The Voice Of The Phoenix: Metaphors Of Death And Rebirth In Classics Of The Iberian Renaissance

By: Creel, Bryant L.

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Unopened, Unused. no flaws or blemishes. Inscribed by the author to renown South Florida professor. ---- An in-depth examination of how Spanish and Portuguese literary masterpieces from between the late fifteenth and early seventeenth centuries subtly contributed to the changing social attitudes and cultures in a "Renaissance" transitional era, that gradually transformed the restrictions of a dominant medieval traditionalism. ---- The Voice Of The Phoenix scrutinizes such classics as poems of Fray Luis de Leon, and works of prose fiction including "Lazarillo de Tormes", Jorge de Montemayor's "Diana", and Cervantes' "Don Quixote". Divided into independent essays each scrutinizing a specific topic yet all linked by common themes of (often metaphorical) death and rebirth.

Title: The Voice Of The Phoenix: Metaphors Of Death And Rebirth In Classics Of The Iberian Renaissance

Author Name: Creel, Bryant L.

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Publisher: Ithaca, New York, U.S.A., Mrts: 2004

ISBN Number: 0866983155

ISBN Number 13: 9780866983150

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine

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