classics. In this important study, Dorothy Sherman Severin investigates how Fernando de Rojas' work in dialogue, which parodies earlier genres, is a precursor of the modern novel. This study of the poetry combines a stylistic analysis with a philosophical interpretation in the broad sense. It is thus an aesthetic and existential study and concentrates on the love sonnets of 'High Style'.

Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics. Pp. X + 219. Cambridge University Press, 1990. Cesidio de Meo (E. : Lucio Anneo Seneca, Phaedra. D. Todd - 1985 - Dialogue 24 (3):552-. Octavia R. Ferri: Octavia. A Play Attributed to Seneca.

Louise Fothergill-Payne. Seneca and Celestina (Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies). 052132212X (ISBN13: 9780521322126). This book examines the reason and intent behind the many Senecan and pseudo-Senecan quotations in Fernando de Rojas' masterpiece Celestina (1499), which enjoyed enormous popularity in sixteenth-century Europe. Seneca and Celestina thus offers a fresh perspective on the literary and intellectual sources that shaped this famous book.

Seneca and Celestina Fothergill-Payne Cambridge Academ 9780521121187 : This book examines the reason and intent .

Seneca and Celestina Fothergill-Payne Cambridge Academ 9780521121187 : This book examines the reason and intent behind the many Senecan and pseudo-Senecan quotations in Fernando de Rojas& ma. 2009 Серия: Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: Black & white illustrations Размер: 2. 1 x 1. 9 x . 2 cm Читательская аудитория: Latin American literature, classical literature Основная тема: European and world literature Рейтинг

Series: Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies.

Fray Luis de León (1527-91) is known chiefly as the author of some of the finest poetry of the Spanish Golden Age, but he also wrote important prose works in both Latin and Spanish, and produced eloquent translations into Spanish of biblical and classical texts. Colin Thompson looks afresh at Fray Luis's most famous poems and prose works. Series: Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies.

Seneca and Celestina. by. Fothergill-Payne, Louise. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press. Celestina - Sources, Seneca, Lucius Annaeus, ca. 4 . inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;.

Native American Writer Karen Louise Erdrich was born in 1954 in Little .

Native American Writer Karen Louise Erdrich was born in 1954 in Little Falls, Minnesota, the dies drunk when he drives his car along the railroad tracks. While the "antiguo autorW-who probably read Seneca in Latin during "Seneca's Incunabula Period" (FP, p. 45 -quoting L. Reyno1ds)-was writing his work, numerous Spanish translations of Senecan works (Proverbios de Seneca and the Cinco libros de Seneca, et. were being printed. This is a wonderful book that celestinistas will no doubt consult until it is yellow and dog-eared, like their copies of Deyermond's and Castro Guisasola's source studies probably are by now. JERRY R. RANK University of Illinois at Chicago.

Other books in this series. Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies: Tragicomedy and Novelistic Discourse in Celestina. Dorothy Sherman Severin. Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies: Christian Martyrs in Muslim Spain. Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies: Response to Revolution: Imperial Spain and the Spanish American Revolutions, 1810-1840.

This book examines the reason and intent behind the many Senecan and pseudo-Senecan quotations in Fernando de Rojas' masterpiece Celestina (1499), which enjoyed enormous popularity in sixteenth-century Europe. The author considers the importance attached to Senecan thought in the oral, scholarly and literary traditions of fifteenth-century Spain and demonstrates how readers' tastes and sensibilities were shaped by it. The main themes of Celestina, such as self-seeking friendship and love, pleasure and sorrow, gifts and riches, greed, suicide and death, are shown to be rooted in this intellectual background. The Senecan tradition, albeit treated in a satirical vein, is also seen as underlying the later additions and interpolations to the text, with a shift towards Seneca's tragedies in response to changes in fashion; Professor Fothergill-Payne reveals that even the Petrarchan quotations in Celestina have Senecan sources. Seneca and Celestina thus offers a fresh perspective on the literary and intellectual sources that shaped this famous book.
Seneca and Celestina (Cambridge Iberian and Latin American Studies) download epub
Poetry
Author: Louise Fothergill-Payne
ISBN: 052132212X
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 26, 1988)
Pages: 192 pages