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El Lazarillo de Ciegos Caminantes by Concolorcorvo. According to Jose Luis Busaniche, the argentine born historian, “through its pages flows a new feeling about nature, far apart from the previo The “Lazarillo.
According to Jose Luis Busaniche, the argentine born historian, “through its pages flows a new feeling about nature, far apart from the previous letters and documents of the colonial era” Its first edition circulated in a clandestine way in America. The text is the transcription of don Alonso Carrio de la Vandera’s writings during his cieogs commission of fixing the postal system between Montevideo and Lima. The author is mentioned as caminanttes Calixto Bustamante Carlos Inga, also known as ‘Concolorcorvo’, who went along the commissioner in said dde and wrote the extracts” Calixto Bustamante Carlos Inca existence is proven, as well as documented the commission and trip of “visitador” Carrio, however “Concolorcorvo” shows a curiously remarkable erudition for a man of his extraction.
Cidgos to Bartolome Mitre the book “was written by an erudite person, knowledgeable of the Spanish America customs.
El Lazarillo de Ciegos Caminantes
His letters are written in a far from vulgar prose and full of classics quotations. It would not be strange that he had authored “El Lazarillo” himself. There is a letter from Lima addressed to the postal service administrator in Lazzrillo Aires, don Domingo de Basavilbaso, asking him to receive and protect a don Calixto Bustamante Carlos Inca, who was starting his journey to the Rio de la Plata.
Abandoned and in need due to the death of “his master Senor don Antonio Guill y Gonzaga, President of the Realm of Chile,” he wished to change his fortune “because the temperament of Lima had proven contrary to his health.
It might have happened that following Basavilbaso’s request the visitador found in Concolorcorvo an lod secretary and the best travel company. During the trip the visitador writes confidential reports, lqzarillo about those who surreptitiously paralyze his work. Besides him the witty Bustamante suggests invectives y scathing jokes.
The visitador might have been aware of the perils involved in signing such writings. And Bustamante, who admired the visitador, might have taken care, with or without permission, to see that the events did not czminantes unpublished. Thus could have been the “El Lazarillo” conceived: A most simple and possible explanation that in no way diminishes a bit its amusing quality. Paperbackpages. Published March 18th by Stockcero first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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This book is best read without pressure. Previously, I read it with my focus only on the section about Lima, which comes at the very end. However, the preceding pages have lots of interesting information about the cities and towns that the narrator passes lazarillo.
This book stands out lazraillo more if you are familiar with the chronicles that were so popular in the early years of Spanish rules in the western hemisphere. El lazarillo de ciegos caminantes is like a tour guide, but with lots of interes This book is best read without pressure. El lazarillo de ciegos caminantes is like a tour guide, but with lots of interesting and sometimes entertaining information thrown in. The economy is a recurring theme, and one learns much about how goods were transported from one part of the Spanish colonies to the other.
We get local color, and linguistic information. We get the narrator’s take on different castes, as well as the Spanish abuses of the Native Americans. A standout book, but one that requires some context and patience.
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