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  • Alegoria Del Amor – (Spanish)

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    Esta obra, publicada originalmente en 1936, constituye uno de los trabajos academicos mas influyentes de C. S. Lewis en el campo de la literatura medieval. En ella se desarrolla un profundo estudio sobre la poesia amorosa alegorica de la Edad Media, cuyo origen se situa en los poemas de amor cortes de los trovadores del Languedoc desde el siglo XI, a traves de su transformacion y fin a finales del siglo XVI.

    Esta poesia de los trovadores, que constituiria el primer modo de expresion del amor romantico, supuso tal cambio respecto de la literatura precedente que, como el propio Lewis seala, no dejo intocado rincon alguno en nuestra etica, nuestra imaginacion y nuestra vida diaria, erigiendo barreras infranqueables entre nosotros y el pasado clasico o el presente oriental. Comparado con esta revolucion, el Renacimiento es un simple remolino en la superficie de la literatura.

    Resulta particularmente relevante dentro del presente ensayo el estudio que Lewis realiza de El libro de la rosa, obra cumbre del genero dentro de la literatura tardo medieval.

    The Allegory of Love

    This work, originally published in 1936, constitutes one of the most influential academic works of C.S. Lewis in the field of medieval literature. It develops an in-depth study of the allegorical love poetry of the Middle Ages, whose origins lie in the courtly love poems of the Languedoc troubadours in eleventh century, through its transformation and gradual demise at the end of the sixteenth century.

    This poetry of the troubadours, which would constitute the first mode of expression of romantic love, supposed such a change with respect to the preceding literature that, as Lewis himself points out, it left no corner untouched in our ethics, our imagination and our lives. daily, erecting insurmountable barriers between us and the classical past or the Eastern present. Compared with this revolution, the Renaissance is a mere whirlpool on the surface of literature.

    Lewis’s study of The Book of the Rose, the masterpiece of the genre within late medieval literature, is particularly relevant in this essay.

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  • Lo Eterno Sin Disimulo – (Spanish)

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    Lo eterno sin disimulo, es una recopilacion de nueve ensayos y varias cartas anteriormente publicados en los que Lewis hace un despliegue de su capacidad para razonar con rigor y escribir con lucidez sobre el cristianismo.

    Hablar de lo eterno, sin caretas, sin disimulos, sin trampas, esa es la tarea a la que se entrega Lewis en este libro sustancioso. Y para ello utiliza muy distintos medios: una conferencia docta, un coloquio, un debate, una conversacion entre amigos, un articulo de prensa, una carta…

    Toda ocasion es buena para dar testimonio de la fe y la verdad intemporal, para mostrar a todos una noticia inaudita de plenitudes, con un afan apostolico que nos interpela. Y Lewis lo aborda con su proverbial claridad, lucidez y agudeza.

    Timeless at Heart

    Timeless at Heart, is a compilation of nine essays and several letters previously published in which Lewis displays his ability to reason rigorously and write lucidly about Christianity.

    Talking about the eternal, without masks, without dissimulation, without traps, that is the task to which Lewis gives himself in this substantial book. And for this he uses very different means: a learned conference, a colloquium, a debate, a conversation between friends, a press article, a letter…

    Every occasion is a good one to bear witness to the faith and the timeless truth, to show everyone unprecedented news of fullness, with an apostolic eagerness that challenges us. And Lewis approaches it with his proverbial clarity, lucidity, and sharpness.

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  • Camino A Emaus – (Spanish)

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    A multi-authored, ecumenical book presents a theology of ministry based on the experience of Hispanic communities in the United States, with a variety of essays relating a biblical passage to a specific ministerial theme, such as the transforming power of the Resurrection. (Christianity).

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