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  • The Picaresque Novel
    The picaresque novel is a first-hand account of an adventurer, generally of the lower class, as he travels about. It is composed of a series of adventures and subplots in which the hero interacts...

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    La novela picaresca, as it is originally deemed in its native Spain, is a literary genre which gained extensive notoriety (and popularity as well) during the XVI century and extended throughout...

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    The picaresque is a genre of novel that evolved in Renaissance Spain. It is named after the protagonist, a "picaro", or likeable rogue. Rather than having a closed plot, it is structured...

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    Several of Dickens' novels are picaresque in nature. Great Expectations and David Copperfield feature characters of low social standing trying to make their way in a corrupt society. While neither...

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