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La Celestina or ''The tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea and the old prostitute Celestina'' is a Spanish book written in by the converse jewish writer Fernando de Rojas. The plot starts with Calisto being rejected by Melibea. Calisto then turns into an Emo Teen , until his servant, Sempronio, presents him to The Matchmaker Celestina, who offers him Melibea's love.
She uses her knowledge of human behaviour and sorcery to acomplish her goal. Soon after getting her payment from Calisto, Celestina is murdered by Calisto's servants, Sempronio and Parmeno, who wanted their part of the payment but didn't get it.
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Sempronio and Parmeno are caught by the local justice and executed on the spot. Once together, Calisto and Melibea enjoy their love secretly without knowing that there's a plot against them by two prostitutes, Elicia and Areusa, who blame them for the death of Sempronio and Parmeno.
La Celestina by Fernando de Rojas - Free Ebook
Three women from three different generations and walks of life find themselves in a very hot, semi-deserted Spanish town. Patricia is a 17 year old roaming Spain in search for a certain man The young nobleman Calisto falls in love with Melibea, the daughter of a rich merchant.
Calisto's servant Sempronio suggests they get the sorceress Celestina to further the romance. However Calisto's other servant Parmeno is suspicious of Celestina, as he knows about her tricks.
After Celestina convinces Melibea of Calisto's love and arranges a brief clandestine meeting between them, Calisto gives Celestina a valuable chain of gold. Both servants are not satisfied with the whores supplied by Celestina and demand more from her, thus setting off a dramatic sequence of events. Written by Will Gilbert. Interesting movie to look at, but failed to make me really care about the characters. The dialogue and manner of speaking was rather artificial and overly-theatrical; as if it were trying to go for a Shakespeare-lite effect.
La Celestina by Fernando de Rojas
The characters' actions sometimes seemed to be nonsensical and in service to the plot rather than being the way people in such a situation would really behave; they would often act against their own obvious best interests with little to gain. If there was any kind of theme here I'm not sure what it was: Let love take a natural course, without resorting to supernatural means to advance it? And I'm not even sure that Celestina really did any "magic" to get the two lovers together; she was just more of a persuasive facilitator than potion-brewing sorceress.
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