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The jarcha is usually a lamentation uttered by a lower-class woman for her absent lover. It is the last three or four line stanza of the muwashshah, a form of poetry used by Arab and Hebrew poets from the 11th to the 13th century. The jarcha is written in Mozarabic, a Romance language spoken by the majority of the population during this period. Because the Arabic and Hebrew characters lacked certain vowels, researchers have difficulty transliterating them. The lack of knowledge of the language also complicates interpretation. Nevertheless, it is now generally accepted that Mozarabic was a distinct Romance language that arose directly from vernacular Latin, and not from Castilian Spanish.
Mester de juglaría («Ministry of Jugglers») is a Castilian literary genre of the 12th and 13th centuries. It is an oral form of literature, passed down orally by «jugglers» (minstrels). They earned their living in palaces and public places such as markets by performing stories, sometimes with the display of other ‘arts’ such as juggling. These cantar de geste (see the French chanson de geste) were put in rhyme to make them easier to remember. However, because of oral tradition, there are often different versions of these stories. In practice this meant that these cantar de geste were not created by one poet-singer, but arose by adding or changing story elements, so that it can be considered somewhat of a collective work.
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[Atahuallpa and his execution. What remains unclear is to what extent Pizarro was aware of the fratricidal dispute and whether he was in a position to prevent Atahuallpa’s slaughter of Huascar and the Inca nobility at Cuzco. That Peru fell prey to a second civil war after 1532, this time under Spaniards; that Pizarro was stabbed in the square of the new capital Lima, founded by himself; and that his supporters were later exterminated by the first viceroy sent from Spain, is beyond the scope of the first part of the Comentarios Reales (1609) under discussion here.
Garcilaso called his chronicle a ‘commentary’ because it was intended to supplement some five or six pre-existing accounts by Spaniards of the conquest of Peru. He called his «royal» because it deals with the origin and development of the Incas. He called himself «the Inca» because his mother, Isabel Chimpuocllo, belonged to the nobility of Cuzco; he derived his Spanish name from his father, Captain Sebastián Garcilaso de la Vega, who had fought in Guatemala, participated in the conquest of Florida, and later sided with the viceroy in Peru against the rebellious sons of Francisco Pizarro.
Garcilaso de la VegaKOSPortret in de Nieuwe Galerij, KasselGeborenGarcía Laso de la Vega15 februari 1498-1503Toledo, Castilië (huidig Spanje)Overleden(1536-10-14)14 oktober 1536 (33-38 jaar oud)Nice, hertogdom Savoye (huidig Frankrijk)
Garcilaso de la Vega, KOS (ca. 1501 – 14 oktober 1536) was een Spaans soldaat en dichter. Hoewel hij niet de eerste of de enige was, was hij de invloedrijkste dichter die de versvormen, poëtische technieken en thema’s van de Italiaanse Renaissance in Spanje introduceerde. Hij was tijdens zijn leven zeer bekend in poëtische kringen, en zijn poëzie is tot op de dag van vandaag ononderbroken populair gebleven. Zijn poëzie werd postuum gepubliceerd door Juan Boscán in 1543, en is het onderwerp geweest van verschillende geannoteerde uitgaven, waarvan de eerste en beroemdste verscheen in 1574.
Garcilaso werd geboren in de Spaanse stad Toledo tussen 1498 en 1503. Clavería Boscán bevestigt dat hij geboren werd tussen 1487 en 1492, en een andere bron bevestigt dat hij geboren werd in 1501. Zijn vader Garcilaso de la Vega, de derde zoon van Pedro Suárez de Figueroa, was een edelman en ambassadeur aan het koninklijk hof van de katholieke vorsten. Zijn moeder heette Sancha de Guzmán.
Literature has had many interesting facts throughout history, just like any other subject. Today in Actualidad Literatura we come to discuss some of these curious literary notes that you may not know.
In Spain, the first modern novels that set the standard for the genre were Lazarillo de Tormes, an anonymous work from the XNUMXth century, and Don Quixote, written by Miguel de Cervantes in the XNUMXth century. These two works are distinguished from earlier novels by the realism of their stories, the depth of the characters, and the narrative techniques used.
The word novel comes from Italian term novella, which indicated a short story. In Spain it originally had that meaning which varied over time until it denoted narratives of greater length and complexity, a meaning it currently has.