four interpolated stories in the Roman comique: their sources and unifying function. by Frederick Alfred De Armas

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Published by University of North Carolina Press in Chapel Hill .

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  • Scarron, Monsieur, 1610-1660

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SeriesUniversity of North Carolina. Studies in the Romance languages and literatures, no. 100
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LC ClassificationsPC13 .N67 no. 100, PQ1919.R7 .N67 no. 100
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Pagination148 p.
Number of Pages148
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Open LibraryOL5063382M
LC Control Number74028883

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The Four Interpolated Stories in the Roman Comique: Their Sources and Unifying Function Armas argues that Scarron made changes to the originals to parallel the tone and underline the theme of the overarching story, thus unifying the novel as a whole Paul Scarron’sRoman comiquecontains four interpolated.

Seventeenth-century French author Paul Scarron's Roman comique has often been dismissed by critics as episodic and disorganized. This, in part, stems from four interpolated stories which Scarron included and which, according to many critics, have no relation to the novel's : Frederick Alfred de Armas.

The Four Interpolated Stories in the Roman Comique Their Sources and Unifying Function. pp., 6 x 9, notes, bibl. This, in part, stems from four interpolated stories which Scarron included and which, according to many critics, have no relation to the novel's plot.

action of the novel and the action of the interpolated story deal with violence and injustice. The next interpolated story is the subject of our chapter: "Le Juge de sa propre cause." It is the ninth story in the first part of Doña María de Zayas y Sotomayor's Novelas ejemplares y amo-rosas.

This first part was originally published in Madrid Author: Frederick Alfred de Armas. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: De Armas, Frederick Alfred.

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