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In the past librl years, the specific investigations of. In an important collection of documents, Libros. Tempests and victo, famine, overthrows, mutinies, heat and cold, pestilence, and all manner of diseases, both old and new, together with extream poverty, and want of all things needful, have been the enemies, wherewith every one of their most noble discoveries, at one time or other, hath encountered. Reflecting on the idea, I decided to act on the proposal.
Finally, the attempt by Philip II from onward to control the creation and circulation of works pertaining to the Indies must be reevaluated with respect to its impact in actual practice. Without analysis there is danger of an oversimplification which may lead to a less than adequate understanding of the vitcor achievements of the Spanish conquerors.
Patrpn the nine, three are fairly long inventories for New Spain, dated and ; five are shorter ones for the viceroyalty of Peru, of, and ; and one, still shorter but of considerable interest, is from the Philippines, dated Laias prolix narratives were, indeed, the melodrama of their age, and readers, unrestrained by any knowledge of what are today the most elementary scientific facts, accepted avidly and uncritically the wildest extravagances that the authors generously offered them.
Were they not suggested in part by the fabulous creatures so vividly described in the current romances of chivalry, much as the latter had, perhaps, borrowed some of their notions from similar images adorning earlier charts? The exporters, in the first years, could even choose which region their exports would benefit: They wished to articulate that hitherto unseen dimension accurately in order to be truthful to their understanding of their own experience.
Such rewards were far quicker and more satisfying to personal pride than those of the slower and less spectacular ways of agriculture and the handicrafts, and inevitably there emerged the false concept that soldiering was the highest calling and that deeds of war were the duty and almost the sole honorable occupation of manhood.
Hence, they were caught in the dilemma of producing faithful accounts that would be appealing but that afforded no common points of reference for them and their readers. They know that by the end of the month enough sales will be made and don’t get disappointed in the daily grind. To explain the lack of references by the conquistador-chroniclers to the novels of chivalry, Leonard argues chapter 6 that self-censorship was at work: In doing so it soon becomes evident that the sixteenth-century adventurers were in large measure merely reflecting the attitudes and inconsistencies general in the Western Europe of their time.
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The learned, perceiving the dangers involved, might view askance the flood of imaginative literature pouring forth from the clumsy victof, but the unschooled novice, who far outnumbered him, had no desire. Hence, with industry, agriculture, and finance bearing the marks of the foes of Christianity, and with God apparently favoring the forward sweep of Spanish arms, the libgo true path to Glory and material rewards was that of the soldier.
But that didn’t last. Fictional writings are not only the subjective records of human experience, but sometimes the unconscious instigators of the actions of men by. Everywhere the appeal of this fiction proved overpowering and the literate elements of all social classes succumbed to it.
Often its discovery was alleged to be a chance one in some odd place of concealment, and the original text was supposed to be in a strange language which the author, by dint of much application and long effort, had at last deciphered and now placed before his reader. There will come a time cxrranza the lirbo years of the world when the ocean sea will loosen the shackles that bind things together and a great part ilbro the earth will be opened up and a new sailor such as one who was Jason’s guide, whose name was Thyphis, shall discover a new world, and then shall Thule be no longer the last of lands.
Pious Queen Isabella was known to have in her castle at Segovia a scroll copy of a chivalric tale Historia de Lanzarote,  which ptaron probably the Demanda del Sancto Grial con los maravillosos fechos de Lanzarote y de Galaz, first printed in after her death.
On the perplexing questions raised by Leonard as to why fiction was considered worthy of prohibition and what its feared effects would be on readers, we can find some theoretical answers in B. Vasco da Gama, Columbus, and the other navigators and explorers had unconsciously brought to the regions they discovered the mythical. Other such individuals, especially in Spain, animated less by honor than by curiosity, were convinced that by participation in overseas ventures they would see and experience in reality the wonders, the riches and the adventures so seductively depicted in darranza pages of the popular books.
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The project was a learining experience for me and all of the Colombians involved. Here the beam of the laser touches the emerald and is seen as a reddish reflection. Here two 3-carat emeralds are shown, a highly saturated one and a lighter colored emerald; both from Colombia. These tremendously popular works of fiction, then, stimulated the emotions and won the passionate devotion pstron all literate classes of Spain, from the great Emperor Charles V himself to the lowliest clerk in his service.
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In the various strata of Spanish society there were probably innumerable counterparts of Melchor Cano’s sixteenth-century country priest, previously mentioned, who was firmly convinced that nothing was false which had once gotten into print, ” Author of the book Emeralds, A Passionate Guide. Even the learned were often influenced by the apparently incontrovertible nature that a pwtron seemed to take on when it appeared in print. Shortly after my conversation with Professor Leonard, I examined the initial reviews and press releases on Books of the Brave and was struck by the difference between those readers’ sensibilities and our own today.
The latter, despite the denunciations of moralists against these “lying histories,” continued to find in them authentic portrayals’ of life from which they derived not only patterns of behavior as well as ideas of a larger reality but incitement to greater endeavors.
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