Abstract

Abstract:

Cervantes’s “El coloquio de los perros,” has been judged as an independent work from the alleged first part, “El casamiento engañoso,” as a continuation of the latter, or indeed as the end of a narrative process that encompasses in part the other Novelas ejemplares. The (re)apparition in 2013 of Ginés Carrillo Cerón’s “Novela o coloquio que tuvieron Cipión y Berganza, perros que llaman de Mahúdes, segunda parte de la que hizo Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra en sus novelas” (1635) demonstrates that a second colloquy would be necessarily different from the first. Since this last work does not retake the fabula of “El casamiento engañoso,” both colloquies, hence, seem to be independent of the “Casamiento” and, to some extent, even of the series that encompasses the Novelas ejemplares, a literary work seemingly still in transitu.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1943-3840
Print ISSN
0277-6995
Pages
pp. 107-126
Launched on MUSE
2017-02-03
Open Access
No
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