El Criticón

El Critic n Alegoria prolongada o novela filosofica en que se mezclan narracion y doctrina personajes y critica simbolos y cultura Esta edicion tiene como base la principe cuyas tres partes se publicaron en

  • Title: El Criticón
  • Author: Baltasar Gracián
  • ISBN: 9788437602578
  • Page: 469
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alegoria prolongada o novela filosofica en que se mezclan narracion y doctrina, personajes y critica, simbolos y cultura Esta edicion tiene como base la principe, cuyas tres partes se publicaron en 1651, 1653 y 1657 Tiene anotaciones que facilitan la comprension total de la obra.

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    • Baltasar Gracián

      Baltasar Graci n y Morales, SJ 8 January 1601 6 December 1658 , formerly Anglicized as Baltazar Gracian, 1 was a Spanish Jesuit and baroque prose writer and philosopher He was born in Belmonte, near Calatayud Arag n His proto existentialist writings were lauded by Nietzsche and Schopenhauer.The son of a doctor, in his childhood Graci n lived with his uncle, who was a priest He studied at a Jesuit school in 1621 and 1623 and theology in Zaragoza He was ordained in 1627 and took his final vows in 1635.He assumed the vows of the Jesuits in 1633 and dedicated himself to teaching in various Jesuit schools He spent time in Huesca, where he befriended the local scholar Vincencio Juan de Lastanosa, who helped him achieve an important milestone in his intellectual upbringing He acquired fame as a preacher, although some of his oratorical displays, such as reading a letter sent from Hell from the pulpit, were frowned upon by his superiors He was named Rector of the Jesuit college of Tarragona and wrote works proposing models for courtly conduct such as El h roe The Hero , El pol tico The Politician , and El discreto The Discreet One During the Spanish war with Catalonia and France, he was chaplain of the army that liberated Lleida in 1646.In 1651, he published the first part of the Critic n Faultfinder without the permission of his superiors, whom he disobeyed repeatedly This attracted the Society s displeasure Ignoring the reprimands, he published the second part of Critic n in 1657, as a result was sanctioned and exiled to Graus at the beginning of 1658 Soon Graci n wrote to apply for membership in another religious order His demand was not met, but his sanction was eased off in April of 1658 he was sent to several minor positions under the College of Tarazona His physical decline prevented him from attending the provincial congregation of Calatayud and on 6 December 1658 Graci n died in Tarazona, near Zaragoza in the Kingdom of Arag n.Graci n is the most representative writer of the Spanish Baroque literary style known as Conceptismo Conceptism , of which he was the most important theoretician his Agudeza y arte de ingenio Wit and the Art of Inventiveness is at once a poetic, a rhetoric and an anthology of the conceptist style.The Aragonese village where he was born Belmonte de Calatayud , changed its name to Belmonte de Gracian in his honour.

    366 thoughts on “El Criticón

    • Le Criticon est une œuvre de Baltasar Gracian, un ecclésiastique catholique espagnol du XVIIème siècle. La présente édition est une traduction malheureusement partielle - les passages non traduits sont résumés - de l'œuvre espagnole originale. Le traducteur a eu fort à faire pour traduire un texte déjà cryptique et foisonnant dans la langue originale, et il n'hésite pas à commenter abondamment ses choix, lorsqu'il s'agissait de rendre allitérations, calembours, allusions et néolo [...]


    • I. BURIED.II. TRAN=SLATE pleaZe!!III. cf, Moore (yes yes, of course of course, a horse a horse) :: "Only part 1 [of 3] of the novel has been translated, and that in an unreliable rendition by Paul Rycault done in 1681."


    • "Demás, que fue de este sentir Cayo Plinio Cecilio Segundo; escribiendo a Tácito, dijo que de los libros buenos el mejor era el de más volumen: Ita bonus liber quisque milior est quo maior.""por una de cuatro cosas llega un hombre a saber mucho: o por haber vivido muchos años, o por haber caminado muchas tierras, o por haber leído muchos y buenos libros, que es más fácil, o por haber conversado con amigos sabios y discretos, que es más gustoso."Se ratifica El Criticón como la obra cumbr [...]


    • La obra adopta la forma de una gran alegoría que abarca toda la vida del hombre. Por un lado esta Andrenio, que representa sus dos facetas de impulsivo e inexperto. Y por el otro lado esta Critilo, que es prudente y experimentado.Critilo es un naufrago, que es arrojado a las costas de la isla de Santa Elena, donde conoce a Andrenio, un hombre natural, criado por un animal al margen de toda civilización, y a quien Critilo enseña a hablar. Andrenio le cuenta cómo nació en una cueva cerrada y [...]


    • Junto con el "Quijote" y "La Celestina", esta novela es una de las grandes referencias de la Literatura Española, de lectura obligada para cualquiera que quiera conocer y entender las raíces literarias de nuestra lengua. Por su estilo, la obra es tan amplia que abarca desde la "Odisea" hasta la novela bizantina y la novela picaresca; y por su temática, se anticipa a VOLTAIRE y a NIETZSCHE!!


    • Tan solo leí tres capítulos, pero fue suficiente. Muy fácil de comprender, pero lleno de alegorías y de temas que ahora mismo no interesan mucho. nellafantasia-enlafantasia.blo



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