Cada maestrillo tiene su librillo, y no vaya discutirlo. When compiling his Romancero, Duran was forced into self-censorship, forced to omit any romances which could be considered subversive by the gov- ernment. Scattered about the room, oversized sculp- tures gaze libriloo at the proceedings. Often he was wrong, and at times confused, but he was seldom ignored.
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Cada maestrillo tiene su librillo, y no vaya discutirlo. When compiling his Romancero, Duran was forced into self-censorship, forced to omit any romances which could be considered subversive by the gov- ernment. Scattered about the room, oversized sculp- tures gaze libriloo at the proceedings. Often he was wrong, and at times confused, but he was seldom ignored. He accused him by of not only incompetence in his job, but out- right theft of manuscripts: He sang these tales with wit and humor, and lovingly hovered over each incident with care.
After all, medieval society was so very different from classical society that it was only logical that their tastes, and henee the expression of those tastes, would differ profoundly. Although consonan virtuees rhyme was dominan sobr, asson- ance could often be found. Europe discovered the East in two ways.
Harper and Brothers,I Ip. Ironically, Boileau placed emphasis on the need of the artist to please his audience, although he had in mind means very different from those employed by Lope. In the poem, the dying Fernando, in handing over the royal sceptre to Cristina, stated: Duran apparently had made an index of Spanish Golden Age plays, which Gil suggested that he prepare for publication. Literary criticism in hindsight is often near perfect, but to Duran romanticism ivas Christianity and zobre and medievalism: Bailly- Bailliere,p.
During this same period he lso himself for long hours in the Biblioteca Nacional, making copies of various manuscripts which he needed for his ongoing research. Vicils Baquerizo, Secretary, certified the course of study which Duran had completed up to that point: Alaria,p.
I wish to express my gratitude to St. The mere mixture of forms and disregard of the rules was, however, unconvincing in and of sibre. Beauty was truth, and truth was beauty. Quevedo was poorly recognized as a political and philosophical 34 Hidalgo, ibid. T h e work was never published, but it seems apparent that Duran may have labored vjcios the manuscript off and on for years to come Wolf in refers to a similar history — see page If privately he viewed Fernando as a danger, he considered the weakening of the monarchy an even greater danger which had to be avoided at all cost.
He was long on theory but dreadfully short on examples. Narrow application of critical precepts could be, and was certainly, danger- ous in that the demand for prosaic exactitude often subverted the emotions, destroying whatever illusion of beauty, nobility or grandeur was being suggested on stage. The aches and illnesses which had always incapacitated him natur- ally became more troublesome with age. Vicente Llorens Castillo in his magnificent treatment of the exiles in England suggests that Richard Chenevix Trench wrote the critique.
Y que siendo aprobado se me confiera en la forma ordinaria. Concomitantly, he emphasized the need for approaching drama from an his- torical perspective, that is, analyzing the various and unique social and histor- ical circumstances which played upon the creation of the work: The Cancionero de Baena was much like all the other sbre which were published in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries: T h e national character he found so brilliantly expressed in the theater was also to be found in poetry.
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Cada maestrillo tiene su librillo, y no vaya discutirlo. In fact, the national school of drama succeeded for a while in hiding from Europe the fact that Spain was in political decline, a downward trend which began with Phillip II. This was published in two parts. He was loved by most, but not by all. As drama viftudes poetry were viewed as means to preserve history and custom, so was sculpture: But the liberal ideas that Duran shared with Llas were instrumental in having him removed from that position upon the return of Fernando V I I to the throne.