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Witchcraft in Celestina : A Bibliographic Update since 1995

Witchcraft in Celestina : A Bibliographic Update since 1995 University of Liverpool Dorothy Sherman Severin Since I published my monograph on Witchcraft in "Celestina" in 1995,1 continues to receive scrutiny. I categorize recent work on this topic under five headings: die magic spell; Claudina; freewill and ambiguity; Celestina as healer; and last but not least, as it includes the largest number of articles, witchcraft, the Celestinesque genre, and other of these articles, which were written for conferences in 1999-2000 and the topic of whether magic is an important feature of the work related texts. The Celestina quincentenary gave die impetus to a number published somewhat later. Needless to say, I depend for information on Joseph Snow's invaluable bibliographical work, which continues even the University of Valencia. after lie has handed the publication of Celestinesca over to the team at Let us begin widi die first category, die magic spell. Miguel Angel Pérez Priego's 2000 article is extremely interesting. It covers some of papers of Magic and the Classical Tradition published by the Warburg Institute, University of London. This concerns the main literary antecedent of Celestina's spell, namelyJuan de Mena's Laberinto? Pérez Priego also examines die structure of the spell, invocation of die devil, the main ground diat http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures La corónica: Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures & Culture

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La corónica: Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures & Culture
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Abstract

University of Liverpool Dorothy Sherman Severin Since I published my monograph on Witchcraft in "Celestina" in 1995,1 continues to receive scrutiny. I categorize recent work on this topic under five headings: die magic spell; Claudina; freewill and ambiguity; Celestina as healer; and last but not least, as it includes the largest number of articles, witchcraft, the Celestinesque genre, and other of these articles, which were written for conferences in 1999-2000 and the topic of whether magic is an important feature of the work related texts. The Celestina quincentenary gave die impetus to a number published somewhat later. Needless to say, I depend for information on Joseph Snow's invaluable bibliographical work, which continues even the University of Valencia. after lie has handed the publication of Celestinesca over to the team at Let us begin widi die first category, die magic spell. Miguel Angel Pérez Priego's 2000 article is extremely interesting. It covers some of papers of Magic and the Classical Tradition published by the Warburg Institute, University of London. This concerns the main literary antecedent of Celestina's spell, namelyJuan de Mena's Laberinto? Pérez Priego also examines die structure of the spell, invocation of die devil, the main ground diat

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La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and CulturesLa corónica: Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures & Culture

Published: Apr 4, 2007

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