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Author Nebrija, Antonio de, 1444?-1522, author.

Title Gramática castellana / Antonio de Nebrija.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 1492.

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Description 1 online resource (145 pages).
Series National Library of Spain anthology
National Library of Spain anthology.
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Note Original document: Book.
Summary Spanish: ℓEs la primera gramática del castellano y también la primera gramática de una lengua vulgar que se imprime en Europa, en una época en la que todavía no se consideraba el castellano como ±lengua de cultura¬. Nebrija se adelanta a su época y, después de haber publicado las 'Introductiones latinae', llega a la conclusión de que es necesario aprender el castellano para estudiar el latín, pues, al fijarse sus reglas, se evitaría que el proceso natural de corrupción lo alejara más de éste. La obra está dividida en cinco libros: ±Ortografía¬, ±Prosodia¬, ±Etimología¬, ±Sintaxis¬ e ±Introducciones de la lengua castellana para los que de extraña lengua querrán deprender¬. En el texto, impreso con tipos góticos, se han utilizado tintas roja y negra y puede observarse el hueco en blanco para las iniciales. ℓEnglish: ℓIt is the first grammar of the Castilian language and also the first grammar of a vernacular language printed in Europe, at a time when Castilian was not yet considered as a "language of culture". Nebrija was ahead of his time and, after publishing the Introductiones latinae, he came to the conclusion that it was necessary to study Castilian Spanish in order to learn Latin, as by setting its rules, it would avoid the natural process of corruption distancing it more from this language. The work is divided into five books: "Orthography", "Prose", "Etymology", "Syntax" and "Introduction to the Castilian language for those who from a foreign language want to learn". Red and black ink were used in the text, printed with Gothic fonts, and the blank space for the initial letters can be observed.
Note GMD: electronic resource.
Subject LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / GENERAL
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