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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:Spanish
Record Number:52746
Doc. No:TL22700
Call number:‭1461312‬
Main Entry:Inbal Mazar
Title & Author:Imágenes de la mujer transgresora en la tradición romancera: El “Romance celestinesco” y “La adúltera” cómo eco de las normas sociales sefardíesInbal Mazar
College:Florida Atlantic University
Date:2008
Degree:M.A.
student score:2008
Page No:89
Abstract:The Sephardic ballad collection contains ballads of varying themes, many of which have been forgotten in Spain, where they were originally sung by Jews, Christians, and Muslims. A popular theme within this genre is that of women committing adultery and transgressions which in many of the ballads is punishable by death. A brief history of the Sephardic Jews and their literary and oral tradition is included. An emphasis is placed on women's role in ballad tradition and the importance of transculturation and mimesis within the oral tradition, both significant to the survival of a tradition that has been continued for over five centuries, encompassing various regions around the world. The analysis focuses on two ballads in particular; the "Celestine Romance", which shares a similar plot to La Celestina, written by Fernando de Rojas, and the ballad of "The Adulteress", a popular ballad within several traditions.
Subject:Language, literature and linguistics; Medieval literature; Romance literature; Middle Eastern literature; 0297:Medieval literature; 0315:Middle Eastern literature; 0313:Romance literature
Added Entry:Y. Gamboa
Added Entry:Florida Atlantic University