TITLE

Quevedo and the Rending of the Rocks

AUTHOR(S)
Davis, Elizabeth B.
PUB. DATE
August 1991
SOURCE
Estudios Literarios en Honor de Gustavo Correa;1991, p58
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A part of the book "Studies in Honor of Gustavo Correa," edited by Charles B. Faulhaber, Richard P. Kinkade and T. A. Perry is presented. It explores the religious poetries of Spanish poet Francisco de Quevedo including a series of five sonnets that focus on treating the mystery of the rending of the rocks during the crucifixion. It further explains that Quevedo referred the rock to speak of Old and New Testaments in the same manner.
ACCESSION #
39650262

 

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