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El padre de J. Cuando visita el Romer y empieza a descubrir la ciudad es en ,cuando a muerto la abuelita y su padre.

The Sorrows of Young Werther

Estudia en la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad de Leipzing, y posteriormente estudia en Estrasburgo. Sin embargo, da algunos elementos constitutivos: En cuanto a la sociedad en la Edad Media, se caracterizaba por ser una sociedad estamental, es decir, dividida en estamentos o agrupaciones cerradas: Es considerada la mayor obra literaria compuesta en italiano y una obra maestra de la literatura universal.

Fue un activo defensor de la unidad italiana. Es uno de los padres, junto con Dante y Petrarca, de la literatura en italiano. Nada se sabe con certeza acerca de la identidad de su madre. La tranquila vida de estudioso que Boccaccio llevaba en Florencia fue interrumpida bruscamente por la visita.

Exactamente donde se origina el Humanismo. A primera vista no lo parece ya que es conocido por ser el guionista de Sgt.

Tal vez la mejor manera de celebrar su centenario sea la de sopesar una paradoja: La actitud de Gibbon es un buen punto de partida.

Fue fundador del St. Catherine s College de Oxford, un colegio para estudiantes universitarios y de postgrado, dividido entre estudiantes de ciencias y artes. Posteriormente fue vicerrector a tiempo completo de la universidad de Oxford.

En fue creado cardenal. La novedad afecta tanto a los temas como a las formas. Entre los principales poetas de estesiglo figuran: La novela Bizantina es derivada de la anterior. La Diana, escrita por Jorge Montemayor. Arcadia y, Miguel de Cervantes compuso La Galatea. La Enciclopedia de Diderot y D Alembe rt es la obra de referencia del momento. Hijo de un abogado. Fue miembro de la Academia Francesa y de la Royal Society inglesa.

En obtiene el cargo de secretario de la embajada francesa en La Haya,trabajo del que es expulsado debido a ciertas relaciones amorosas. Fue en la logia mixta Les Neuf Soeurs, el 7 de abril de En general, se entiende por.

Tirso de Molina destaca sobre todo como autor teatral. En la tragedia se presentan conflictos que dominan a los protagonistas. Ambas son formas teatrales que se representan sobre un escenario. Fue un poeta ateniense llamado “el Joven” gr. Para los creyentes, la Biblia es la principal fuente de fe y doctrina. El Antiguo Testamento relata episodios de las costumbres y cultura Judaica antigua mientras que el Nuevo Testamento fue escrito mientras que el pueblo Israelita estaba bajo dominio Romano.

The father of J. Goethe was Don Gaspar, an upstart in the bourgeois class and a liberal man, and Textor Isabella, the mother of J. Goethe was a sweet and dreamy. The Goethe is very sickly child. When you visit the Romer and begins to uncover the town is inwhen Granny died and her father.

By the time of their schooling onwardsand in dealing with peers manifest in Goethe the first inklings of his poetic tendencies The first readings of Goethe child were: Goethe in Wetzlar transfers his residence, where he conceives and writes the epistolary novel “the Sorrows of Young Werther”. Its onset is conventionally in with the fall of the Western Roman Empire and its end EN with the discovery of America ,1,or in with the fall of the Byzantine Empire ,a date that has the advantage of.

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Currently historians prefer to refine this break period between antiquity and the Middle Ages so that between the ages III and VIII would talk of late antiquity ,would have been a major transition in all areas: Early and High Middle Ages V century to tenth century, no clear differentiation Late Antiquity and Late Middle Ages eleventh century to the fifteenth centurywhich in turn can be divided into a period of fullness ,the High Middle Ages the eleventh to the thirteenth century ,and the last two centuries that witnessed the Crisis of the Middle Ages or fourteenth century.

Although there are some examples of previous use ,the medieval concept was born as the second age of the traditional division of historical time due to Christopher Cellarius History Medii Aevi to temporibus Constantini Magni and Constaninopolim to Turcis captam deducta Jena, 3 who considered an intermediate timewith little value in itself ,between the Ancient identified with the art and culture of the Roman civilization of classical antiquity and cultural renewal of the modern age ,in which it is situated ,which begins with the Renaissance and Humanism.

It was also established that Charlemagne was who reorganized the European territory was left in the hands of various people called.

This reorganization was achieved through what is known as feudalism or feudal system is defined as a form of economic and political organization was based, first, on the power that gave the land tenure fiefdoms and the other, in a series of alliances between nobles under the bond of allegiance allegiance or contract that was through a contract sealed by oath of homage and fidelity between two freemen, the lord and vassal, in the that first gave him a fief land the vassal and he supported his services to his master in all his undertakings and initiatives.

The epic narratives have in common the pursuit of honor through risk. The European medieval epic is rooted in the Greco-Roman epic, which modernizes, but whose basic follows.

There are two categories: Riquer Martin emphasizes the universal character of the epic: For Collins the epic is universal in time and space,so that it is almost impossible to define. However, given some constitutive elements: It also highlights the high pitch and that justice always prevails in the medieval epic. The first demonstrations were Romance language called lbiro lyrical poems ,written in Mozarabic ,and some. In the eighth century ,in ,Muslim troops begin to invade the peninsula ,dominating almost completely while maintaining their supremacy until the thirteenth centurywhen Christian werthef that initiated the Reconquista.

Therefore, not only the Middle Ages was a period of continued clashes between Muslims ,Christians and Jews also seated in the Peninsula ,it was also a time who lived with their languages, cultures ,customs and religions ,which is reflected in the various manifestations of medieval literature. Just remember the enormous work of the Weether of Translators of Toledo both in the translation of works from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, such as in the production of other by order of Alfonso X the Wise.

As society in the Middle Ages, was characterized as a stratified society, ie divided into classes or groups closed: It is assumed he was born in Troyes and studied classical languages, including Greek. Before entering a monastic order, was directed, thanks to his precocious talent or some fortune protector, a career as a clerk in the court of Marie de France,who would have commissioned some works, and, later, that of Philip.

According to other Catharism derived inspiration. Anyway, its origins certainly modest, remain obscure. But he gives thesematerials new Christian dimension, strongly influenced by the language epics d oil in the second half of the twelfth century.

The secret of his art lies in its ability to operate, according to his own words, good conjointure, ie wisely dosed alliance between form and substance. Considered one of the first authors of books of chivalry, where myth and folklore come together to form stories admirably survey, restricts the use of the supernatural elements that he subordinates the refined description of human feelings, and even to the complaint of inequities or injustices.

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He is considered as one of the outstanding figures of world literature, admired for his spirituality and his intellectual depth. It is also known as “the Supreme Poet”. Dante was born in Florence in a family that belonged cyitas the gentry. His mother died when he was still small, and his father at 18 years.

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The most important event of this tragic youth, by his own testimony, was known, into Beatrice,the woman he loved and exalted as the supreme symbol of divine grace, first in “The New Life” and, later.

Work that became the basis of modern thought and culminated in the assertion of medieval mode of understanding the world. Ucitas is considered the greatest literary work composed in the Italian and a masterpiece of world literature. Very little is known about Dante s education, although his books reflect a vast erudition which included almost all knowledge of his time.

In the beginning exerted a great influence on him the works of the philosopher and rhetorician Brunetto Latini. He actively participated in the political struggles of his time, for which he was banished from his hometown.

He was an active supporter of Italian unity. He wrote several treatises in Latin on literature, politics and philosophy. In the city of Florence Dante offered the opportunity to return, but the conditions set for it were the same as they used to be imposed on complteo pardoned by city authorities.

The poet refused the offer, saying it would never return unless you were completely restored dignity and honor. One of the parents, along with Dante and Petrarch, Italian literature. He also composed several works in Latin.

He is remembered primarily as the author of the Decameron. Brief Biography Giovanni Boccaccio was born in June or July of ,may have been born in Florence in Certaldo or even, lirbo to some sources, in Paris. Als is the illegitimate son libo the merchant Boccaccio Boccaccino di Chellino, powerful. Nothing is known with certainty about the identity of his mother. As showed little inclination towards business, the father decided to steer it in the study of canon law. After another failure, he devoted himself to literature.

He met a Neapolitan lady who fell passionately, which jogen the name of Fiammetta “Llama”. Fiammetta Boccaccio opened the doors of the court and, what is more important, as in His budding literary career. Under his influence Boccaccio wrote his novels and poems youth from Filocolo to Philostratus, the Teseida, the Ameto, the Loving vision and the Elegy of Madonna Fiammetta.

L This woman ended the relationship between the two, which caused a deep, pain Boccaccio. The quiet life of scholar who wore Boccaccio in Florence was rudely interrupted by the visit of Sienese monk Gioacchino Ciani, who urged him to abandon literature and profane arguments.

Around the year he retired to his home in Certaldo, near Florence,to live isolated and power and engage in religious meditation and study. In the last period of his life he received the City of Florence was commissioned to do a public reading of Dante s Divine Comedy, which could not.

Humanism is an intellectual movement ,philosophical and cultural heritage closely tied to the Renaissance whose origin is in the fourteenth century in the Italian peninsula especially in Florence,Rome and Venice in figures such as Dante Alighieri ,Francesco Petrarca and Giovanni Boccaccio. Looking dompleto classical antiquity and ancient Greek. Catholic Counter, the Enlightenment and the French Revolution of the eighteenth century.