Fernando de Rojas Celestina

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As Greek tragedy, says a Spanish writer, was composed from the crumbs that fell from Homer's table, so the Spanish drama owed its earliest forms to La Celestina (1499). Fernando de Rojas' tragi-comedy - which has also been called a novel in dialogue - run

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A classic in Spanish literature.

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Professor Michael Stokes was emeritus Professor of Greek, University of Durham; formerly Lecturer in Greek, University of Edinburgh and Associate Professor of Classics at Cornell University. His publications include One and Many in Presocratic Philosophy (Center for Hellenic Studies, 1971) and Plato's Socratic Conversations (Athlone Press, London & Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986).

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