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They are admired but are highly imitative of Petrarch. The work of art itself is in the public domain for the following reason: Bass takes a different critical approach to interpreting the pastoral elements of Santillana's serranillas.
Furthermore, Bass argues that these specific details allow Santillana to place symbolic significance on the geography, endowing the el marques de santillana with a male persona.
This persona, in turn, comments on the boundaries of aristocratic masculine authority. Other critics have not taken such an analytical and fine-tuned approach to this aspect of el marques de santillana serranillas and instead believe that the geographical specificity lends more to providing local color and a sense of realism than any real symbolic significance.
Other critics, such as A.
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Foremanview Santillana's work from a historical perspective and el marques de santillana the literary student an informative comparison of the historical content of Santillana's work. He suggests that this poem is the most ambitious of Santillana's pieces and provides the reader with evidence of societal preoccupations of the time.
Foreman also discusses the innovations of organization found in the poem, and how these new elements of unity allow Santillana to comment on el marques de santillana historical and moral role of poetry.
Like Foreman, David William Fosteralso believes that a historical approach offers an effective method of study for Santillana's work.
With this union, he acquired great fortune and became one of the most powerful nobles of his time. After a number of fights to keep his title of Admiral, which he inherited from his father, el marques de santillana other priviledges, in he married Catalina de Figueroa, daughter of grand master of Santiago.
He also read French literature of the time as well as the classic writers.