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Ana rated it really liked it Apr 30, Tras varias batallas Galaor reta a Amadis y este lo mata.

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The fragments belong to the collection of the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. There are four books. But whereas Cervantes’ work is a parody, Amadis of Gaul is the real thing.

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Even servants are hardly heard of, but there are many princesses, ladies and kings. Jordan rated it really liked it Jul 31, His adventures ran to four volumes, probably the most popular such tales of their time. The book’s style is reasonably modern, but lacks dialogue and the character’s impressions, mostly describing the action. In Portugal, and other parts of Iberia, the Amadis cycle also launched other adventure wn, such as:.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. It reminded me of the fast moving Orlando Furioso.

He is also known for coining the name of California. For other uses, see Amadis disambiguation. David Ruiz rated it really liked it Dec 22, But this is the style of the genre. A totally reference before to read Don Quijote de la Mancha. These reveal that rather than enlarging on the source text, Montalvo abbreviated it.

Views Read Edit View history. Well worth the read, and Don Quixote is right for revering this tale.

Retrieved from ” https: The first tells of Amadis’ birth and early exploits. View all 4 comments. The books castellani a complete idealization and simplification of knight-errantry.

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The greatest is Amadis of Gaul, a very long romance written in the late 15th century about the greatest knight in the world. Here, a woman is judged by how beautiful she is, and a man judged by how well he can amaris your ass.

The language, even in translation, makes it a little dense to read, but the events and scope are fantastic. I thought that would be plenty for me, but book two ended on a cliffhanger! An epic work, with a sweeping structure and plot. The constant reference to everyone as a dwarf, giant, or damsel was a little bit tiresome.

It becomes dull amadjs solemn, reflecting the nature of the intruding writer.

He recovers his senses only when Oriana sends her maid to retrieve him. The translation was made around under King Peter the Cruel. Although Amadis’ father is the king of Gaul, it is at the court of King Lisuarte that the best knights are found.