• Don Juan Manuel, Conde Lucanor (ca. 1335) (español .docx)

    Author(s):
    David A. Wacks (see profile)
    Editor(s):
    Mario Cossío, Sol Miguel-Prendes, Anita Savo
    Date:
    2020
    Group(s):
    LLC Medieval Iberian
    Item Type:
    Book chapter
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/ew22-e446
    Abstract:
    Don Juan Manuel's Conde Lucanor (ca. 1335) is a frametale or collection of tales contained within another tale. The fictional Count Lucanor's advisor, Patronio, narrates to the Count a series of exemplary tales meant to teach the audience how to navigate to one's advantage a number of political situations. Here editors Savo and Cossío present a selection from Juan Manuel's general prologue, along with tale number 31, about the Dean of the Cathedral of Santiago and Don Yllán, sorcerer of Toledo. The English version has an introduction and notes in English, with the primary text in facing medieval Castilian/English translation. The Spanish version has an introduction and notes in Spanish, with the primary text in facing medieval Castilian and modern Spanish. This is the .docx formatted Spansh version, with intro, notes, and bibliography in Spanish, and the primary text in facing medieval Castilian/modern Spanish translation. This unit is part of Open Iberia/América, an open access, online teaching anthology of texts from the premodern Hispanic world. https://openiberiaamerica.hcommons.org/
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