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Title: Una petita novel·la en prosa en l'àmbit del Renaixement català : Paràmetres teoricoliteraris renaixentistes que expliquen la paròdia de l'estil culte de Les estil·lades y amoroses lletres trameses per Berthomeu Sirlot a la sua senyora, y per ella a ell
Author: Fluvià i Figueres, Pep
Director: Moll Benejam, Antoni Lluís
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: Renaissance
Humanists
Epistles
Parody
Catalan literature
Aristotle
Horace
Issue Date: 28-Jan-2009
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Abstract: This paper seeks to ascertain to what extent are the theoretical criteria established by the Catalan artists of the Renaissance in the Catalan fiction literature of the sixteenth-century. To examine the adequacy of the models proposed by the humanists I have chosen a parody of an anonymous work written in the form of letters between two farmers in the Valencian fruit belt, Les estil·lades y amoroses lletres trameses per Berthomeu Sirlot a la sua senyora, y per ella a ell (The crystalline and loving letters sent by Berthomeu Sirlot to his lady, and the ones sent by her to him). The working procedure is to analyze how the Catalan-speaking Renaissance theorists interpreted and assimilated in his work some of the most important concepts of poetics and rhetoric of the Greek and Latin classics (the principles of imitation, decorum, harmony and order), in this case Aristotle and Horace, and if the anonymous author of The crystalline and loving letters took them into account when composing his work. In turn, as it is a satirical parody with a humorous intention, this analysis also can account for what view Catalan intellectuals had of the Renaissance on the fiction and humor.
Language: Catalan
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/1961
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