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The Spain of Fernando de Rojas; the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina.

Stephen Gilman

The Spain of Fernando de Rojas; the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina.

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Published by Princeton University Press in [Princeton, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rojas, Fernando de, d. 1541

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ6428 .G53
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 559 p.
    Number of Pages559
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4916562M
    ISBN 100691062021
    LC Control Number76151530

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Professor Stephen GILMAN's (not Oilman!) book on the "Spain of Fernando de Rojas" is exceptionally brilliant. It is for those who have already read "La Celestina" more than once, and who already know something about the history of 15th-century Spain.

It is not for beginners.5/5(1). As a major piece of historical detective work. Stephen Gilman's "La Celestina" and the Spain of Fernando de Rojasadds a new dimension to critical studies of the fifteenth-century masterpiece.

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Description: pages: Series Title: Persiles, Other Titles: Spain of Fernando de Rojas: the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina. Responsibility: Stephen Gilman. As a major piece of historical detective work. Stephen Gilman's "La Celestina" and the Spain of Fernando de Rojas adds a new dimension to critical studies of the fifteenth-century the text of La Celestina as well as public and private archives in Spain, Mr.

Oilman builds up a vivid sense of the man behind the dialogue and establishes Fernando de Rojas indisputably as its. THE SPAIN OF FERNANDO DE ROJAS: THE INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL LANDSCAPE OF La Celestina. By Stephen Gilman. Princeton: Princeton University Press, xv, p.

Celestina critics, if they agree about little else in their interpretations of the Tragicomedia, have at least always started from a shared conviction that they have to do with a work. An illustration of an open book.

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- Item Preview remove-circle. Using the text of La Celestina as well as public and private archives in Spain, Mr. Oilman builds up a vivid sense of the man behind the dialogue and establishes Fernando de Rojas indisputably as its author—a figure whom critics, while ranking his novel second only to Don Quixote, have treated as semi-anonymous or non-existent.

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Citation Information. Spain of Fernando de Rojas: The Intellectual and Social Landscape of "La Celestina" Princeton University Press. Pages: – La Celestina was first published in but the title and preliminary material of the only copy in existence are another edition appeared this one with the title Comedia de Calisto y Melibea.

In some acrostic verses preceding this text of this edition, the identity of the author is revealed: Fernando de Rojas. Shortly after, the title changed to Tragicomedia de Calisto y.

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Stephen Gilman's La Celestina and the Spain of Fernando de Rojas adds a new dimension to critical studies of the fifteenth-century masterpiece. Spain of Fernando de Rojas: the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, © xv, pages: Named Person: Fernando de Rojas: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Stephen Gilman.

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Fernando de Rojas, (born c. La Puebla de Montalbán, Castile—died AprilTalavera de la Reina, Spain), Spanish author whose single work is La Celestina, an extended prose drama in dialogue that marked an important stage in the development of prose fiction in Spain and in Europe.

Of Jewish parentage, Rojas received a bachelor’s degree in law from the University of Salamanca. The Spain of Fernando de Rojas; the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina [Princeton, N.J.] Princeton University Press [] ISN/STD # LCCN CALL #.

Castro, Americo La Celestina como contienda literaria (castas y casticismo) Madrid: Gilman, Stephen The Spain of Fernando de Rojas: the Intellectual and Social Landscape of “La Celestina” Princeton: Lacarra, Maria Eugenia Como leer “La Celestina” Madrid: Maravall, Jose A El mundo social de “La Celestina” Madrid:   Spain of Fernando de Rojas: The Intellectual and Social Landscape of "La Celestina" (Princeton Legacy Library) Paperback – 8 Mar.

by Stephen Gilman (Author)Author: Stephen Gilman. Gilman, Stephen The Spain of Fernando de Rojas: the Intellectual and Social Landscape of “La Celestina” Princeton Lacarra, Maria Eugenia Como leer “La Celestina” Madrid Maravall, Jose A El mundo social de “La Celestina” Madrid Severin, Dorothy ed.

La Celestina Madrid The intellectual and social landscape of “La Celestina”, Princeton, e-book edition (Spanish: La España de Fernando de Rojas.

Panorama intelectual y social de “La Celestina”, Madrid ) Galdós and the art of the European novelPrincetone-book edition The novel according to Cervantes, Berkeley Fernando de Rojas (–) was born in Toledo, Spain. He worked as a lawyer and served as mayor of Talavera for some time. Celestina is his only published et Sayers Peden is professor emerita of Spanish at the University of Missouri and the translator of major works by Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, Isabel Allende, and o González Echevarría is Sterling Professor of.

Fernando de Rojas. Fernando de Rojas was a writer from Spain who is attributed as the author of the famous Spanish work, La gh not much is known about his life, he is among the most famous authors in Spain, and his legacy lives on today in the form of this great work.

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Using the text of La Celestina as well as. Stephen Gilman, The Spain of Fernando de Rojas. The intellectual and social landscape of «La Celestina». 2 Stephan Gilman, The Spain of Fernando de Rojas: The Intellectual and So cial Landscape of "La Celestina" (Princeton: Princeton Univ.

Press, ), p. 3 Mar?a Rosa Lida de Malkiel, La originalidad art?stica de "La Celestina" (Buenos Aires: Eudeba, ), p. Se refiere a las tres teor?as que, con gran im. Fernando de Rojas / by Peter N. Dunn La perspectiva ironica de Fernando De Rojas / Candido Ayllon The Spain of Fernando de Rojas; the intellectual and social landscape of La Celestina.

Using the text of La Celestina as well as public and private archives in Spain, Mr. Oilman builds up a vivid sense of the man behind the dialogue and establishes Fernando de Rojas indisputably as its author--a figure whom critics, while ranking his novel second only to Don Quixote, have treated as semi-anonymous or : Stephen Gilman.

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THB SPAIN OF FERNANDO DE ROJAS: THE INTELLECTUAL AND SOCIAL LANDSCAPE OF ‘LA CELESTINA’. By Stephen Gilman. Gilman, Stephen The Spain of Fernando de Rojas: the Intellectual and Social Landscape of “La Celestina” Princeton Lacarra, María Eugenia Como leer “La Celestina” Madrid Maravall, José A El mundo social de “La Celestina” Madrid Severin, Dorothy ed.

La Celestina Madrid Fernando De Rojas was a Castilian author about whom little information is known. Fernando de Rojas is known for writing La Celestina (originally titled Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea) in It describes a tragic love affair, and is seen as the beginning of Spain's literary Renaissance/5().

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