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  • ANEXOS

OBRAS LITERARIAS CITADAS


Alcalá Yáñez, Jerónimo de (1946): El Donado Hablador. Madrid: Aguilar (La novela picaresca española).

Boccaccio, Giovanni (1992): Decameron. Torino: Einaudi.

Espinel, Vicente (1972): La vida del escudero Marcos de Obregón. Madrid: Clásicos Castalia, núms 45-46.

Palmireno, Juan Lorenzo (1573): El estudioso cortesano, Valencia: Pedro de Huete.

Poggio Bracciolini, Gian Francesco(1983): Liber Facetiarum, Milán: Biblioteca Universale Rizzoli.

Ruiz, Juan (1913): Libro de Buen Amor, Madrid: Clásicos Castellanos, 2 vols.

ANEXOS

        ANEXO 1. Tipos ATU

3 – Simulated Injury (previously Sham Blood and Brains)

4 – Sick Animal Carries the Healthy One (previously Carrying the Sham-Sick Trickster)

5 – Biting the Tree Root (previously Biting the Foot)

30 – The Fox Tricks the Wolf into Falling into a Pit

47B – The Horse Kicks the Wolf in the Teeth

58 – The Crocodile Carries the Jackal

59 – The Fox and the Sour Grapes

60 – Fox and Crane Invite Each Other

75* - The Wolf and the Nurse (previously Wolf Waits in Vain for the Nurse to Throw away the Child)

111A* - A Drunkard’s Promise

122A – The Wolf (Fox) Seeks Breakfast

122H – “Wait until I Get Dry”

123 – The Wolf and the Kids

123B – Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing Gains Admission to the Fold

130 – The Animals in Night Quarters

135A – The Fox Stumbles over a Violin

157 – Animals Learn to Fear Men (previously Learning to Fear Men)

178A – The Innocent Dog (previously Llewellyn and His Dog)

222 – War between Birds (Insects) and Quadrupeds (previously War of Birds and Quadrupeds)

225 – The Crane Teaches the Fox to Fly

230 – The Rearing of the Large-headed and Large-eyed Bird

275B – The Race of the Fox and the Crayfish

280A – The Ant and the Cricket (previously The Ant and the Lazy Cricket)

301 – The Three Stolen Princesses

310 – The Maiden in the Tower

311 – Rescue by the Sister

311B* - The Singing Bag

312 – Maiden-Killer (Bluebeard) (previously The Giant-killer and his Dog)

326 – The Youth Who Wanted to Learn What Fear is

327A – Hansel and Gretel

330 – The Smith and the Devil (previously The Smith Outwits the Devil)

333 – Little Red Riding Hood (previously The Glutton)

450 – Little Brother and Little Sister

480 – The Kind and the Unkind Girls (previously The Spinning-Women by the Spring. The Kind and the Unkind Girls)

500 – The Name of the Supernatural Helper

510A – Cinderella

530 – The Princess on the Glass Mountain

570 – The Rabbit-Herd

592 – The Dance among Thorns

700 – Thumbling (previously Tom Thumb)

707 – The Three Golden Children (previously The Three Golden Sons)

715 – Demi-cock

720 – The Juniper Tree (previously My Mother Slew Me; My Father Ate Me)

780 – The Singing Bone

851 – The Princess Who Cannot Solve the Riddle

853 – The Hero Catches the Princess with her Own Words

860 – Nuts of “Ay ay ay!”

879 – The Basil Maiden

910E – Find the Treasure in Our Vineyard! (previously Father’s Counsel: Where Treasure Is)

926C – Cases Solved in a Manner Worthy of Solomon

1142 – How the Lazy Horse Was Cured (previously Hot Tin under the Tail of the Ogre’s Horse)

1210 – The Cow (Other Domestic Animal) is Taken to the Roof to Graze

1215 – The Miller, His Son, and the Donkey

1245 – Sunlight Carried in a Bag (Basket, Sieve) into the Windowless House

1270 – The Drying of the Candle

1309 – Choosing the Clean Figs

1313A - The Man Takes Seriously the Prediction of Death

1326 - Moving the Church

1332* - Forgetfulness (Aimlessness) Causes Useless Journey

1333 - The Shepherd Who Cried “Wolf!” Too Often

1339 - Strange Foods

1347* - The Statue’s Father

1348** - The Man Who Believes His Own Lie

ATU 1349* - Miscellaneous Numskull Tales

1350 - The Soon-Consoled Widow (previously The Loving Wife)

1351 - The Silence Wager

1351A - “God Help You!”

1354 – Death for the Old Couple

1354A* - Widower’s Relief

1355B – “I Can See the Whole World!” (previously Adulteress Tells her Lover, “I Can See the Whole World”)

1357* - Wife’s Duty to Have Lovers

1365C - The Wife Insults the Husband as Lousy-Head

1365E - The Quarrelsome Couple

1370 - The Lazy Wife is Reformed (previously The Lazy Wife)

1375 - Who Can Rule His Wife?

1381 - The Talkative Wife and the Discovered Treasure

1407A - “Everything!”

1419 – The Returning Husband Hoodwinked. (Including the previous Type 1419K*)

1440 – The Substituted Animal (previously The Tenant Promises his Daughter to his Master against her will)

1453**** - The Flatulent Girl (previously Puella pedens)

1457 – The Lisping Maiden

1535 - The Rich and the Poor Farmer

1538 - The Revenge of the Cheated Man (previously The Youth Cheated in Selling Oxen)

1544A* - A Soldier’s Riddle

1545A* - “It’s a Man!”

1551 - The Wager That Sheep are Hogs

1565 - Agreement Not to Scratch

1617* - The Blind Man’s Treasure

1624 - Thief’s Excuse: The Big Wind

1641B* - Who Stole from the Church?

1654 - The Robbers in the Death Chamber

1688 - The Servant to Improve on the Master’s Statements

1689 - “Thank God They Weren’t Peaches.”

1691 - The Hungry Clergyman (previously “Don’t Eat too Greedily.”)

1698G - Misunderstood Words Lead to Comic Results.

1699 – Misunderstanding Because of Ignorance of a Foreign Language

1717* - The Fancy Ailment

1730 – The Entrapped Suitors

1739 – The Clergyman and the Calf

1740B - Thieves as Ghosts

1775 - The Hungry Clergyman

1791* - The Murderer’s House

1792 - The Stingy Clergyman and the Slaughtered Pig

1800 - Stealing Something Small (previously Stealing Only a Small Amount)

1826A* - The Saint Who Ran Away (previously The Escaped Saint)

1829 - Living Person Acts as Image of Saint

1831A* - Inappropriate Actions in Church

1832D* - “How Many Sacraments are There?”

1833 - The Clergyman’s Rhetorical Question Misunderstood (previously Application of the Sermon)

1837 - Holy Ghost in the Church (previously The Parson to Let a Dove Fly in the Church)

1920A - “The Sea Burns”

1920F* - Skillful Hounds

2023 - Little Ant Marries (previously Little Ant Finds a penny, Buys New Clothes with it, and Sits in her Doorway)

2028 – The Devouring Animal That Was Cut Open (previously The Troll [Wolf] who was Cut Open)

Tipos catalogados por otros autores

Camarena-Chevalier:

[207D] – El burro famélico y el cerdo lustroso

[246A] – El pájaro previene del hombre a su cría

González Sanz:

[1205] - El pleito al sol

[1595] - ¡Tú pitarás!

Boggs:


1940*E

Robe:


1829*

Noia:


1849*A


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