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Count Lucanor Or The Fifty Pleasant Stories Of Patronio

by Don Juan Manuel

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Novelty

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJames York (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages268
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11890336M
    ISBN 101428637680
    ISBN 109781428637689

      Don Juan Manuel (Escalona, 5 de mayo de – Córdoba, 13 de junio de ) fue un aristócrata y escritor en lengua castellana. Fue uno de los principales representantes de la prosa medieval de ficción, sobre todo gracias a su obra El conde Lucanor, conjunto de cuentos moralizantes (exempla) que se entremezclan con varias modalidades de literatura sapiencial. Of that which happened to a King and Three Impostors by Prince Don Juan Manuel () From Count Lucanor, or the Fifty Pleasant Stories of Patronio. Translated by James York M.D. Gibbings & Co.l, London, COUNT LUCANOR, conversing at another time with Patronio, his adviser, said: .

      Anderson based his version on a chapter (link in Spanish) of Count Lucanor; or The Fifty Pleasant Stories of Patronio, written in the s. A similar Sanskrit tale is believed to date to the 10th. The book Los Arcanos Mayores Del Tarot can be purchased at a few different places online. It can be found on Amazon, at Abe Books and also on the Casa Del Libro site. Asked in Authors, Poets, and.

    Who wrote Romance del conde Arnaldos? Wiki User Libro de los enxiemplos del conde Lucanor et de Patronio' 'Count Lucanor; or, The fifty pleasant stories of Patronio' 'Libro infinido' 'El conde.   El conde Lucanor by Juan Manuel Infante of Castile, Juan Manuel Infante of Castile, John England; 56 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Medieval Tales, Spanish language books, Other prose: classical, early & medieval, Spanish Prose, Literature - Classics / Criticism, Fiction, Classics, Tales, Medieval; People: Enrique Moreno Báez, Juan Manuel Infante of Castile.


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