Celestina

Celestina

old, evil procuress hired as go-between. [Span. Lit.: Celestina]
References in periodicals archive ?
Not even the Wau town mayor, Celestina Livio Buhara and her two deputies were spared by the governor's gubernatorial decree.
and the humanistic comedy, Minerva's dog and other problematic points in Celestina's text, a guidebook for two cities: the physical and the political urban space in Celestina, Celestina as a precursor to the Picaresque, and Celestina and Agustin Arrieta's <China Poblana: Mexico's female icon revisited.
LA presentadora celebra sus 40 anos el 26 de enero convertida en la celestina de Cuatro.
En 1990, Octavio Paz reconoce la autenticidad del hallazgo, y prologa y publica en Ediciones Vuelta, La segunda Celestina de Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz y Agustin de Salazar y Torres, descubierta por Schmidhuber.
Dos siglos atras, sin embargo, habia surgido ya en Espana una obra inclasificable que satirizaba con ponzonosa crueldad a la sociedad de su tiempo, sin escudarse tras ningun valor etico: La Celestina de Fernando de Rojas.
In March, they teamed up with the London group Erratica on a video opera based on the 1499 Spanish proto-novel La Celestina, which was presented as a site-specific installation in the Patio from the Castle of Velez Blanco at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
After the verdict, Palmira's daughter Celestina Muis said she had been the glue that held the family together.
Algunos textos literarios presentan a viejas con autoridad por el buen uso que estas hacen de la magia y del arte suasorio, La Celestina de Fernando de Rojas es un claro ejemplo (19).
They married and had a daughter, Celestina, and a son, Rino.
They married and had a daughter, Celestina and a son, Rino, it is reported.
Daughter Celestina, 49, said her death was a "dreadful, senseless waste".
Celestina Warbeck is briefly mentioned three times in the series of books about the boy wizard, but this week, the author released a short story about the character.