Perfecta Casada, La/Role of Married Women in Sixteenth-century Spain (Spanish Studies S. v. 2)

Perfecta Casada, La/Role of Married Women in Sixteenth-century Spain (Spanish Studies S. v. 2)

By: Fray Luis De Leon (author), Javier San Jose Lera (translator), John A. Jones (translator), Javier San Jose Lera (editor), John A. Jones (editor), Javier San Jose Lera (contributor), John A. Jones (contributor)Hardback

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Description

This bilingual edition makes accessible to readers who have little or no Spanish a work on the role of women in marriage, while at the same time enabling readers of Spanish to further their understanding of Fray Luis de Leon's work, which embodies an essentially Christian view of marriage in which the role of men, women, and family are very clearly defined, providing an interesting insight into the world-view of a past age.

Contents

Biography of Luis de Leon; ideas and ideals; historical and literary context; genre, harmony and its implications; history of the Spanish text.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773481787
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 348
  • ID: 9780773481787
  • ISBN10: 0773481788
  • translations: Spanish

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