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ISBN: 0271019840
Author: Ricardo Castells
Language: English
Publisher: Penn State University Press (April 19, 2000)
Pages: 136
Category: History & Criticism
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Castells, Ricardo, 1954-.

Castells, Ricardo, 1954-. Plays & playwrights: classical, early & medieval, c 1000 CE to c 1500, Spanish Literature, Literary Criticism, Plays, Drama, Spanish, Spain, Drama, European - Spanish & Portuguese, Medieval, Celestina, European literature, History and criticism, Renaissance, 1450-1600, Rojas, Fernando de,, d. 1541, d. 1541. Rojas, Fernando de, -1541. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on February 5, 2014.

Studies in Romance Literatures

Studies in Romance Literatures. Fernando de Rojas and the Renaissance Vision. In this excellent book, Castells studies the late medieval and early Renaissance tradition of the spiritual vision-a phenomenon which he convincingly argues is of basic importance to the structure of Celestina. This book will doubtless change the way in which scholars understand and interpret Celestina, influencing work on the play for years to come. James F. Burke, University of Toronto. Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first act and completed the remainder of the drama within a two-week period.

Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first .

Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first act and completed the remainder of the drama within a two-week period. The plot centers on th The late medieval masterpiece Celestina has long been the focus of controversy, over both its authorship and the apparent contradictions and inconsistencies within its plot. Lists with This Book. 24 Hour Coin Operated Books at the Comte de Laundromat.

Author: Castells, Ricardo, 1954-. Note: University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000. European literature - Renaissance, 1450-1600 - History and criticism. Subject: European literature - Renaissance, 1450-1600 - History and criticism.

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Series: Penn State Studies In Romance Literatures. Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first act and completed the remainder of the drama within a two week-period

Series: Penn State Studies In Romance Literatures. Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first act and completed the remainder of the drama within a two week-period.

ROJAS, Fernando de (LITERATURE)

ROJAS, Fernando de (LITERATURE). Born: La Puebla de Montalban, Spain, c. 1475. Education: Received Bachelor of Law degree from University of Salamanca, c. 1498

January 1999 · The Yearbook of English Studies. Fernando de Rojas and the Renaissance Vision: Phantasm, Melancholy, and Didacticism in 'Celestina'.

January 1999 · The Yearbook of English Studies. La littérature en breton du Moyen Âge et de la Renaissance est rarement lue. Les œuvres publiées entre le XVIe siècle et la première moitié du XVIIe siècle sont pourtant connues : elles ont fait l’objet de rééditions critiques au XIXe siècle et au XXe siècle et leur versification élaborée a été assez largement étudiée, même si de nouvelles pistes d’analyse sont actuellement explorées.

About Fernando de Rojas. Penn State studies in Romance literatures. Rojas, Fernando de, d. 1. Castells, Ricardo, 1954-. Fernando de Rojas and the Renaissance Vision : Phantasm, Melancholy, and Didacticism in Celestina. Fernando de Rojas and Celestina : approaching the fifth centenary: proceedings of an international conference in commemoration of the 450th anniversary of the death of Fernando de Rojas, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, 21-24 November 1991. Madison : Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, c1993.

The late medieval masterpiece Celestina has long been the focus of controversy, over both its authorship and the apparent contradictions and inconsistencies within its plot. Scholars trace the publication of Celestina to 1499, when Fernando de Rojas supposedly discovered the first act and completed the remainder of the drama within a two-week period. The plot centers on the ill-fated love of Calisto and Melibea and the fascinating character of the old bawd, Celestina. Scholars disagree about how to interpret the meeting of the two lovers in the first scene, when they share an unusual conversation that is incongruous with their comportment in the remainder of the work. Ricardo Castells seeks to resolve this and other seeming contradictions by tracing the oneiric, phantasmal, and melancholic traditions of the Renaissance and their effect on the composition of Celestina. Castells explores the European cultural and literary tradition—works of both fiction and nonfiction that would have been available to Rojas—to discover theoretical approaches to the physiology of lovesickness and its accompanying dreams and visions. He employs the themes of love, medicine, and dreams in these works to explain the seemingly illogical progression of the play’s action and the ultimately detrimental effects of melancholy, lovesickness, and sensual contamination on the protagonist, Calisto. In so doing, Castells places Celestina within its appropriate cultural and historical context, enriching our perception not only of the text itself but also of the traditions that helped to produce it.

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