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by Henry Sullivan

  • ISBN: 0271015144
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Henry Sullivan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Penn State University Press (June 11, 1996)
  • Pages: 232
  • ePub book: 1803 kb
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Home Browse Books Book details, Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes's Don. Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes's Don Quixote, Part II. By Henry W. Sullivan. Sullivan argues that Part II of the novel is a salvation epic, within which the Cave of Montesinos episode is the single most important pivot in the Knights confrontation with his own emotional difficulties.

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Cervantes's great novel Don Quixote is a diptych, the first part of which was published in 1605 and the second in 1615. Sullivan argues that Part II of the novel is a salvation epic, within which the Cave of Montesinos episode is the single most important pivot in the Knight's confrontation with his own emotional difficulties

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Although the two parts are now published as a single work, Don Quixote, Part Two was a sequel published ten years .

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Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes' Don Quixote, Part II. Don Quixote, Part II. University Park: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1996. Elizabeth Wilhelmsen (a1). The University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 20 November 2018.

Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes's Don Quixote, 2. bölüm Henry W. Sullivan Önizleme Yok - 2008. He is the author of The Beatles With Lacan: Rock 'n' Roll as Requiem for the Modern Age (1995) and Calder&ón in the German Lands and Low Countries: His Reception and Influence, 1654&–1980 (1983).

It is a creative study that is of interest to scholars of both literature and gender studies

It is a creative study that is of interest to scholars of both literature and gender studies. Her analysis of German bourgeois tragedy offers scholars a new perspective on the role(s) of women in the "Age of Goethe" and opens up the possibility of further discussion on a topic that has already been well discussed.

Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes's Don Quixote, Part II (Penn State Studies in Romance Literatures) Henry W. Sullivan Hardcover, Published 1996. Theatrical aspects of the novel: a study of Don Quixote Jill Syverson-Stork. Cervantes' Place-Names: A Lexicon Eugene Charles Torbert, Eugene C. Tobert Hardcover, Published 1978. Hamlet and Don Quixote: an essay Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev.

Grotesque Purgatory: A Study of Cervantes’ Don Quixote, Part II. University Park, PA: Penn State P, 1996. Henry Sullivan, Co-contributor), Diccionario de la comedia del Siglo de Oro. Madrid: Castalia, 2002. The Poems of Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer: A Metrical, Linear Translation. Ed. with Raúl Galope, Tirso de Molina: His Originality Then & Now. Ottawa, ON: Dovehouse, 1996. with A. Robert Lauer, Studies in Honor of Frank Paul Casa. New York: Peter Lang, 1997. 2nd Paperback e. 1999. Rock Hill, SC: Spanish Literature Publications In. 2002. Tales From Bohemia: Imperial Spain & the Czech Lands in Micro-History, 1526-1700.

Cervantes's great novel Don Quixote is a diptych, the first part of which was published in 1605 and the second in 1615. Focusing almost entirely on the novel's second part, Henry W. Sullivan is the first critic to offer a systematic account of Don Quixote's passage from madness to sanity. Sullivan argues that Part II of the novel is a salvation epic, within which the Cave of Montesinos episode is the single most important pivot in the Knight's confrontation with his own emotional difficulties.

In this carefully researched and challenging study, Sullivan shows that chapters 22-24 (the Cave of Montesinos episode) represent an entrance into Purgatory, while chapter 55 is the exit from this realm. The Knight and his Squire are made to suffer excruciating torments in the chapters in between, experiencing a Purgatory in this life. This original reading of the book is coupled with an explanation that this Purgatory is "grotesque" since Don Quixote's and Sancho's sins are venial and can thus be cleansed by theological means against a background of comedy. By combining these two aspects, Sullivan exposes both the deeply agonizing and the comic aspects of the text. In addition, the combination of theological interpretation and Lacanian analysis to show Don Quixote's salvation/cure in this life results in a truly comprehensive vision of the Knight's progress. Sullivan also summarizes, in five different streams of critical tradition, the accumulated reception history of the Cave of Montesinos incident, drawing on scholarly writings from the nineteenth century to the present.