Con todo celestina and the human condition in early modern spain and italy tiene el mrito de ofrecernos un estudio interdisciplinario atento a la materialidad de los textos su transmission manuscrita o impresa sus traducciones su existencia en inventarios personales o institucionales etc y sin duda contribuye a profundizar nuestro . Each chapter explores themes common to sixteenth century debates about the human condition such as self knowledge self fashioning the formative role of language the tension between freedom and constraint as well as the access to knowledge provided by vernacular fiction in the context of early modern censorship. Get this from a library celestina and the human condition in early modern spain and italy rachel scott explores celestinas role as a key interlocutor in european literature and thought in the context of debates about the human condition. Celestina and the human condition in early modern spain and italy rachel scott woodbridge suffolk celestina by fernando de rojas is a canonical work of late medieval spanish literature and one of the earliest european best sellers however while we have clear evidence of its popularity and influence due to detailed research on its . The study argues that that celestina continued to be meaningful because it engaged with one of the periods defining preoccupations namely the human condition an idea often conceptualised in pro et contra debates about the misery and dignity of man
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