Lisbon (1540)

Title

Lisbon (1540)

Creator

L. Rodríguez and anonymous illustrator

Date

1540

Description

 

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Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea. Enla q̄l se cōtiene de mas de su agradable dulce estilo muchas sentēncias filosofales: auisos muy necessarios  a mācebos ...  nueuamente añadido el tractado de Centurio. Lisboa: L. Rodriguez, 1540.
 
21 ilustratons plust the cover. Many factotums
 

By courtesy of the British Library and Amaranta Saguar
 
Description from Edición e introducción crítica de Miguel Marciales (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1985), tomo I, pg. 8:"Ee. Lixboa, noviembre 22, 1540. Luis Rodríguez. Ejemplar único existente en el Museo Británico: c.20.b.13."
 
 Record at the  USTC

Image of act 1 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Three factotums, Calisto with flowers, Melibea with girdle and Parmeno

Image of act 2 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Factotums of Calisto, Parmeno and Sempronio

Image of act 3 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Factotums of two characters and their names above. Sempronio with a sword, Celestina and Elicia.

Image of act 5 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Three factotums and four names: Sempronio, Celesetina, Pármeno and Calisto

Image of act 6 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Three factotums and four names. : Calisto, Celestina, Pármeno and Sempronio. Same iamge of Calisto with flowers of act 1

Image of act 7 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Factotums of Pármeno, Celestina, Areúsa and Elicia. Image of Areúsa with a girdle, used before for Melibea

Image of act 8 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Factotums of 3 characters and four names: Areúsa, Pármeno, Sempronio and Calisto

Image of act 9 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Three factotums and the names of Sempronio, Pármeno and Celestina

Image of act 10 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Four factotums and the names Melibea, Celestina, Alisa and Lucrecia

First image of act 12 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Three factotums and the names Calisto, Melibea, Lucrecia, Pármeno

Second image of act 12 of the edition of Lisbon (1540)
Death of Celestina. While one of the male characters holds her, the other is ready to stab her. Elicia is pulling her hairs. Curiously, there is a windows with two characters outside. Shelves with cups and glass containers.

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