Celestina

 
 
Digireads.com Publishing
  • erschienen am 1. Februar 2013
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  • 182 Seiten
 
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978-1-4209-4833-2 (ISBN)
 
"Celestina," or the "Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea and the old prostitute Celestina," is a late 15th century work by Fernando de Rojas that is considered one of the greatest works of Spanish literature, one which marks the transition from the late medieval period and the beginning of the literary renaissance in Spain. The story is concerned with the love affair of Calisto and Melibea. Upon meeting Melibea, Calisto falls madly in love with her. However at first she rejects his advances. Calisto's servant Sempronio introduces him to Celestina, a local procuress at a brothel, whom he says can help him win the love of Melibea. Unfortunately Sempronio and Celestina are primarily interested in just getting as much money out of Calisto as possible; a deception which will have tragic consequences for the two would be lovers. Described as a Spanish "Romeo and Juliet," "Celestina" is a highly regarded work of Spanish literature that would be highly influential on the development of the picaresque novel as well as the work of future Spanish literary figures like Miguel de Cervantes.
  • Englisch
  • Stilwell
  • |
  • USA
Neeland Media LLC
978-1-4209-4833-2 (9781420948332)
1420948334 (1420948334)
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  • Title page
  • INTRODUCTION
  • To my worthy and much esteemed friend SIR THOMAS RICHARDSON, KNIGHT.
  • THE PROLOGUE
  • THE ACTORS
  • CELESTINA
  • ACT I
  • ACT II
  • ACT III
  • ACT IV
  • ACT V
  • ACT VI
  • ACT VII
  • ACT VIII
  • ACT IX
  • ACT X
  • ACT XI
  • ACT XII
  • ACT XIII
  • ACT XIV
  • ACT XV
  • ACT XVI
  • ACT XVII
  • ACT XVIII
  • ACT XIX
  • ACT XX
  • ACT XXI
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