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1952 Illustrated Hardcover Book The Exemplary Novels of Cervantes – Story Classics
This video is part of our Analogue Archive. Please contact us to request a preview or for research assistance. May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! BW illus by Luis Quintanilla. First edition, one of 3, copies. Quintanilla, Luis. Translated by Samuel Putnam, illustrated by Luis Quintanilla. Owner's bookplate on pastedown. Yellow cloth, with black spine and illustration pasted on front cover. A VG tight copy in chipped and soiled dj.
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Like everything by Cervantes, this is a classic. Illustrated by Luis Quintanilla. Seller: Thomas J. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Near Fine in Good dust jacket. Translated from the Spanish by Samuel Putnam.
First edition thus. Near fine in a good heavy rubbing dust jacket. He gives us glimpses into the lower strata of Spanish society, casting young vagabonds as protagonists more than years before Dickens or Hugo. He then showcases the extent of his wit by featuring two talking-dogs disparaging all the intellectuals who say stuff in Latin to sound smart. My mind is simply blown away by that scene.
As it was the case in Don Quixote, the female protagonists are given quite some depth; they are virtuous, brave, and intelligent. One of the stories straight up condones rape, as long as the perpetrator marries his victim. It is frustrating and confusing.
And the translation still sucks. But Cervantes' short stories ARE good. Much of "Spanish spirit" is poured into their core.
https://europeschool.com.ua/profiles/vifiliv/tarot-gratis-hadas-sol.php First one of the 3 presented in this invalid edition is by far the best one, a witty and naughty story about jealousy and lust. Second story is still good, and 3rd completely forgettable. Feb 06, Gary Lowell rated it it was amazing. As the author claims, these are stories are exemplary. My favorite has always been the Dog's Colloquy.
The most impressive thing about the collection is that the wit and power of each story is undiminished by translation and the years that have passed since they were written. Hail and farewell to Cervantes. Dec 24, Christopher rated it liked it Shelves: fiction , 17th-c. This books contains twelve short novels and demonstrates the brilliance of the legendary author. Highly entertaining with wit and humor, these stories are classic depictions of everyman in the Golden Age of Spain. A very good read. Jan 30, Karen rated it really liked it.
There is so much humor and wit in these stories, they can seem somewhat contemporary. I'm very grateful that society's treatment of women has progress since these stories were written. Aug 17, khashayar rated it it was ok. Being able to read the Cervantine corpus in its original language is; by and large, one very good reason to learn Spanish. In his exemplary novels, Cervantes proclaims that he is the first Castilian novelist and he proves to be a good one. Although the very concept of novellas and short stories seems to be rather modern, there you have a couple of catching short stories set in the early 17 century and fraught with as picaresque protagonists as Cervantes himself.
I can imagine that I'd much more Being able to read the Cervantine corpus in its original language is; by and large, one very good reason to learn Spanish.
I can imagine that I'd much more enjoy the book if I could have read it in the original language. In particular, verses, poems, and lyrics of the serenades together with many other things have lost their beauty and tenderness in the translation. All in all, the book, at least the translation, is just worthy of being read and cannot be considered a masterpiece. Aug 26, Simon Wood rated it really liked it.
The stories are exemplary in the sense that they are meant to be a good example for the reader as well as edifying and educational though I suspect Cervantes, a mischievous writer if there ever was one, has his tongue firmly in his cheek when he named them. The stories are not quite as brilliant as "Don Quixote"; though they are earthy, lively, bawdy and deal with the day to day reality of the times as well as such fantastic themes as the two ruminative canines of the last story in the collection "The Dialogue of the Dogs". Mostly they are funny: ha-ha and peculiar, and leave a vivid impression after reading reminiscent of "Tales from the Thousand and One Nights".
If you like your fiction slightly strange or are a fan of Cervantes classic Don Quioxte you will enjoy this. I'm not even going to try to maintain some kind of historical perspective: "The Little Gipsy Girl" is surprisingly okay, but for the most part, I kind of hated these. The love stories are banal in the extreme, the satire is flat, and several of them have rapes whose perpetrators are portrayed sympathetically "The Force of Blood" is bad, but "The Illustrious Scullery-Maid" is the worst in this regard; truly horrifying.
Also, some pretty intense racism. It's honestly hard to believe that these a I'm not even going to try to maintain some kind of historical perspective: "The Little Gipsy Girl" is surprisingly okay, but for the most part, I kind of hated these. It's honestly hard to believe that these are from the author of the Quixote. Dec 28, Carl Tubridy rated it it was ok Shelves: fiction , spanish. I understand that the novel-writing was in its infancy when Cervantes lived, but these novellas are repetitive and unbelievable.
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I can only read so many stories about the most woman that anybody has every seen or commoners of uncommon virtue who turn out to be kidnapped noble children before I grow bored. Some of the novels that break away from that mold are quite interesting though. Aug 22, Evan rated it liked it Shelves: male-author , fiction , short-stories , language-spanish , translated , nationality-spanish. This is very much a product of its position in literary history, and is difficult to enjoy as anything other than a revealing historical artifact if you are interested in literature of this period.
If you go in expecting Don Quixote, the brilliance of which almost seems to be barely able to be contained to its pages by its author, you will be disappointed. While there are moments of great skill in the stories, they are very much contained and constrained by their form and context. Oct 05, Adela rated it really liked it. I think that though these are not his most famous work, they are more amusing than Don Quixote. They have a little of the didactical or moral element, like an Aesop fable, but reveal truths in funny ways.
I didn't read the book in its whole, I just read "The Power of Blood" for high school and it was incredible. I put 4 stars because of the fact that the story is a little bit repetitive and also dramatic. I look forward to read the other stories. Oct 19, Marieu rated it it was amazing.