Title

Lazarillo de Tormes y ``la casa donde nunca comen ni beben``

Subject Area

Spanish Peninsular Studies

Abstract

El siguiente trabajo estudia el encantamiento de la casa donde reside el escudero en el tratado III del Lazarillo de Tormes dentro de un contexto literario: la Odisea de Homero, y mitológico: el mito de Tántalo. La recuperación de un análisis docto confiere al episodio una raíz cultural que apoya una erudición letrada bajo la realidad hampesca de la obra.

Brief Bio Note

Dr. José Manuel Hidalgo received his B.A. from the University of Seville in 1998, specializing in Classical Languages (Latin and Greek), with a minor in Hispanic Literature. He graduated in 2003 from Ohio University with a M.A. in Hispanic Literature (With Honors) and in July 2006, Dr. Hidalgo obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia.

Dr. Hidalgo has taught all different levels of Spanish language courses, culture, and graduate classes in History of the Spanish Language, Medieval Literature, and Early Modern Literature. His enthusiasm for teaching has been publicly recognized by being among the twelve honorees for the University of Virginia’s Seven Society Award for Superb Teaching in 2005, and the conferral of the title of Honored Professor-Student Mentor by the University’s Class of 2007. Finally, he was the recipient of the CLASS Award for Excellence in 2009, which honors outstanding activity by faculty members early in their careers

Location

Room 211

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-26-2015 3:00 PM

End Date

3-26-2015 4:15 PM

Embargo

5-23-2017

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Lazarillo de Tormes y ``la casa donde nunca comen ni beben``

Room 211

El siguiente trabajo estudia el encantamiento de la casa donde reside el escudero en el tratado III del Lazarillo de Tormes dentro de un contexto literario: la Odisea de Homero, y mitológico: el mito de Tántalo. La recuperación de un análisis docto confiere al episodio una raíz cultural que apoya una erudición letrada bajo la realidad hampesca de la obra.