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by Dorothy Sherman Severin,James Mabbe

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Author: Dorothy Sherman Severin,James Mabbe
ISBN: 0856683450
ISBN13: 978-0856683459
Language: English
Publisher: Liverpool University Press (June 1, 1998)
Pages: 429
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The events surround Calisto's passion for the inexperienced Melibea and Celestina's attempts to exploit their emotions. It features parallel English and Spanish text.

The events surround Calisto's passion for the inexperienced Melibea and Celestina's attempts to exploit their emotions.

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Celestina: A Play in 21 Acts by Fernando de Rojas and a great selection of related books, art . Severin, Dorothy Sherman, Mabbe, James. Published by Aris & Phillips

Severin, Dorothy Sherman, Mabbe, James. Published by Aris & Phillips. ISBN 10: 0856683442 ISBN 13: 9780856683442.

Spanish text with facing-page translation, introduction and notes. by Fernando Rojas (C.

James Mabbe (Translator). Spanish text with facing-page translation, introduction and notes. Fernando de Rojas is known for writing La Celestina (originally titled Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea) in 1499. It describes a tragic love affair, and is seen as the beginning of Spain's literary Renaissance. Although the work was published anonymously, the author revealed his name and famous birthplace in an Fernando De Rojas was a Castilian author about whom little information is known.

Fernando de Rojas (La Puebla de Montalbán, Toledo, Spain, c. 1465/73 – Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Spain, April 1541) was a Spanish author and dramatist, known for his only surviving work, La Celestina. 1465/73 – Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Spain, April 1541) was a Spanish author and dramatist, known for his only surviving work, La Celestina (originally titled Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea), first published in 1499. It is variously considered "the last work of the Spanish Middle Ages or the first work of the Spanish Renaissance". Rojas wrote La Celestina while still a student.

SERIES : Penguin Classics TITLE : The Spanish Bawd (La Celstina) AUTHOR : Fernado de Rojas (c. 1465 - 1541) . Previous owner's inked signature on first page of book

Penguin Classics Printing. Mass market paperback; contains an introduction; 248 pages; approximately 4 3/8" x 7 1/8"; pictorial wraps, perfect-bound (paper covers, glued). Previous owner's inked signature on first page of book.

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

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. The voices of Celestina are parodic, satiric, ironic and occasionally tragic, and it is in their discourse that the dialogue world of the modern novel is born.

Join Us. Author Rojas, Fernando De, D. 1541. Categories: Nonfiction. 8/10 4. Books by Rojas, Fernando De, D. Celestina: The Beauty And Good Properties of Women. The Beauty And Good Properties of Women.

Rojas, Fernando de, d. Mabbe, James, 1572-1642?; Allen, H. Warner (Herbert Warner), b. 1881. Mabbe's translation was first published under the pseudonym, Don Diego Puede-Ser, with title: The Spanish Bawd, represented in Celestina; or, The Tragicke-Comedy of Calisto and Melibea. A general outline of the rise of realism in the prose fiction of Spain, England, and France as illustrated by the picaresque novel and kindred works": p. viii-xix. Appendix: I. Critical notes. On the authorship and early history of the Comedia o tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea.

Celestina is the most remarkable work produced in 15th century Spain and its influence has been enduring and profound. It is a prose dialogue divided into 21 'acts', starting in comedy and ending in tragedy. The main trigger of events is the passion conceived by the youth Calisto for the inexperienced Melibea.
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