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CHAPTER PAGE 1 Roman Visigothic and Moorish Spain The Spanish Language
The Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries
The Thirteenth Century
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Alfonso Alfonso X Amadis de Gaula amor Antonio Arabic Ayala ballads Benavente Caballero Calderon called Cancionero Castile Castilian Celestina Cervantes characters classical clerecia comedia conceptistic contemporary Coplas Cordova criticism Cronica culture didactic Diego drama dramatist early epic Espana famous Ferdinand Fernan Fernan Caballero fifteenth century fourteenth century Francisco French Galician Galician-Portuguese Garcilaso Golden Age important influence Isabella Italian jarchas Jose juglaria King known language later Latin legend Leon Libro literary lived Lope de Rueda Lope de Vega Lopez lyric poetry Madrid Maria medieval Moorish Spain Narrative native Novel of Chivalry novelist numerous pastoral Pedro Perez picaresque novel plays Poema poems poetic poets popular prose published Quevedo Ramon realistic religious Renaissance Rodrigo Roman romanticism Ruiz Sancho Santillana satirical scholars sentimental novel Seville short stories sixteenth Spaniards Spanish literature style theater themes thirteenth century Toledo tradition translated verse vida villancicos Visigoths volumes writing written wrote Zorrilla