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As Santillana describes, after searching for the texts, the next step was the production of an authorized copy.

Of particular interest are textual integrity and authorial reputation, the latter being to a large extent a factor of the former, since the manuscript and print dissemination of the texts in circles that escaped authorial control resulted in a general degradation of the text, which slanderers blamed on the author. Their repeated denunciation of detractors and slanderers points to the resistance to release control over their work.

In the dedication to the royal monarchs he touches on an important reason for his decision to set his compilation to print, one that is close to his authorial self and one that he will explain more at length when addressing the Count and Countess of Alba.

One important reason cited is the compromise of textual integrity attending the loss of authorial control over texts that had been scattered, spreading in circles far away from the author, enabling the involvement of many other textual agents to the point of making the text unrecognizable to the author. However, there is ample evidence that Encina followed the established practice to elicit corrections and emendations for his poems from worthier intellects. Authors such as Urrea tried to exercise as much control as was quite literally in their hands by polishing the texts themselves and choosing their emenders before publishing, discouraging any emendations that would not be incorporated without their supervision.

Other authors and compilers make similar statements, showing the tension between the pressure to publish and the loss of textual control on the part of authors and compilers.

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Compilers of multi-authored collections such as Hernando del Castillo and Garcia de Resende had to grapple with the same issues of textual integrity and control. They also acknowledged the attendant anxieties that authors included in their compilations had over poetic reputation, while working to establish their own.

Although following different strategies in their individual compilational processes, both Castillo and Resende address what had become key issues regarding authorship, textual integrity and print.

In all this 11CG stands in strong contrast to the manuscript LB1 Cancionero de Rennert , with which it appears to share a common antigraph. Refraining from publishing is also an affront toward the authors, who are expecting to earn renown and have their work read widely by others. It is obvious that, for Castillo, publication is the responsibility not of the author, but of the compiler.

Castillo presents the organization of the poems as well as the inclusion of a table of contents as part and parcel of the compilational and organizational processes that will help match a diverse body of texts to a diverse audience. In this way, the text is moved farther away from the individual author, and the compiler moves closer to the reading public as he becomes responsible for the integrity and the presentation of the texts.

Castillo stands as the castle holding a variegated treasure that he both guards and gives to a public that has many faces. Castillo makes the appropriate statements of humilitas apologizing for any shortcomings. His self-narrative of solid research, exhaustive coverage and textual acumen bolstered by innate inclination and ability helped support his claims to supra-authorship that he needed in order to establish textual control over the cancionero.

For these reasons, the smoothness of the linear arrangement of the poems shows some rough edges and makes many aspects of the compilatory process transparent. These are evident when analyzing the rubricatory system. Many rubrics employ deictics that point to the setting of the poem on paper, and to preceding or subsequent poems, clearly signaling the copying process and its material supports. Elsewhere throughout the cancioneiro, individual corpora move from a similarly simple identification of the author in the first poem to an unsystematic repetition of his name, though total loss of authorship attribution is prevented by the use of running titles.

There is ample evidence of these transactions in 16RE. The greatest victory anyone can claim is that of leaving a lasting memory of the self.

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This is the same argument used by Castillo in his prologue as discussed above. The struggle between author and compiler for the ownership of the text is well documented elsewhere in 16RE. Fica-me deste cuidado contentamento, que tenho rependimento de tempo tam mal gastado.

His work shows the centrality of the material text to notions of authorship and power. In his Chronica de el-rei D.

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Resende presents his long Chronica de el-rei D. Throughout his work, Resende further establishes his textual authority on his proximity to writing as a material act. Through such skills and his ingeniousness, Resende was able to ensure that the king would be able to enjoy his favorite amusement when the chess board was not at hand: Resende ingeniously improvised one by drawing it on two pieces of paper and securing it to the table with red wax Livro Further, it is precisely the material aspects of authorship that place the author on a higher plane, particularly when compared with the action of would-be emenders and slanderers.

Other plot points in the series involve Cat discovering that in the past Mencheres had wiped the memory of a controlling vampire she used to love from her mind in order to ensure that she would meet and fall in love with Bones and that she would fulfill her destiny as a powerful vampire. Cat does eventually become a vampire in order to ensure that she would be with Bones forever as well as to assuage growing fears in the ghoul population that she was not intending to become a ghoul-vampire hybrid with unprecedented powers.

This backfires as she becomes not a regular vampire, but one that has an occasional heartbeat and can only drink the blood of other vampires, absorbing some of their powers in the process. Night Huntress World[ edit ] In First Drop of Crimson the book follows Bones' best friend Spade and Cat's best friend Denise as she tries to find a way to search for Nathaniel, a long-lost relative of hers.

Over a hundred years ago, he sold his soul to a shape-shifting demon that has killed several of Denise's family members.

The demon decides that Denise could be useful to him, and brands her with his essence instead.

Despite wanting nothing more than to be rid of the supernatural world forever, Denise manages to not only persuade Spade to help her but also falls in love with him. They eventually find Nathaniel, who has been held captive and used as a prostitute and for his demonically infused blood, which can be used as a narcotic for vampires, who cannot be affected by ordinary drugs.

The demon takes back his essence from Nathaniel, leaving him mortal once more, and Denise and Spade manage to defeat the demon. Since the demon did not take back his essence from Denise, she is left permanently immortal, and even harder to kill than a vampire, while Nathaniel has a chance to live a normal life.Correspondentes da Companhia Geral da Agricultura das Vinhas do Um bom poema.

As Mentiras Que os Homens Contam. I compare Brazilian writers with other Latin American women writers to highlight a dialogue between themes and modes of writing, especially about social and political issues. Paulo Donna mi priegas. Heinsius pdf. Alexandre Dumas.

Odile Koenig. Noite na Taverna. Someone with a heartbeat was in there with him.