Jealous pensive manirrota dormilona lazy quarrelsome

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jealous, pensive, manirrota, dormilona, lazy, quarrelsome, gruñidora »all they derogative adjectives attributed to women. Like the previous couple, the men present a speech more elaborate than that of women, because of their need, or because part of the defense geek or the soldier's justification. Argumentation on the part of the soldier is excessive. at the time of describing the "chopstick" trade, the gift of a judge or commissioner, which he has not been able to access because he is sado The surgeon and Doña Aldonza de Minjaca make an appearance but, unlike the previous ones, it is the husband who begins the speech. The divorce application does not have a justified basis in the surgeon: sim- AISO. Acts VI (2002). María Ascensión SÁENZ. The divorce judge or the inst ... Page 7 The judge of divorces 1575 You can not see it. It is the woman again who has the most to the insult, the complaint and the divorce claim. She compares it with Lucifer and he blames her that he lied to her saying that he was a doctor and I have to be a surgeon. He is also jealous. The presence of both is brief, the Judge cuts them and makes the next one, the ganapán, without his wife; care- we come from her version, we only know the version of one of the parts. According to the ganapán, his wife, besides screaming, is a lawsuits, with bad character and who practiced prostitution. He asks for the divorce or change it "the accelerated condition it has for another more cover and softer "(page 109). In this case we observe that man He got married for liking to drink, a small defect that made him promise marriage, fulfilling its promise. The poor state in which tra is a consequence of a weakness. To conclude, the insult in the entremés is articulated as an act of ha- This is done in a social context where marriage is an ins- social status in addition to an indissoluble religious sacrament made before God. The causes that our litigants expose do not allow the vorcio, there are no adulteresses, heretics or real danger to the life of any of them and much less religious nullity. Cervantes, to my understanding aims to show the errors, defects and falsehood in the conception that our protagonists have of marriage and insult is a to complain, to show hatred, which in this case comes from both parties. in litigation, both women and men. Although the appetizer as a Theatrical genre encourages taunts as a comedic device, it is also the popular character, subversive, which allows confrontation, the after hatred, anger, complaints
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that with the insult are made and that in others genres would be prohibited by canonical and stylistic conventions. Although the insult is regulated as a comical resource, it is still a subversive act in our wretched women. The insult in the tremeses is part of that freedom to break with lin- language stipulated within the rules not only stylistic but also Well social. In this entremés the woman, as subject more subjected to social norms, dependent on a controlled marriage institution lada for man, insults the husband on the
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