Access options available:. Bulletin Of The Comediantes Vol. XXI Spring, No. It reveals a great concern with the narrative apparatus which sustains and encloses the anecdote. The narrator expresses misgivings regarding his ability to tell the tale successfully.
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Access options available:. Bulletin Of The Comediantes Vol. XXI Spring, No. It reveals a great concern with the narrative apparatus which sustains and encloses the anecdote.
The narrator expresses misgivings regarding his ability to tell the tale successfully. The "lesson" follows, and hence does not interfere with the story. Although Bataillon prefers to seek the anecdote's origin in folklore, it is not to be found in any of the standard collections of folk-tales and motifs.
Their relationship is one of equals. In Rueda's paso they are Licenciado and Bachiller, that is, master and subordinate. Through their dialogue we can glimpse other phases of their life together. They begin to emerge as characters. For example, the exaggerated courtesy with which they address each other, besides being a straightforward satire of excessive concern for such formulas of courtesy, similar to what we find in the third Tratado of Lazarillo de Tormes, is a method of maintaining a certain mutual distance which enables their relationship to continue.
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Lope de Rueda c. A very versatile writer, he also wrote comedies, farces , and pasos. He was the precursor to what is considered the golden age of Spanish literature. He was born early in the sixteenth century in Seville , where, according to Cervantes , he worked as a metal-beater. His works were issued posthumously in by Timoneda , who toned down certain passages in the texts. These follow the original so closely that they give no idea of de Rueda's talent; but in his pasos or prose interludes he displays an abundance of riotous humour, great knowledge of low life, and a most happy gift of dialogue.
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