The idealistic and realistic narrative

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The narrative idealist shows an idealized world, populated with fantastic characters and archetypal arguments implausible. 1.1 The romance of chivalry: the chivalric genre originated in medieval times. During the sixteenth century this genre reached a great development, include: - Tirant lo Blanc: written in Catalan in 1490 and translated into Castilian in 1511. According to Cervantes is the best book in the world for its style. - Amadis of Gaul: Garcia Rodriguez published in 1508, the Spanish chivalry novel par excellence. It is characterized by the presence of fantastic elements such as teaching.1.2 The pastoral novel: It is of Italian origin, and beginning in 1504. These are works that tell the amorous misadventures of idealized shepherds living in an idyllic setting. In Castilian is the first pastoral novelist Jorge de Montemayor and his work is called Diana. Gaspar Gil Diana published her love, Montemayor continued. In 1585 Cervantes published the first part of his pastoral novel La Galatea. 1.3 Byzantine novel: They are stories of love, travel and adventure in a pair of lovers who suffers the misfortune of separation and living apart complicated experience, that always end happily . The first Spanish novel is the story of the loves of thinning and Florisea Alonso Núñez.1.4 The Moorish novel: Grenadian case narratives are emerging as an evolution of the border romances. Love stories starring raises Moors and Christians with frequent incarcerations, separations and reunions. The 1st work is The Story of Spanish and beautiful Jarifa Abencerraje of unknown authorship.
The realist novel: They present a realistic day aspects in even low to reality. These stories that follow the path opened by the matchmaker, they represent a great innovation and decisive for the creation of the modern novel. 2. 1Francisco Delicate: The lush Andalusian: The first milestone in the realistic narrative is the lush Andalusian priest Francisco Delicado. This novel is a prostitute and pimp protagonist achieves estabablecerse in Rome corrupt and immoral at the time. The work is characterized by transcribing the most ordinary features of everyday speech and therefore rejects the precepts of rhetoric, which recommended a more carefully. Together with the Andalusian Lozana, the main novel is the Life of Lazarillo a current source of all literature: the picaresque novel picaresque novel 2.2La: picaresque subgenre main works are: Lazarillo de Tormes (anonymous), Guzman Alfarrace (Matthew German) and Life Buscón (Francisco de Quevedo). They are defined by the following characteristics:- Recount the misfortunes of a low-status character, the rogue, who lives to serve several masters. - The story is presented as a fictional autobiography and retrospective of the protagonist, from childhood to the moment when the narrator .- The narrator writes about his past when he is a rogue adult. Son of parents without honor, criminals and prostitutes, become a thief and survival are made to serve several masters. - It is a story that converged in the various events and episodes are designed and subject to a final project: to explain the dishonor in which the character lives end the relationship. - The picaresque works are realistic and offer a wide and varied social portrait, in which characters appear every size and shape.
The lyric in the early Renaissance
Underwent a significant evolution in themes and form. And his promoter isGarcilaso de la v
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his work is brief, but very high quality, consists of 3 Eclogues, 38 sonnets, elegies 2, 4 songs and 1 ode. Garcilaso introduced with great success the Italian forms of poetry in Spanish. It's a Petrarchan poet, both in form and content. He learned Italian poetry form, very meticulous, bordering on perfection, there should be more important than the lyrical emotion. That makes it our first modern poet. - Content. It is almost exclusively theme of love. Two attitudes to love: --Poems in vita, written in Elizabeth's life, his beloved, give us a love pain over rejection of the beloved. Jealousy appear on a few songs ... - Poetry in the north, composed after the death of Elizabeth, send us a painful love for his final impossibility. He fondly remembers the past tense, as if the relationship had become full in l some time. "Style: highlights for the pursuit of perfection. Among the most representative characteristics of his poetic musicality stand, smoothness 8sobre all the adjectives by epithets) yl elegance. Their style is unified rhetorical elements from the Italian tradition of Castilian origin with other Italian
The moral and religious poetry
In the XVth century produced the flowering of the ascetic and mystical literature. In Spain is produced later by:
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The spirit arisen from the Council of Trent, known as Counter closure occurred outside the advancing Lutheran preventing contact with European thought and the ideas which may transmit, censorship halted all thematic and conditioned excess creativity of the authors. - The extension involves the revitalization of Renaissance themes and forms of traditional and religious experiences, common during the Middle Ages, which revived and fused with Italianate forms and spirit. From their union were born two streams: - Le term ascetic level of theology. Used to refer to the stages ofway of perfection through which the soul through spiritual exercises, and cleanse manages shed bodily pleasures and earthly goods. Include: Luis de Granada and Fray Luis de Leon ... "With the term designating a mystical spiritual state that is the experience or direct knowledge of divinity that man can survive as a free gift of God. Ways to achieve the contact of soul with God: - Way of Purification: Purification soul through penance. It rejects the mundane, the body. Common pathway to the ascetics. - Way of Illumination: the soul is illuminated by a special knowledge, completely different to the mundane-.- V ia Union: the soul merges with God, producing ecstasy. It reaches a joy unspeakable."Fray Luis de Leon. His producing in prose and verse. In his prose work The Perfect Wife stands and the names of Christ. The verse play though sparse, highlighted by the masterly handling of the ode, which will develop a theme of ascetic and philosophical background. We will find thinking about the simple life, contempt for material goods. The style is a reflection of the Renaissance spirit. Therefore, the formal simplicity, harmony and careful preparation are present in his verse.

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