248 pp , ABOUT THE AUTHOR :: Francisco Delgado , who Latinized his name to Delicate, ( c 1475 - . . C 1535 ) , clergyman, doctor , editor and Spanish writer of the time of Renacimiento.Su style is very vivid and natural, and takes modeled after La Celestina , but his speech is peppered with italianismos of Roman dialect and even dialectalismos Andalusian province of Jaén . The author was a great reader , and makes character said : "I want leáys me , you who tenéys grace Verses of Fajardo1 and Comedy Tinalaria and Celestina , that gap oyr read these things much," so I knew the Propalladia of Bartolomé de Torres Naharro , also influenced by Fernando de Rojas, and the fact that highlights the comedy "a story " Tinelaria , where a mixture of several macaronic language dialects and Spanish , Portuguese , Latin, Italian , French language is used and German, demonstrates that the use of a similar style is aware by Delicate . The Portrait of lush Andalusian is a picaresque novel Celestina heavily influenced by gender , as it adopts the dialogue form , like him ; its essential purpose is to criticize the vices of Renaissance Rome , more specifically that of Pope Clement VII , so it uses the same environment as the Ragionamienti (1534-1536) of Pietro Aretino , compounds with similar intent . But in the work stands out above all other merits the description of characters , including one of the first strictly free and independent woman , the main character of the work: She had great view and devilish wit and great meet , and see a man knew how much worth, and what was , and what I could give you , and what you could get it . And also watched how did those who were then in the çibdad , and noticed what seemed to her that he had to take advantage of you so always be free and subject to none , as we shall see His argument is as follows: after death his father , lush and lively Andalusian Aldonza travels throughout Spain with his mother and dying is also travels to Seville to live
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