From Origins to 1700

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First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815335641
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 12/28/2000
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Spanish Literature Series
  • Pages: 454
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

The Theme of Love in the Mozarabic Jarchas and in Cante Flamento 1
The Presence of the Text: The Poema del Cid 17
El Texto del Poema del mio Cid ante el proceso de la tradicionalidad oral y escrita 33
Authorship and Composition: Music and Poetry in Las Cantigas de Santa Maria of Alfonso X, el Sabio 43
El mago de Toledo: Borges y don Juan Manuel 53
Framing the Story, Framing the Reader: Two Spanish Masters 70
"Caracterizacion linguistica de los personajes y polifonia textual en el Libro de Buen Amor" 83
The Battle of Flesh and Lent in the "Libro del Arcipreste": Gastro-genital Rites of Reversal 92
Santillana's "Serranillas": A Poetic Genre of Their Own 108
Los romances espanoles: El romance de Abenamar 121
Jorge Manrique and the Dynamics of Grieving 137
Nebrija y las lenguas companeras del imperio 145
Spanish Urban Life in the Late Fifteenth Century as Seen in Celestina 159
Celestina and the Magical Empowerment of Women 167
Personal Involvement and Poetic Tradition in the Spanish Renaissance: Some Thoughts on Reading Garcilaso 188
Modernidad de Garcilaso 205
Some Ideas about Language and Poetry in Sixteenth-century Spain 215
Modification de la experiencia poetica: tres odas de fray Luis de Leon 221
Poetics and Economics in the Vida retirada of Fray Luis de Leon 231
Hacia una espiritualidad erotica en San Juan de la Cruz 253
Linguistic Style and Point of View in Lazarillo de Tormes 267
Semantica y estructuras socials en el Lazarillo de Tormes 273
Parody, Poverty and the Lazarillo de Tormes 279
El renacimiento de Lazaro 290
Motivaciones y destinatarios del Libro de la vida de Santa Teresa de Jesus 301
El licenciado Vidriera: la lectura del mundo de un personaje literario 308
El licenciado Vidriera y Don Quijote 315
The Politics of Lope's Fuenteovejuna 321
The Crowd in the Theater and the Crowd in History: Fuenteovejuna 343
Figure and Ground: Concrete Mysticism in Gongora's Fabula de Polifemo y Galatea 367
The "Carpe Diem" sonnets of Garcilaso de la Vega and Gongora 378
Mas alla de soneto amoroso: Quevedo y la preocupacion metafisica 385
Quevedo Against "Culteranismo": A Note on Politics and Morality 397
Sobre los espacios en La dama duende: el cuarto de don Manuel 403
La dama juega al duende: Pre-texto, geno-texto y feno-texto 423
Acknowledgements 437
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