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Published by Modern Language Association of America in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lazarillo de Tormes,
  • Picaresque literature, Spanish -- Study and teaching,
  • Spanish drama -- Classical period, 1500-1700 -- Study and teaching

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementedited by Anne J. Cruz.
SeriesApproaches to teaching world literature -- 106
ContributionsCruz, Anne J., 1941-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPQ6409 .A66 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17008236M
ISBN 109781603290166, 9781603290173
LC Control Number2008031308

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In , Lazarillo de Tormes, a slim, unassuming little volume, unsigned by the author, made its first published appearance in the bookstalls of several important mercantile centers in Spain and the then, as narratives of pícaros—and pícaras—continued to follow in the footsteps of Lázaro’s fictional life, picaresque literature developed into a major genre in literary. to Teaching Lazarillo 92 Patricia W. Manning Teaching Lazarillo de Tormes to Nonspecialist Undergraduates 98 MarkJ. Mascia The Picaro as Guide to the Academic Essay Maryrica Ortiz Lottman Teaching the Role of Prostitution in the Female Picaresque Enriqueta Zafra Teaching the Picaresque Tradition Teaching Lazarillo and the Picaresque in. Rent or Buy Approaches to Teaching Lazarillo De Tormes and the Picaresque Tradition - by Cruz, Anne J. for as low as $ at Voted #1 . teaching Lazarillo de Tormes to undergraduate students through the unknown author / Yolanda Gamboa --The apocryphal interpolations of Alcalá: textuality and the act of rereading / John C. Parrack --Formalism and stylistic analysis as applied to Lazarillo de Tormes / Joseph V. Ricapito --The rhetoric of interpretation: the case of Quevedo's.

  Approaches to teaching world literature; v PQ For specialists, nonspecialists, and graduate students, Cruz (Spanish, U. of Miami) compiles 18 essays on approaches to teaching Lazarillo de Tormes () and related works of the picaresque tradition at the undergraduate level. Teaching Lazarillo de Tormes to Undergraduate Students through the Unknown Author 62 Yolanda Gamboa The Apocryphal Interpolations of Alcal¿: Textuality and the Act of Rereading 67 John C. Parrack Formalism and Stylistic Analysis as Applied to Lazarillo de Tormes 74 Joseph V. Ricapito The Rhetoric of Interpretation: The Case of Quevedo's Busc. 1 LAZARILLO DE TORMES [] I. The picaresque novel: A very characteristic of literary genre in Spain appeared in the period of Carlos I, this new kind of prose fiction belongs to the realist and satirical literary tradition which is centered on the main character, a picaro or rogue, a vagrant, an anti-hero, serving as the narrator “I” to tell the story. Cruz, Anne, ed., Approaches to Teaching Lazarillo de Tormes and the Picaresque Tradition (New York: MLA, ) Dionne, Craig and Mentz, Steve, eds., Rogues and Early Modern English Culture (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ).

Play and the Picaresque: Lazarillo de Tormes, Libro de Manuel and Match Ball way to appreciate the social and human orientation of contemporary Latin American fiction is the apparently outmoded approach through genre. This route, however, puts us at odds with such writers as Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortázar, and Octavio Paz, to name only. Teaching Lazarillo and the picaresque in the autobiographical tradition / Encarnación Juárez-Almendros The literature of survival: the neopicaresque after / Soledad Fox Teaching the Spanish American picaresque novel: from El Periquillo Sarniento to Ángeles del abismo / Wilfrido H. Corral. In , Lazarillo de Tormes, a slim, unassuming little volume, unsigned by the author, made its first published appearance in the bookstalls of several important mercantile centers in Spain and the Netherlands. Since then, as narratives of picaros-and picaras-continued to follow in the footsteps of Lazaro's fictional life, picaresque literature developed into a major genre in literary studies. Abstract. Lazarillo de Tormes has been often interpreted by contemporary criticism as the first modern novel, due to the alleged complex personality of its protagonist and the structural unity of the work. However, Lazarillo was understood by Golden Age readers as primarily a funny and amusing book. Analysis of the rhetorical devices employed by its unreliable narrator allows a new.