El burlador de Sevilla eBook í El burlador MOBI

El burlador de Sevilla eBook í El burlador  MOBI
  • Hardcover
  • 200 pages
  • El burlador de Sevilla
  • Tirso de Molina
  • Spanish
  • 10 February 2018
  • 8423918866

El burlador de Sevilla[Read] ➪ El burlador de Sevilla Author Tirso de Molina – Essayreview.co.uk sta es la primera obra donde aparece el legendario burlador de la fe y de las mujeres, Don Juan, que conjuntamente con el Quijote son los h roes de la literatura cl sica espa ola m s universales y pop sta es la primera obra donde aparece el legendario burlador de la fe y de las mujeres, Don Juan, que conjuntamente con el Quijote son los h roes de la literatura cl sica espa ola m s universales y populares El don Juan de Tirso, que seduce a do a Isabela haci ndose pasar por su marido, inspir posteriormente a otros autores como Moli re, Verdi o Zorrilla Sin embargo, este don Juan original, padre de todos los dem s, es El burlador MOBI :Á curiosamente el menos conocido.


About the Author: Tirso de Molina

Sus padres eran humildes sirvientes del Conde de Molina de Herrera Blanca de los R os sostuvo que Gabriel fue hijo natural del Duque de Osuna, pero esa tesis carece de fundamento y hoy est completamente desacreditada, ya que de ser cierta Tirso habr a necesitado dispensa papal para entrar en la Orden de la Merced Adem s, el Duque de Osuna era entonces muy viejo y se encontraba acreditado en N poles Por otra parte, la partida de nacimiento que El burlador MOBI :Á alega do a Blanca es pr cticamente ilegible y hace nacer a Tirso en Luis V zquez, en su Gabriel T llez naci en Nuevos hallazgos documentales , en Homenaje a Tirso, L V zquez, ed Madrid Revista Estudios, , pp , documenta que naci en Ninguno de sus enemigos contempor neos, por otra parte, le achac ese origenTirso de Molina fue un disc pulo ferviente de Lope de Vega, a quien conoci como estudiante en Alcal de Henares toda su vida defender la concepci n lopista del teatro El de noviembre de ingres en la Orden de la Merced y tras pasar favorablemente el noviciado tom los h bitos el de enero de en el monasterio de San Antol n de Guadalajara Se orden sacerdote en en Toledo, donde estudi Artes y Teolog a y empez a escribir sta fue la ciudad donde vivi m s tiempo, y desde ella hizo viajes a Galicia en , a Salamanca en y a LisboaEn vendi un lote de tres comedias, y se cree que ya hab a escrito antes una primera versi n de El vergonzoso en Palacio de es La villana de La Sagra de hacia , El castigo del penseque y la trilog a de La santa Juana, y de data Don Gil de las calzas verdes todav a este a o estren en el Corpus toledano el auto Los hermanos parecidos Ya por entonces, si bien cultivaba tambi n temas religiosos, sus s tiras y comedias le hab an granjeado problemas con las autoridades religiosas, lo que lo llev a retirarse entre y al monasterio de Estercuel, en Arag n Quiz por ello apenas figura en el Viaje del Parnaso de CervantesEntre y estuvo en Santo Domingo, en cuya universidad fue profesor de teolog a durante tres a os y donde adem s intervino en asuntos de su Orden Esto le permiti conocer numerosas historias de la Conquista que usar a m s tarde en sus obras De vuelta ya en , se instal en Madrid, donde entre y aparecieron las cinco Partes de sus comedias estas profanas comedias causaron un gran esc ndalo, de forma que el de marzo de se reuni una de las Juntas con que el Conde Duque de Olivares pretend a reformar las costumbres con el siguiente orden del d a El esc ndalo que causa un frayle mer enario que se llama el Maestro T llez, por otro nombre Tirso, con Comedias que ha e profanas y de malos incentivos y exemplos Y por ser caso notorio se acord que se consulte a S M de que el Confessor diga al Nuncio le eche de aqu a uno de los monasterios m s remotos de su Religi n y le imponga excomuni n mayor lat sententi para que no haga comedias ni otro g nero de versos profanos Y esto se haga luegoAs que se tom la resoluci n de desterrarlo a Sevilla, donde residi en el Convento de la Merced, edificio que actualmente ocupa el Museo de Bellas Artes de la ciudad En la dedicatoria de la Tercera parte alude a esta persecuci n, que no logr desalentar su vocaci n po tica Gusano es su autor de seda de su misma sustancia ha labrado las numerosas telas con que cuatrocientas y m s comedias vistieron por veinte a os a sus profesores, sin desnudar, corneja, ajenos asuntos, ni disfrazar pensamientos adoptivos Tempestades y persecuciones invidiosas procuraron malograr los honestos recreos de sus ociosEn particip en el certamen po tico con motivo de la canonizaci n de San Isidro, pero en la Junta de Reformaci n creada a instancias del Conde Duque de Olivares le castig con reclusi n en el monasterio de Cuenca por escribir comedias profanas y de malos incentivos y ejemplos , y pidi su des.


10 thoughts on “El burlador de Sevilla

  1. says:

    A must read for anyone wanting to claim any affinity in medieval or Spanish literature El Burlador started so much and has influenced literature in ways that have been forgotten I recommend the reading using supporting literary essays to help point out the important aspects as well as a brush up on the ideology and social expectations of the era it was written in It s difficult to pick up works like this one and drop the modern mindset with which we read things, but doing so can only enhanc A must read for anyone wanting to claim any affinity in medieval or Spanish literature El Burlador started so much and has influenced literature in ways that have been forgotten I recommend the reading using supporting literary essays to help point out the important aspects as well as a brush up on the ideology and social expectations of the era it was written in It s difficult to pick up works like this one and drop the modern mindset with which we read things, but doing so can only enhance the understanding of the work

  2. says:

    Fabulous The original Don Juan in all its glory Me encant.

  3. says:

    Renaissance Castilian is really, really hard But knowing the Don Juan story was worth it, because damn, that thing shows up everywhere Also, yay for not needing subtitles during Don Giovanni now UPDATE 2017 It is really enjoyable to revisit what was once a seemingly impenetrable text and find it is now a very easily digestible, cheesy morality play Yay for learning and also dragging men to hell.

  4. says:

    So, as you can see from my star rating, I didn t enjoy this one as much as Fuente Ovejuna And it was because of the premise of this book The sole premise of this book was about a man who tricked women into sleeping with him Oh, how I hated this book because of that The man in question, Don Juan, was just a pure asshole who kept insulting women and tricking them with his friend, and it was so annoying and I just hated him from the first page on And he wasn t he wasn t the only annoying perso So, as you can see from my star rating, I didn t enjoy this one as much as Fuente Ovejuna And it was because of the premise of this book The sole premise of this book was about a man who tricked women into sleeping with him Oh, how I hated this book because of that The man in question, Don Juan, was just a pure asshole who kept insulting women and tricking them with his friend, and it was so annoying and I just hated him from the first page on And he wasn t he wasn t the only annoying person in the book the women he tricked were also very annoying and stupid.I kid you not, he tricks a woman, on her wedding day, that he is her husband Keep in mind that she can fully see him and knows who her husband is Don Juan just kept insisting that her husband didn t want her any, and that he was her husband now, and she actually fell for it This actually happened Overall, I wouldn t recommend this Just no

  5. says:

    This is another I have read for my Renaissance drama class I like how Molina combined tragedy, comedy, and morality plays all in one play He also created an archetype when he made Don Juan Don Juan is the epitome of a man that thinks he is God s gift to women Except Don Juan istheir curse Don Juan also thinks he s smarter than God and will get away with all the sins that he has committed because he is young, he has plenty of time to repent, and God is forgiving But God is able to ta This is another I have read for my Renaissance drama class I like how Molina combined tragedy, comedy, and morality plays all in one play He also created an archetype when he made Don Juan Don Juan is the epitome of a man that thinks he is God s gift to women Except Don Juan istheir curse Don Juan also thinks he s smarter than God and will get away with all the sins that he has committed because he is young, he has plenty of time to repent, and God is forgiving But God is able to take the wise in their own craftiness, and He does so before the play ends With the cause of strife out of the way, everyone else ends up happily ever after

  6. says:

    I read this play in AP Spanish Literature and Culture Although it was a difficult play to read and follow, with help from my teacher I grew to love the characters and be involved in the plot This is a perfect example of Spanish Baroque literature and is super fun to act out in class especially the end.

  7. says:

    i hated this so much i hated all the characters, i hated everything that happened the only thing i truly enjoyed was when the ghost from a character from earlier in the play came the fuck out of nowhere and killed don juan fuck don juan by the waytho i can see why ppl would enjoy it,,, i just didn t

  8. says:

    I liked this original version much better than Don Juan Tenorio It s actually a combination of several different legends tall tales that existed in the Spanish Golden Age Mozart s Don Giovanni is basedoff of this one than Zorrilla s version.

  9. says:

    Written in 1630 by Friar Gabriel de Tellez Giron under the pen name of Tirso de Molina.this is a religious play based upon a controversy between those who believed in free will and those who believed that salvation was predetermined by god.

  10. says:

    I never knew that Don Giovanni came from other sources This was definitely interesting to see a Spanish play in translation There s a lot of evil here but the characters were so unique with a great twist

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