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Nuevos enfoques sobre la novela corta barroca

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Edited By Mechthild Albert, Ulrike Becker, Rafael Bonilla Cerezo and Angela Fabris

En este volumen colectivo se reúnen miembros de diferentes equipos internacionales de investigación sobre la novela corta y los saberes del Siglo de Oro. El hilo conductor de los catorce ensayos incluidos se cifra en la tentativa de analizar – a la luz tanto de los rasgos más típicos como de la variedad y versatilidad que lo caracterizan – uno de los géneros más genuinos del Seiscientos, deudor, por un lado, del acervo de los ‘novellieri’ (a partir de Boccaccio, Bandello y Straparola), y, por el otro, de las «Novelas ejemplares» de Cervantes, con vistas a futuros desarrollos metodológicos e interdisciplinares.

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José Camerino o la disolución de la novela corta. De las Novelas amorosas al vejamen de la Dama beata

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A superficial comparison between the Novelas amorosas and La dama beata by José Camerino can offer an excellent vantage point to observe the implosion of the paradigm established by Cervantes within the corpus of a single author. From the collection of twelve stories without a framework similar to that of Boccaccio’s, which Camerino published in 1624, „La soberbia castigada“ is examined more closely. This is done by taking its conventional literary echoes (major Gongorine poems and La Celestina) into consideration, which demonstrates the changeable nature of the genre. It is precisely this increase in permeability, which leads to La dama beata (1655). It is an erudite book featuring a cornice without including novellas. A consideration of the satire „Visita Quinta“ provisionally corrects some interpretative hypotheses by Kenneth Brown.

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