The diabolic metamorphosis and its images en Quevedo's work

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Issue Date
1-May-11
Authors
Banaru, Nelly
Publisher
The Graduate School, Stony Brook University: Stony Brook, NY.
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Abstract
The purpose of this study is to analyze the diabolic images in the work of Francisco de Quevedo from two perspectives: the terrifying mask and comic caricature. The diabolic spirit in Quevedo's work has several nuances that derive from the author's ideological belief: the tempting devil, the rebellious demon, the demon destroyer, the devil burlesque, as well as satanic things, nations, and characters. The study is based on the following works: la Pol?Ática de Dios, gobierno de Cristo y tiran?Áa de Satan? s, Los sue??os, La hora de todos, la Espa??a defendida, el Mundo caduco y desvar?Áos de la edad, La vida del Busc??n, la Execraci??n contra los jud?Áos, la Visita y anatom?Áa de la cabeza del Cardenal Armando de Richelieu, Alabanzas de la moneda, Libro de todas las cosas y otras muchas m? s, Carta al Rey Cristian?Ásimo Lu?Ás XIII, Carta a don Francisco de Oviedo, La musa Cl?Áo del parnaso espa??ol and Poes?Áa sat?Árico-burlesca de Quevedo.
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84 pg.
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