Spain of Fernando De Rojas: The Intellectual and Social Landscape of "La Celestina"

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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 masterpiece. 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. We ...

Spain of Fernando de Rojas: The Intellectual and Social Landscape of "La Celestina" 2016, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691646497

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Spain of Fernando de Rojas: The Intellectual and Social Landscape of "La Celestina" 2015, Princeton University Press, New Jersey

ISBN-13: 9780691619620

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