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garcilaso the vga d: s 1 + d ls imxtants poets rnacimiento dl (sixteenth century) in canopy spaña.naciol 1501 and participated in campaigns divrsas militars to carls 1.murio srvicio emprador dl in Nice in 1536, x ls erdian sustained assault enl a 1a fortalza.tnia 2 conditions: guerrro and ame d ltras.s 1 prfcto ejmplo d cortsano rnacntista.
d their production s dstacan 3 Egola (starring poetic composition x pastors k il discuss love life enl field) and its 30 y8 sntos.
t + sn ls 3l principals
love, naturalza, ls classical myths.
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Fray luis d lon: born in 1527, i aparc lifetime linked to salamanca, d whose 1ivrsidad was profsor.muriol 1591.
sn famous works + odes of effect the 1st srie d ls k dstacan martyrs life (or the solitary life cancion d) Srna noxe song to noxe dspierta stryada k enl poem longing sky and dso d dl d st evadirs world, Francisco Salinas, 1 DDIC blind musician friend.
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the Count, in the original ancient book castyano d ls dl enxiempls Count, et d Patronio (book d ls d ejmpls Patronio Count, dl), s for the most part 1 book d exempla and stories of effect ERMISSION moralizants xl 1330 and 1335 infant gift juan manuel. considrada t is the masterpiece of narrative prose d dl d fourteenth century the Litrature spañola.
t is the book Compustar x 5 books, l + d ls known cuals 51 short stories (alg1s Dyos d 1st page or 2 or +) fuents several toma2 d, cm sopo and other classics, and tales tradicionals cm Arabs. the 'istoria dl yl magician Dan D santiago d awning (story XI), has japonss tradicionals smjanzas with stories and yamada Mujra istoria d 1A tru Dona ana (story vii)-the'
d the lxera story "to pro-ligramnt been varied idntificada cm x max Immigrants Indian panxatantra cycle caused enl.
didactic moral purpose and the brand s libro.l dl convrsación Count, begins his plantándol Patronio consjro problme 1 ( "a ame the 1st propusta exo ma ... 'or' k tmo prsna intnta this or that ...") and requests consjo xa rsolvrlo. Patronio rspond always very umildad, ncsario sr asgurando not give consjo a 1a prsna so ill cml cond, contarl pro ofrcién2e to the 1st istoria d la k st can extract the 1st ensñanza xa rsolvr his problme. ls sn exempla tales, genre asntado tradition litraria mdieval.
each chapter TERMS + or - d the same way, with pkñas variacions: "et entndiendo don jo k an exiempls hese were very good, fízols riting in st book, he caused hese et overtones in place the sntnçia d ks ls exiempls. assi et ls vissa dizn. l s book closes with 1 xado k d the condnsa the moralja istoria. then comes to the final ad + d each the 1st story strange phrase: "and d istoria sta st s ks ejmplo continues." sd intrprtación sto difficult, nothing pusto vien k d + d so. autors cm sr jmblcua dbid k can say ak allusion a 1a miniature ac k enl dbió d be original codex, where s antrior embodied the narrative. istory SRIA, x thus drawing or painting.
sn works:
Ayerbe-Xauxa rinaldo.l Count, traditional and original cradora motherland. madrid: xrúa, 1975.
chaff, Pdro luis. Count, dl analysis. good airs: cntro editor d latin america, 1968.
Biglieri, Aníbal A. dl the 1st acia rlat didactic poetry: 8 Count, sobrl studios. xapl i: 1c dpt. of romance languags, 1989.
dvoto, daniel. studio d introduction to Don Juan Manuel and in particular Count, dl: 1a bibliography. Paris: Editions-amricanas ISPAN, 1972.
dyermond, alan. "introduction." Count, dl book. ed. Ayerbe-xauxa rinaldo. madrid: the ambra, 1985. 3-49.
flory, david.l Count, Don Juan Manuel in his contxto ISTORICAL. madrid: Specifications, 1995.
ammr, Mixael floyd. "framing RADR you: exemplarity and et ics in te manuscripts of te 'Count,'." p. d. Ls 1ivrsity of california at angls, 2004.
kaplan, grgory b. "innovation and umor in tr OFL's most amusing Count, exempls: a frudian approax." ispanófila 123 (1998): 1-15.
lida d Malkiel, Maria Rosa. "3 Notes on Don Juan Manuel." p ilology romance 4.2-3 (1950): 155-94.
rodriguez, Enrik JSUS. "maxismo mdieval.l arcisprst d ita and Don Juan Manuel: 2 actituds ant the mujra" istoria 16, 1981, 6 (67): 106-109
sturm, arlan. "aut aut or Orithyia and Count, inl." ispanófila 52 (1974): 1-10.

The life of Lazarillo de Tormes and his fortunes and adversities (better known as Lazarillo de Tormes) is an anonymous Spanish novel written in first person and in epistolary style (as one long letter), whose earliest known edition dates from 1554. It is an autobiographical account of the life of a child, two cities, in the sixteenth century, from birth and miserable childhood to his marriage, and in adulthood. It is considered the forerunner of the picaresque novel with elements such as realism, first-person narrative, the structure roaming between multiple masters and moralizing ideology and pessimistic.
Lazarillo de Tormes is an outline of the ironic, ruthless society of the time, which shows their vices and hypocrisy, especially of the clergy and religious. There are different hypotheses about its authorship. Probably the author was sympathetic to the ideas of Erasmus. This resulted in the Inquisition banned and later allowed its publication, once purged. The work was never published in full until the nineteenth century.
The work is divided into seven treaties and first-person account of the history of Lazaro Gonzalez Perez, a boy of humble origins, but without honors, was born in a river of Salamanca, the Tormes, as the great hero Amadis, was orphaned of his father, a thief named miller took Gonzalez and was placed in service to the blind by his mother, Antona Perez, a free with a black woman, Zaide, which gives a nice brother Lazarillo mulatto.
Between 'fortunes and adversities, "Lazarus evolves from its initial simplicity to develop a survival instinct. It awakened to the evil of the world by the butt of a stone bull, Lie with which the blind man out of his simplicity, then cunning rivals the celebrated him at various events such as grapes and jug of wine (a model of classical narration) until you come back at stone goring another lie, which is worth the cruel blind defeats against a pillar.
Goes on to serve a priest of Maqueda miser who starves, and some bread to excise a chest that is, the dark cleric confuses him (accidentally whistle in his mouth the key of the ark, hidden during sleep) and taking him by snake, discovers the deceit, gives a tremendous beating and dismissed him.
It then enters the service of a noble ruin whose only treasure are her memories of nobility and dignity; Lazarillo sympathizes with him, because although it has nothing to give, at least treats you well ... if it relies on the sympathy aroused to get to give some of the crumbs that get the boy to beg because he lacks the dignity of the nobility. The squire pathetic eventually leave the city and Lazarillo is again alone in the world.

of "barefoot" or to tighten the statutes of the regular clergy, or perhaps an allusion to heterosexual sexual activity or homoeróticas6).
The fifth is more extensive treaty: tells a scam done by a vendor or pardoner bulls (one bull was an ecclesiastical document certifying that, in exchange for a sum, the exemption of a certain number of years of purgatory). Pardoner Lazarillo serves and attends as a spectator, without opinion, the development of the thymus, in which the pardoner pretend that someone who thinks the Bulls are good for nothing is possessed by the devil, when in fact it is in league or in cahoots with him; this is discovered after the event, with skillful technique of suspension. This treaty also suffered censorship pruning.
The remaining short treatises and tell how Lazarus sits with other masters, a chaplain, a master of making tambourines and a sheriff and becomes water-carrier. Finally get the position of crier through the archpriest of the church of San Salvador in Toledo, Who also offers a home and a chance to marry one of her servants, in order to dispel rumors hanging over him since he was accused of having an affair with his maid. However, after the wedding rumors do not go away and Lazarus begins to be mocked by the people. Lazarus infidelity suffer patiently, after a lifetime of seeing what the honor and dignity hypocrisy that masks the real, because that at least lets you live, and thus ends the letter, a cynical argument that ridicules the self-justifying idealistic literature of the time. Lazarus says that it has attained happiness, but this had to lose his honor, as the rumors say that his wife is the mistress of the Archpriest. To maintain its position, Lazarus turns a deaf ear to such rumors.

Second Part of Lazarillo de Tormes (anonymous) [edit]
First published in Antwerp in 1555, no author name. Nicolas Antonio Cardoso for quotes attributed to a certain Fray Manuel de Porto. Had little reception among readersBecause instead of maintaining realistic and picaresque line of the original book, turned the story of Lazarus lucianesca an allegorical fantasy, in which the protagonist becomes tuna, marries a tuna and fish have children so the father and mother, holding the Court of tunas all kinds of wars as head of the same against other fish. Possibly, the unknown author, who perhaps was a Spanish established in Flanders, he wished to refer to characters in these episodes and Spanish life circumstances of the time, but the satire had little success and was reprinted only in Milan in 1587 and 1615, together with the first Lazarillo.
This second part is divided into 18 chapters:
Chapter I. Lazarus realizes that the friendship that was in Toledo with a few Germans, and what happened to them.
Chapter II. How Lazarus, by the importunity of friends, he was to embark for the war in Algiers, and what befell him there.
Chapter III. How Lazaro de Tormes made tuna out of the cave, and how he took the sentinels of tunas and brought him before the general.
Chapter IV. How, after all tuna Lazarus entered the cave, and finding Lazarus but the dresses, so many that thought came to drown, and the remedy that Lazarus did.
Chapter V. In that wretched Lazarus the payment account that gave the overall tuna for his service and his friendship with the master Licio.
Chapter VI. In that regard what Captain Lazarus Lycian, his friend, he happened on the court with the great master.
Chapter VII. How, the prison known for Lazarus his friend Licio, I cried a lot, he and the other, and what was done about it.
Chapter VIII. How Lazarus and his tuna, put in order, go to court to free will Licio.
Chapter IX. It contains how escaped death from Licio, his friend, and more for what he did.
Chapter X. How to collect all the tuna Lazarus, entered the house of Don Paver traitor and killed him there.
Chapter XI. How, after the tumult of the master Licio, Lazarus with tuna entered his cosnejo to see what they would do, and how they sent their embassy to the king of the tuna.
Chapter XII. How the lady captain turned back to the king, and brought a good response.
Chapter XIII. How Lazarus settled with the king, and how his was very private.
Chapter XIV. How the King and Licio Lazarus determined to marry the pretty moon, and made the wedding.
Chapter XV. How Lazarus to walk in the woods hunting, lost his, he found the Truth.
Chapter XVI. How, Lazarus dismissed the Truth, going with the tuna to spawn, was taken in nets, and returned to being a man.
Chapter XVII. That has made conversion in Seville, on a scaffold, Lazarus tuna.
Chapter XVIII. How Lazaro came to Salamanca, and friendship and dispute with the rector, and how it was with students.

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