Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Reyes Coll-Tellechea and Sean McDaniel|
|LC Classifications||PQ6409 .L33 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009037736|
This book brings together nine literary scholars from different critical approaches who address this question and reconsider the state of Lazarillo studies.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema:description\/a> \" The Lazarillo Phenomenon illustrates that despite the enormous amount of research already invested in the anonymous novel, it still has much left to offer. Revista Hispanica Moderna () ´ The Lazarillo Phenomenon is aptly titled as these essays collectively reinforce the power that the text holds over its readers. While several contributions could be clarified through editing by a native speaker of English, discerning readers will find a challenge to their perceptions. As a whole, The Lazarillo Phenomenon explores the anonymous novel as a battleground where opposite political forces fought to control Lazaro's voice, as a text that reveals how deceptive were the representational arts in the Trastamara period, as a secular adaptation of the Odyssey in which the divine elements have been replaced by material concerns, as a meticulously constructed revelation of a . Book The Lazarillo Phenomenon. Essays on the Adventures of a Classic Text () Reyes Coll-Tellechea, University of Massachusetts Boston; Sean MacDaniel; Keywords. Lazarillo; Publication Date. Editor. Reyes Coll-Telechea and Sean MCDaniel.
Banned by the Spanish Inquisition after publication in , Lazarillo was soon translated throughout Europe, where it was widely copied. The book is a favorite to this day for its vigorous colloquial style and the earthy realism with which it exposes human hypocrisy. Book from Project Gutenberg: The Life of Lazarillo of Tormes; his fortunes and misfortunes as told by himself Library of Congress Classification: PQ Addeddate The book begins with a prologue written by an unnamed narrator who claims that even if he knows he will be criticized for what he is about to write, he must do it because he must reveal the truth. He also apologizes in advance for being clumsy and he attributes his incapability of writing properly is because he is a poor boy who did not received a good education. Lazarillo de Tormes. Lazarillo de Tormes is an anonymous picaresque novel written at the beginning of the 16th century which tells the story of a young boy of humble origins who works for different men in different planes of society. Lazarillo de Tormes was the first picaresque novel and the one that invented the genre.. Argument of Lazarillo de Tormes.
According to editors Reyes Coll-Tellechea and Sean McDaniel, The Lazarillo Phenomenon was conceived under the belief that the Lazarillo de Tormes field has grown stagnant. Lazarillo de Tormes, or The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and of His Fortunes and Adversities, is a Spanish novella, first published in simultaneously in three cities in Spain and published anonymously due to what was considered at the time to be heretical content, it is considered to be a satirical criticism of the aristocracy and of what was at the time the most powerful. The Lazarillo Phenomenon. Essays on the Adventures of a Classic Text () Reyes Coll-Tellechea, University of Massachusetts Boston. Lazarillo de Tormes was added to the Office of the Inquisition’s official Index of Forbidden Books when it was published, but illegal copies of the book were widely circulated throughout Europe and the text was translated into English and French shortly after it was published.