Picaresque Novel in Western Literature

Picaresque Novel in Western Literature

From the Sixteenth Century to the Neopicaresque

Cambridge University Press

09/2017

287

Mole

Inglês

9781108431873

15 a 20 dias

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1. Origins and definition of the picaresque genre J. A. Garrido Ardila; 2. Lazarillo de Tormes and the dream of a world without poverty Alexander Samson; 3. Guzman de Alfarache and after: the Spanish picaresque novel in the seventeenth century Howard Mancing; 4. The Spanish female picaresque Enrique Garcia Santo-Tomas; 5. The Baroque picaro: Francisco de Quevedo's Buscon Edward H. Friedman; 6. Cervantes and the picaresque: a question of compatibility Chad M. Gasta; 7. The picaresque novel and the rise of the English novel: from Baldwin and Delony to Defoe and Smollett J. A. Garrido Ardila; 8. Defoe and the picaresque Brean Hammond; 9. Picaresque itineraries in the eighteenth-century French novel Jenny Mander; 10. The picaro as narrator, writer and reader: the novels of Hans Jakob von Grimmelshausen Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly; 11. Russia: the picaresque repackaged Marcia A. Morris; 12. Riches to rags: from epic to picaresque at the colonial origins of the Latin American novel Erik Camayd-Freixas; 13. The neopicaresque. The picaresque myth in the twentieth-century novel Shelley Godsland.