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  Jorge de Montemayor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shortly afterwards Montemayor was killed in Piedmont, apparently in a love affair; a late edition of the Diana gives the exact date of his death.
The Diana is generally stated to have been printed at Valencia in 1542; but, as the Canto de Orfeo refers to the widowhood of the Infanta Juana in 1554, the book must be of later date.
Though Portuguese was Montemayor's native language, he only used it for two songs and a short prose passage in the sixth book of the Diana.
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 Jorge Manrique - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jorge Manrique (ca1440 – 1479) was a Spanish poet who actively participated in the conflicts of the era of Enrique IV and Isabel I of Castile on the side of Isabel, but died in a battle at the castle of Garcimuñoz in 1479 after Isabel gained the crown.
Manrique was a great-nephew of Iñigo López de Mendoza (marquess of Santillana), a descendant of Pero López de Ayala, chancellor of Castile, and a nephew of Gómez Manrique, corregidor of Toledo, all important poets of the late fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.
He was, therefore, a member of a very important noble family that was related to the house of Trastámara and known as much for his military prowess as he was for his poetry.
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 Jorge De Montemayor
One by Alonzo Perez, a physician of Salamanca, who claimed that Montemayor had entrusted to him his plans for finishing the work, appeared in 1564 and was a failure.
The "Diana" enjoyed great popularity and led to many imitations by famous authors, notably "La Arcadia" of Lope de Vega, and "La Galatea" of Cervantes, and it is said that Shakespeare based his "Two Gentlemen of Verona" upon an episode in "La Diana".
Montemayor has also left a number of lyric poems, published in 1554 under the title of "Cancionero", and reprinted in 1562, 1572, and 1588.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/m/montemayor,jorge_de.html   (390 words)

 Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Miguel de Cervantes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (September 29, 1547 – April 23, 1616), was a Spanish novelist, poet and playwright.
He is best known for his novel Don Quixote de la Mancha, which is considered by many to be the first modern novel, one of the greatest works in Western literature, and the greatest of the Spanish language.
Miguel de Cervantes was born at Alcalá de Henares, Spain.
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 Miguel de Cervantes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (IPA: /miˈɣel ðe θerˈβantes saˈβe(ð)ra/) (September 29, 1547 – April 23, 1616), was a Spanish novelist, poet and playwright.
Cervantes was born at Alcalá de Henares, Spain.
La Galatea, the pastoral romance, which Cervantes wrote in his youth, is a happy imitation of the Diana of Jorge de Montemayor, but exhibiting a still closer resemblance to Gil Polo's continuation of that romance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Miguel_de_Cervantes   (6605 words)

 Portuguese literature. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The Portuguese Bernardim Ribeiro’s pastoral novel Menina e Moça [the book of the young girl] (1554) was certainly the inspiration in part for the Spanish Jorge de Montemayor’s Diana (1559), one of the most important novels in Spanish literature.
João B. de Almeida Garrett, the chief exponent of French-inspired romanticism, exercised great influence over a generation of poets, playwrights, and novelists.
Important contemporary novelists include José Cardosa-Piresa, Olga Gonçalves, Lídia Jorge, António Lobo Antunes, and José Saramago, who is internationally recognized as one of the great modern writers of fiction (he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1998).
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Montemayor's promise of writing a Second Part caused in 1563 a continuation by salmantine doctor Alonso Perez.
Augustine's Confessions (354-430) and Spiritual Alphabet by Francisco de Osuna, Teresa composes with simplicity, fourty chapters with her life and the phases of her spiritual career.
In Spain Hernando de Soto (ca.1568-after 1622) wrote many, alegorically exposed in one of the four medieval senses: it can be seen in his Moralized Emblems (1599).
www.spanisharts.com /books/literature/i_felipeii.htm   (2504 words)

 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Spanish Language and Literature
Luis de León was of Salamanca, at whose university he taught: at Seville an excellent poet was Fernando de Herrera (about 1534-97) whose martial odes and sonnets, celebrating Lepanto and Don John of Austria, are illustrative of his muse.
In oratory B. Juan de Avila (1502-69), the Augustinian Juan Marquez (1564-1621), the Franciscan Gabriel de Toro, the Jesuit Florencia and the Archbishop of Valencia Sto.
Two other Jesuits, Luis de la Palma and Juan Eusebio de Nieremberg, have left works in Spanish which are still esteemed as gems of spiritual literature: the former, "Historia de la Sagrada Pasión" (1624); the latter, among others, the famous treatise "De la diferencia entre lo temporal y lo eterno" (1640).
www.newadvent.org /cathen/14192a.htm   (9202 words)

 Cervantes and Libros de entendimiento, by Mary Lee Cozad
Libros de entendimiento in the sense of “books of intellect,” then, might reflect Cervantes' ongoing interest in the relationship between the intellect and the imagination (libros de caballerías being imaginative but not intellectual works) and his sixteenth-century conviction that “intellect and imagination belong to different realms” (El Saffar 1986: 83).
For Fernando de Herrera literary inspiration was the product of imagination regulated by the entendimiento (reminiscent of Tasso's fantasia intellettuale, which, as we have said, was a higher sort of imagination based on entendimiento), and the entendimiento the abode of Platonic forms.
Beneficio de tercero, provecho de tercero and perjuicio de tercero were apparently commonly-used quasi-legal expressions in sixteenth-century Spain.
users.ipfw.edu /jehle/CERVANTE/csa/articf88/cozad.htm   (6726 words)

 Fosalba Vela   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Nowadays, Eugenia Fosalba prepares an edition of the four texts that transmited the tale, moreover of an extract of the two pairs of civil wars of Granada of Ginés Pérez de Hita, for Editorial Crítica.
Ediciones, traducciones e influencias, Univ. Autónoma de Barcelona, where was analysed the evolution of the castilian editions of this novel, authentic Best-seller of the XVI century, also in Spain and the foreign countries, and where the evolution of the text was analysed in other countries like, Italy, France, England and Germany.
de Sevilla and Córdoba, 2001), among other aportations to the spanish literature and compared.
www.udg.es /lletres/Filolohispaniques/professors/EugeniaFosalbaing.htm   (148 words)

 SHAKSPER: Submitted Papers
However, the strongly Italianate character of Montemayor's Diana and the generic rather than precise nature of the similarities noted by Judith Kennedy do suggest that more exact parallels may be found in the literature of Italy.
The world of the play is in turmoil as a result of Oberon's and Titania's displeasure and again the moon is participant: Therefore the moon, the governess of floods, Pale in her anger, washes all the air That rheumatic diseases do abound.
Michael Jamieson (Penguin, Harmondsworth 1966) Montemayor, Jorge de and Gil Polo A Critical Edition of Yong's Translation of George of Montemayor's DIANA and Gil Polo's ENAMOURED DIANA trans.
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A través de un estudio y comparación de estas obras, buscaremos una definición de la literatura erótica en una escala temática que va desde el amor platónico hasta el pornográfico, sus características y arquitectura literaria, los criterios que rigen nuestra descripción y su aplicación a la literatura erótica española en contraste con la europea.
El curso tiene como objetivos la lectura, análisis y comentario de los principales textos teórico-críticos sobre la novela producidos por los narradores hispanoamericanos a partir de la primera generación contemporánea, y el estudio de la manera como tales principios han determinado la composición y desarrollo de la novela hispanoamericana durante el período actual.
Para cumplir tales objetivos se comenzará estableciendo los principios teóricos y la estructura de la novela tradicional y se analizarán a continuación algunas de las formas características asumidas por la novela contemporánea durante los últimos cincuenta años.
www.coh.arizona.edu /spanish/litspring00.htm   (565 words)

The life of the Portuguese Francisco Sá de Miranda (1481-1558), runs parallel to that of Garcilaso, who composed poems in Castilian as well as in his mother tongue.
They are Hernando de Acuña (1518-1580), remembered for his celebrated sonnet in which he exalts the Spanish Emperor, Charles, and Gutierre de Cetina (1514-1557), author of our literature´s most famous madrigal.
This is represented by Cristóbal de Castillejo (1492-1550) and Gregorio Silvesre (1520-1569).
www.spanisharts.com /books/literature/i_garcilaso.htm   (739 words)

 The Absence of the Absence of Women. Rosilie Hernández-Pecorado
In Jorge de Montemayor's Los siete libros de la Diana, Diana and her female companions are, as Mujica puts it, “goddess-like”, women who represent the model of virginity and extreme beauty that their male counterparts desire (219).
Clearly, the “artificioso rodeo de palabras” is a direct reference to the high poetic practice that served as the most important activity of the male subject in the pastoral tradition and which Don Quixote wishes to replace in his Golden Age speech by “verdad y llaneza” (156; vol.
Although “muerte de amor” is a convention of the genre, its effective occurrence threatens to deplete the male community and introduces self-violence that does not fit in the idealized and eternal springtime of the locus amoenus.
www.h-net.org /~cervantes/csa/artics98/hernande.htm   (7556 words)

 HT2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Jorge de Montemayor, Omelías sobre Miserere mei Deus.
The sequence of poems entitled Omelías sobre Miserere mei Deus is Jorge de Montemayor's most ambitious religious composition in verse.
The purpose of the present volume is to make the Omelías better known, first by presenting in readable form a critical edition of the text, and then by tracing, in the introduction and the notes, the influence of the movements of reform, both poetic and religious, that shaped it.
www.dur.ac.uk /DMLS/DMLSwebpages/HT2.html   (87 words)

 Terence O Reilly
Lazarillo de Tormes and the literature of satire;
the prose and poetry of Fray Luis de León.
`Jorge de Montemayor and the Poetry of the Psalms', in Convivium.
www.ucc.ie /ucc/depts/hispanic/department/staff/members/oreilly.html   (626 words)

The objective of this course is the study of the presence and development of the short story in Spain since the rise of the nation as the first modern state under the crown of Isabel de Castilla and Fernando de Aragón in 1492 untill the present time.
The triumph of the Renaissancein Italy, as well as in the rest of Europe (see the English literature of the period), perhaps the most important artistic movement in the history of the arts, is going to place the individual at the center of everything (check here for a good outline of the R.).
This individualism is very clear in the first totally original collection of short stories in Spain -the anonymous Lazarillo de Tormes (1553), which became the grandfather of all picaresque tales all over the world.
mason.gmu.edu /~rberroa/span329fall00.htm   (708 words)

 Salina, resúmenes / abstracts del número 16
La lucha contra las reglas de la poética tradicional entre los escritores románticos, que dio lugar a numerosas críticas por parte de los teóricos más conservadores, afectó a los límites entre el verso y la prosa, que se hicieron cada vez más permeables.
La recepción italiana de las representaciones de obras españolas de la vanguardia de los años sesenta y setenta se caracteriza fundamentalmente por la presencia consistente de piezas de Fernando Arrabal, dramaturgo ausente de los escenarios patrios de dichas décadas.
Al subvertir los dogmas de algunas tradiciones míticas y religiosas por medio de una voz doble, bitextual, la del discurso oprimido y la del dominante, Castro renueva la originaria naturaleza creadora de la mujer y exige su participación activa en una reconstrucción de la cultura.
pizarro.fll.urv.es /salina/abstract_16.htm   (4176 words)

 [minstrels] The Passionate Shepherd to His Love -- Christopher Marlowe
During the 16th and 17th centuries, too, pastoral romance novels (by Jacopo Sannazzaro, Jorge de Montemayor, Miguel de Cervantes, and Honoré d'Urfé) appeared, as did in the 15th and 16th centuries the pastoral drama (by Torquato Tasso and Battista Guarini).
The "modern" pastoral, deriving from Bernard de Fontenelle, dwelled on the innocence of the contemporary rustic (though not on his miseries).
In England the controversy was reflected in a quarrel between Alexander Pope and Ambrose Philips, though the liveliest pastorals of the period were by John Gay, whose mode was burlesque (and whose Beggar's Opera is ironically subtitled "A Newgate Pastoral"--Newgate being one of London's prisons).
www.cs.rice.edu /~ssiyer/minstrels/poems/997.html   (1477 words)

 HISP S531 3995 Spanish Renaissance Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
New cultural and literary principles: Juan de Valdés, "Diálogo de la lengua;" Juan Boscán’s translation of Baldassare Castiglione’s "Il Cortigiano." The Humanism.
Idealistic narratives: "El Abencerraje." Jorge de Montemayor’s "Los siete libros de la Diana." 6.
Realistic narratives and the invention of the modern novel: Lazarillo de Tormes.
www.indiana.edu /~deanfac/blspr02/hisp/hisp_s531_3995.html   (160 words)

 David Darst
Books include Imitatio: Polémicas sobre la imitación en el Siglo de Oro español (1985), Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (1987), and Converting Fiction: Counter Reformational Closure in the Secular Literature of Golden Age Spain (1998).
Current research is on the various manifestations of love philosophies in the European Middle Ages, and the writings of Francisco de Quevedo.
The lectures will emphasize the meanings these texts may have held for the author and his audience at the time of their publication.
www.fsu.edu /~modlang/spanish/Darst.htm   (289 words)

The lady celebrated in the love Iyrics is said to have been a fair gentlewoman of Valencia, Teresa Bou (or Monboy), whom March met for the first time — even as Petrarch had met his Laura — in church on a Good Friday.
In the sixteenth century his Iyrics were translated twice into Castilian first by Baltasar de Romani (printed in 1539, four years before the first edition of the original Catalan text), and again by Jorge de Montemayor.
His influence is clear in a number of the leading poets writing in Spanish in the same century, such as Boscan, Garcilaso de la Vega, and Mendoza.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09642b.htm   (505 words)

 Empire in a small space: Spanish pastoral in its imperial context (Jacopo Sannazaro, Garcilaso de la Vega, Jorge de ...
This aspect of the pastoral, introduced in antiquity by Theocritus and Vergil, gained greater importance in Renaissance pastoral with the Arcadia of Jacopo Sannazaro, where the depiction of shepherds in an idealized Arcadian landscape was combined with the journey of the protagonist from Naples to Arcadia and back again.
This combination of repose in an idealized landscape and travel to other lands was transmitted to Spain by the pastoral Garcilaso de la Vega, and then moved to the pastoral novels, such as Jorge de Montemayor's Diana and Gaspar Gil Polo's Diana enamorada.
This interplay of repose and travel was appropriated by Spanish pastoral, it played a dual function: to construct Spain as a kind of locus amoenus, while at the same time gesturing toward and criticizing an expanding empire.
repository.upenn.edu /dissertations/AAI3179711   (377 words)

 Arce,Juan Books - Signed, used, new, out-of-print
Rodriguez de Montalvo pretende relatar una historia sucedida no muchos anos despues de la pasion de Jesucristo.
Los acontecimientos relatados, "cosas admirables fuera de la orden de la natura," ejemplos de...
With their own words and photographs fifteen inner city boys describe what it is like to live and go to school--or cut school--in a slum neighborhood.
www.alibris.com /search/books/author/Arce,Juan   (215 words)

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He received his Ph.D. from the University of California at Davis, having completed previous degrees at Stanford University (B.A.) and California State University at Sacramento (M.A.), the course work for the latter being done at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
He also studied at the Universidad de Salamanca and the Universidad Autónoma de México.
His scholarship includes Don Quijote, symbol of a culture in crisis and The Religious Poetry of Jorge de Montemayor and additional studies on Garcilaso, Montemayor, Fray Luis de León, Cervantes, Bernardim Ribeiro, Camoens, Jorge de Sena, and a translation of Los cuernos de don Friolera by Valle-Inclán.
web.utk.edu /~spanport/Spanish/Spag/Faclty/Creel.html   (207 words)

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In 1999, his fieldwork project on TV commercials, entitled “De attitude van Marokkaanse TV-kigkers op de reklame van de Marokkaanse kanalen,” appeared in Cultuur en Imigratie, an international Dutch scholarly journal of society and culture.
Presentations include Columbus, Cabeza de Vaca, Gonzalo Guerrero, La Malinche, The Virgin of Guadalupe, Jorge de Montemayor, Antonia Pulci, and Teresa de al Parra.
She received her B.A. in History from the Univesidad Autónoma de Madrid, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in American Intellectual History from the University of Missouri at Columbia.
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