Lazarillo de Tormes [NOOK Book]

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Cuando se publicó por primera vez, el «Lazarillo» no se presentaba como una obra de imaginación, sino como si fuera el relato auténtico de un real Lázaro de Tormes (por eso no podía llevar otra firma que el nombre del protagonista). Con tal mistificación creaba un tipo de ficción hasta entonces desconocido y se constituía en principio absoluto de la novela moderna. Además de estudiar ese aspecto fundamental histórica y literariamente, la «nueva edición» de Francisco Rico reexamina los grandes problemas del ...

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Lazarillo de Tormes

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Overview


Cuando se publicó por primera vez, el «Lazarillo» no se presentaba como una obra de imaginación, sino como si fuera el relato auténtico de un real Lázaro de Tormes (por eso no podía llevar otra firma que el nombre del protagonista). Con tal mistificación creaba un tipo de ficción hasta entonces desconocido y se constituía en principio absoluto de la novela moderna. Además de estudiar ese aspecto fundamental histórica y literariamente, la «nueva edición» de Francisco Rico reexamina los grandes problemas del «Lazarillo» a la luz de nuevos materiales e investigaciones; ofrece el texto más fiel a la voluntad del autor; y, a través de una anotación exhaustiva, sitúa la novela en el contexto de la vida y la literatura de la época, resolviendo una por una todas las dudas que la lectura puede suscitar.

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Considered by many scholars to be the first picaresque novel or the precursor to the genre, Lazarillo first appeared in Spain in the middle of the 16th century, on the heels of an era of chivalry and romance. Part of Editorial Norma's innovative "Cara & Cruz" ("Heads & Tails") series, which juxtaposes classic novels by renowned authors with essays and critical commentary and a biography of the author, this classic centers on a rascal's adventures, misadventures, and misdemeanors as the servant of a blind man, a priest, a nobleman, a friar, a town crier, and others. Using puns and cynicism characteristic of the picaresque genre, Lazaro critiques the greed and avarice of the different social groups he serves, showing how it's not only the destitute who have faults. Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788467041590
  • Publisher: Grupo Planeta
  • Publication date: 4/15/2014
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Planeta
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 453,570
  • File size: 759 KB

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