Mocedades de Rodrigo

Mocedades De Rodrigo

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The Mocedades de Rodrigo is the name given to a late, anonymous Castilian cantar de gesta, composed around 1360, that relates the origins and exploits of the youth of the legendary hero El Cid .

There are 1164 surviving verses,Stefano Arata, "Prologue" (epigraph "The Medieval Phase of the Legend", pp. 36-39) to Las Mocedades del Cid (First Comedy), editorial, prologue and notes by Stefano Arata, preliminary study by Aurora Egido, Barcelona, Critic, 1996 (Classic Library, 59), p. 37. preceded by an initial prose fragment. The only codex that contains the work is a manuscript from 1400Juan Victorio, in the "Introduction" to his edition of the Mocedades de Rodrigo (Madrid, Espasa-Calpe, 1982, p. 54.), comment: that is kept in the National Library of Paris. The text that has reached us lacks a title, and critics have variously titled the work Mocedades de Rodrigo or del Cid (The youthful deeds of Rodrigo, the Cid), Refundición de las Mocedades de Rodrigo (A Recasting of the Youthful Deeds of Rodrigo-Amistead), Cantar de Rodrigo y el Rey Fernando (Sing of Rodrigo and King Fernando-Menéndez Pidal) and Crónica rimada del Cid (The Rhyming Chronicle of El Cid-Bourland).Bourland titled the Mocedades de Rodrigo as Rimed Chronicle of the Cid in his edition "The Rimed Chronicle of the Cid (El cantar de Rodrigo)", in Revue Hispanique, 24, 1911, pp. 310-357. Menéndez...
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