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by Frank A. Dominquez

  • ISBN: 0813116511
  • Author: Frank A. Dominquez
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 213
  • Publisher: University of Kentucky; First Edition edition (December 31, 1988)
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  • Category: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
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Love and Remembrance book. Frank A. Dominguez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in English in fifty years. After presenting the biographical and historical context of Manrique's poetry, Dominguez examines the poet's love l Jorge Manrique was the greatest poet of fifteenth-century Castile and one of the three or four greatest in Spanish literature.

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Frank A. Domínguez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in. . Domínguez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in English in fifty years. Moreover, his attention to parallel construe the world's greatest.

Jorge Manrique wrote love lyrics in the . Domínguez, Frank A. Love and Remembrance: The Poetry of Jorge Manrique.

Jorge Manrique wrote love lyrics in the courtly-love tradition and two satires. These called canciones (songs), esparsas (short poems, generally of a single stanza), preguntas y respuestas (questions and answers), and glosas de mote (literally, "interpretations of refrains"; see villancico). It appears to focus on the content of what is said and not on how it is said. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1989. "Jorge Manrique" in Castilian Writers, 1400-1500 Vol. 286.

Jorge Manrique was the greatest poet of fifteenth-century Castile and one of the three or four greatest in Spanish literature. Dominquez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in English in fifty years.

Love and Remembrance. The Poetry of Jorge Manrique. By Frank A. Domínguez. University Press of Kentucky.

Jorge Manrique, son of a distinguished Castilian family, was a military man by vocation and a lyric poet by avocation. Bibliography Dominguez, Frank A. He is best known for his Coplas por la muerte de su padre don Rodrigo (Verses on the death of his father, Don Rodrigo, 1476), an elegy that is considered one of the classics of Spanish poetry. He was probably born at Paredes de Nava in about 1400. Encyclopedia of Medieval Literature. Dominquez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in English in fifty years

Jorge Manrique was the greatest poet of fifteenth-century Castile and one of the three or four greatest in Spanish literature.

Jorge Manrique was the greatest poet of fifteenth-century Castile and one of the three or four greatest in Spanish literature. Frank A. Dominquez offers here an introduction to Manrique's poetry and the first book-length study of him in English in fifty years.

After presenting the biographical and historical context of Manrique's poetry, Dominquez examines the poet's love lyrics, describing the large fund of commonplaces and forms that Manrique's verses share with those of other poets of his age. Manrique's highly stylized language and parallel verse structures express the obsession of the lover with the beloved. Morever, his attention to parallel constructions, to language patterning, and to the expressive quality of his lyric verse, Dominquez shows, prepared the poet for the creation of the Coplas on the death of his father, his major work and a poem that has come to be recognized as one of the world's greatest.

In treating the Coplas, Dominquez not only offers a sensitive reading of the elegy but also examines questions of text, structure, and style. Like the love lyrics, the Coplas presents a high incidence of parallel structures that make for clarity and symmetry. Dominquez also finds that the complex stylistic relationships of the verses provide the Coplas with a unity that is deeper and more fundamental than has generally been perceived.

This study, eclectic in its critical approaches, will be the standard English work on Manrique for years to come.


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