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21 p, 382.3 KB Lope de Vega : novelas a Marcia Leonarda / Güntert, Georges
Boccaccio y Lope se sitúan en los puntos de inicio y fin del primer ciclo de creación novelística europea. Las diferencias principales entre ambos afectan a sus respectivos modos de concebir el papel del narrador. [...]
Boccaccio and Lope de Vega mark the beginning and the end of the first phase of novel-writing in Europe. The main differences between them pertain to their conceptions of the role of the narrator. The narrator in the Decameron, a second-grade authority, generally distances himself from the incidents he relates, presenting them without comment, whereas Lope's narrator is such a personal voice that on occasion he gives the impression that it is the autor who is speaking. [...]

2010 (Studia aurea monográfica ; 1.)
Studia Aurea Monográfica, Núm. 1 (2010) , p. 227-247  

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