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Not that Goodreads lets us do that. The stories in this qulnn are all set at the same time, around the same two big events, a skating party and a St. I really enjoyed the way she tied each of the four stories together, even making her own surprise appearance. She was sensitive and cried easily. The Duke and I With 2nd Epilogue. It is extremely probable that he was drawn to the Court, then at Evora, for the first time in by the unprecedented festivities in honour of the wedding of the Crown Prince and Isabel, daughter of the Catholic Kings, and was one of the many goldsmiths who came thither on that occasion .
He may have been about 25 years old at the time. The date of his birth has become a fascinating problem, [Pg xiii] over which many critics have argued and disagreed. As to the exact year it is best frankly to confess our ignorance. The information is so flimsy and conflicting as to make the acutest critics waver.
While a perfectly unwarranted importance has been given to a passage in Vicente's last comedia, the Floresta de Enganos , in which a judge declares that he is 66 therefore Gil Vicente was born in , sufficient stress has perhaps not been laid on the lines in the play from the Conde de Sabugosa's library, the Auto da Festa, in which Gil Vicente is declared to be 'very stout and over It was the comedian's ambition to raise a laugh in his audience and this might be effected by saying the exact opposite of what the audience knew to be true: e.
But Vicente was certainly not very young when this play was written and we may doubt whether the victim of calentura and hater of heat he treats summer scurvily in his Auto dos Quatro Tempos was thin. We have to accept the fact that he was over 60 when the Auto da Festa was written.
But when was it written? Its editor, the Conde de Sabugosa, to whom all Vicente lovers owe so deep a debt of gratitude  , assigned it to , while Senhor Braamcamp Freire, who uses Vicente's age as a double-edged weapon  , places it twenty years earlier, in This was indeed necessary if the year was to be maintained as the date of his birth.
The theory of the exact date was due to another passage of the plays: the old man in O Velho da Horta, formerly assigned to , is 60 III. Yet there is something slightly comical in stout old Gil Vicente beginning his actor's career at the age of 50 and keeping it up till he was In he is over 40 and married inference from his appointment as one of the 24 representatives of Lisbon guilds in that year.
In a 'son of Gil Vicente' is in India. His son Belchior is a small boy in In he received a sum of money to enable his sister Felipa Borges to marry. In he declares himself to be 'near death'  , although evidently not ill at the time. He died very probably at the end of or beginning of . Accepting the fact that the Auto da Festa was written before the Templo de Apolo I would place it as late as possible, i.
The Court gleamed with plate and jewellery . There were banquets and tournaments, ricos momos and singulares antremeses, pantomimes or interludes produced with great splendour—e. Next year the tragic death of the young prince, still in his teens, owing to a fall from his horse at Santarem, turned all the joy to ashes. Gil Vicente was certainly not less impressed than Luis Anriquez, who laments the death of Prince Afonso in the Cancioneiro Geral, or Juan del Enzina, who made it the subject of his version or paraphrase of Virgil's 5th eclogue.
Vicente's acquaintance with Enzina's works may date from this period, although we need not press Enzina's words yo vi too literally to mean that he was actually present at the Portuguese Court. Vicente may have accompanied the King and Queen to Lisbon in October of this year, but for the next ten years we know as much of his life as for the preceding twenty, that is to say, we know nothing at all.
Yo lo vi entre estas flores Con gran hato de ganado Con su cayado real. Perhaps however it is best to read damado, which recurs in the same play.
We may surmise that about this time, perhaps as early as , Vicente became goldsmith to Queen Lianor. The events of this wonderful decade must have moved him profoundly, events sufficient to stir even a dullard's imagination as new world after new world swept into his ken: the conquest of Granada from the Moors in , the arrival of Columbus at Lisbon from America in , the similar return of Vasco da Gama six years later from India, the discovery of Brazil in Two years later Vicente emerges into the light of day.
On the following evening  or on the evening of June 8 Gil Vicente, dressed as a herdsman, broke into the Queen's chamber in the presence of the Queen, King Manuel, his mother Dona Beatriz, his sister Queen Lianor, who was one of the prince's godmothers, and others, and recited in Spanish a brief monologue of lines. Having expressed rustic wonder at the splendour of the palace and the universal joy at the birth of an heir to the throne he calls in some thirty companions to offer their humble gifts of eggs, milk, curds, cheese and honey.
He preferred, however, to compose a new auto more suitable to the occasion and duly produced the Auto Pastoril Castelhano.
King Manuel had just returned to Lisbon from a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia in thanksgiving for the discovery of the sea-route to India.
He found the Queen in the palace of Santos o Velho and was received com muita alegria. Queen Lianor was delighted muito satisfeita and a few days later, on the Day of Kings 6 Jan. The only play that can be confidently asserted to have been produced by Vicente between January and the end of is the brief dialogue between the beggar and St Martin: the Auto de S. Martinho, in ten Spanish verses de rima cuadrada, recited before Queen Lianor in the Caldas church during the Corpus Christi procession of The reasons for this silence are not far to seek.
In September , Dom Vasco da Gama returned from his second voyage to India with the first tribute of gold: 'The lords and nobles who were then at Court went to visit him on his ship and accompanied him to the palace.
A page went before him bearing in a bason the miticaes of gold of the tribute of the King of Quiloa and the agreement made with him and the Kings of Cananor and Cochin. Of this gold King Manuel ordered a monstrance to be wrought for the service of the altar, adorned with precious stones, and commanded that it should be presented to the Convent of Bethlehem .
He was perhaps already living in the Lisbon house in the Rua de Jerusalem assigned to him by his patroness, Queen Lianor . There were other reasons for his silence. Plague and famine raged at Lisbon from to , while, after the awful massacre of Jews at Easter , during which some thousands were stabbed or burnt to death, the city of Lisbon was placed under an interdict which was not raised till Let us take advantage of Vicente's long silence to explain why it can be asserted so confidently that he was now at work on the Belem custodia.
The burden of producing some definite document to show that Gil Vicente the poet and Gil Vicente the goldsmith were two different persons rests on the opponents of identity. If we were assured that the dreamy Bernardim Ribeiro had fashioned the Belem monstrance we might well remain sceptical, but Vicente stands out from among the vaguer poets of Portugal in having, like Garcia de Resende, an extremely definite style, and his imagination, as in his dream of fair women in the Templo de Apolo, coins concrete figures, not intellectual abstractions.
Resende, we know, was a skilled draughtsman as well as poet, chronicler and musician, and it is curious that the very phrase applied by Vicente to Resende, de tudo entende II, , is used of Vicente himself in an anecdote quoted by Senhor Braamcamp Freire.
As to his own silence and that of his contemporaries, their silence  concerning the presence of two Gil Vicentes at Court would be quite as astonishing, especially as they distinguish between other homonyms of the time [Pg xviii] , and the silent satellite dogged the poet Vicente's steps with the strangest persistence.
According to the discoveries or inventions of the Visconde Sanches de Baena  he was the poet's uncle; according to Dr Theophilo Braga they were cousins . The poet, as many passages in his plays show, was interested in the goldsmith's art  ; the goldsmith wrote verses . The poet made his first appearance in , the artist in Splendid as was the Portuguese Court and although its members had almost doubled in number in less than a century  , the King did not keep men there merely on the chance of their producing 'a new thing.
When Gil Vicente in produced a new thing in Portugal his presence in the palace can only be explained by his having an employment there, and since we know that Queen Lianor had a goldsmith called Gil Vicente who wrote verses and since the poet wrote all his earlier plays for Queen Lianor  , it is rational to suppose that this employment was that of goldsmith to the Queen-Dowager.
His presence at Court was certainly not by right of birth: Vicente was not a 'gentleman of good family,' as Ticknor and others have supposed, but the noble art of the goldsmith its practice was forbidden in the following century to slaves and negroes would enable him to associate familiarly with the courtiers.
In or later  the poet joined, at the request of Queen Lianor, in a poetical contest concerning a gold chain, in which another poet, addressing Vicente, refers especially to necklaces and jewels.
At the Hospital of All Saints the poet staged one of his plays. To Thomar and its fevers he refers more than once and presented the Farsa de Ines Pereira there in In Gil Vicente the goldsmith is entrusted by King Manuel with the preparations for the royal entry into Lisbon, an auto figuring in the programme. On the other hand there is an almost brutal egoism in the silence concerning his unfortunate uncle or cousin maintained by Gil Vicente, who refers to himself as poet more than once, with evident pride in his autos.
Recently General Brito Rebello , whose researches helped to give shape and substance to Gil Vicente's life, discovered a document of in which the poet's signature differs notably from that of the goldsmith in . It is, however, possible to maintain that the former signature is not that of Gil Vicente at all and that the words of the document per seu filho Belchior Vicente mean that Belchior signed in his father's name; or, alternatively, we can only say that Gil Vicente's handwriting had changed, a change especially frequent in artists.
To those who examine all the evidence impartially there can remain very little doubt that Gil Vicente was first known at Court for his skill as goldsmith, and that he began writing verses and plays at the suggestion of his patroness, Queen Lianor. On March 3, , Vicente momentarily resumed his literary character and composed for Queen Lianor a long lay sermon, spoken before the King on the occasion of the birth of the Infante Luis , who was himself a poet and the friend and patron of men of letters.
The envious feared that Vicente was playing too many parts and contended that this was no time for a sermon by a layman, but Vicente excused himself with the saying, commonly attributed to Garci Sanchez de Badajoz, that if they would permit him to play the fool this once he would leave it to them for the rest of their lives, and launched into the exposition of his text: Non volo, volo et deficior. His next play Quem tem farelos? The reference to the embate in Africa in all probability alludes to the siege of Arzila in King Manuel had made preparations to set sail for an African campaign in and , but the word embate implies something more definite.
The later date it was formerly assigned to is more suitable to the finished art of this first farce and to the fact that its success—so great that the people gave it the name by which it is [Pg xx] still known, i.
Its successor, the Auto da India, acted before Queen Lianor at Almada in , has not the same unity and its action begins in and ends in It displays a broader outlook and the influence of the discovery of India on the home-life of Portugal.
It is just possible that Quem tem farelos? Early in this year Feb. In , perhaps at Carnival  , the Auto das Fadas further shows the expansion, perhaps we may say the warping, of his natural genius, for although we may rejoice in the presentation of the witch Genebra Pereira, the play soon turns aside to satirical allusions to courtiers, while the Devil gabbles in picardese.
The Farsa dos Fisicos is now  assigned to , early in the year. It is leap year III. Gil Vicente was in the most successful period of his life. In December he was chosen by the Guild of Goldsmiths to be one of [Pg xxi] the twenty-four Lisbon guild representatives and some months later he was selected by the twenty-four to be one of their four proctors, with a seat in the Lisbon Town Council.
On February 4, , he had become Master of the Lisbon Mint. For the departure of the fleet against Azamor he comes forward as the poet laureate of the nation and vehemently inveighs against sloth and luxury while he sings a hymn to the glories of Portugal.
The play alludes to the gifts sent to the Pope in the following year and this probably led to the date of the rubric , but it also refers to the royal marriages of , and , and we may thus assume that it was written in and touched up for a later production or for the collection of Vicente's plays.
Senhor Braamcamp Freire points out that the Convent was only founded in . A scarcely less cogent argument for the later date is the finish of the verse and the exquisiteness of the lyrics, although the action is simple and the reminiscences of Enzina are many  a fact which does not necessarily imply an early date: Enzina's echo verses are imitated in the Comedia de Rubena, The last lyric, A la guerra, caballeros, is out of keeping with the rest of the play, but fighting in Africa was so frequent that it cannot help to determine the play's date.
It is in this period that it is customary to place the death of Vicente's first wife Branca Bezerra, leaving him two sons, Gaspar and Belchior. This gives the Comedia do Viuvo, acted in , a personal note, which is emphasized by the names of the widower's daughters, Paula, the name of Gil Vicente's eldest daughter, and Melicia, the name of his second wife.
In the following year private grief was merged in the growing renown of Portugal in the Auto da Fama, which the rubric attributes to , although it alludes to the siege of Goa , the capture of Malaca , the victorious expedition against Azamor [Pg xxii] , and the attack on Aden It was acted first before Queen Lianor and then before King Manuel at Lisbon, and we may surmise that it was written or begun when the first news of Albuquerque's successes reached Lisbon and recast in The year has also been suggested, but the death of King Ferdinand the Catholic in January of that year and the death of Albuquerque in December render this date unsuitable.
Even if the play was acted at Christmas , there is the ironical circumstance that, at the moment when the Court was ringing with praises of the Portuguese deeds in India, the great Governor was lying dead at Goa. The date of the Auto dos Quatro Tempos is equally problematic. The name of the palace indicates the year or an earlier date  , and it has been assigned to the year or ; but the superior development of the play's structure and even of its thought e.
The approximate date of the next play, the Auto da Barca do Inferno, is certain. This first part of Vicente's remarkable trilogy of Barcas was acted 'in the Queen's chamber for the consolation of the very catholic and holy Queen Dona Maria in the illness of which she died in The subject was a gloomy one but its treatment was intended to raise many a laugh and it ends with the famous brief invocation of the Angel to the knights who had died fighting in Africa.
On August 6, , Vicente resigned the post of Master of the Mint in favour of Diogo Rodriguez and probably about this time he married his second wife, Melicia Rodriguez. They returned together to Almeirim and the next months were spent there 'in great bullfights, jousts, balls and other entertainments till the beginning of Spring [May] when the King went to Evora .
In the following year Nov. He seems to have worked hard in arranging and directing the festivities, and in the same year he staged both the Comedia de Rubena and the Cortes de Jupiter. The latter is the only Vicente play of which we have a contemporary description.
It was acted on the departure of the King's daughter, Beatriz, at the age of sixteen to espouse the Duke of Savoy. Her dowry, including precious stones, pearls and necklaces, was magnificent, and after brilliant rejoicings at Lisbon she embarked on a ship of a thousand tons in a fleet commanded by the Conde de Villa Nova. She was accompanied by the Archbishop of Lisbon and many nobles. On the evening of August 4, in the Ribeira palace 'in a large hall all adorned with rich tapestry of gold, well carpeted, with canopy, chairs and cushions of rich brocade, began a great ball in which the King our lord danced with the lady Infanta Duchess his dau [Pg xxiv] ghter and the Queen our lady with the Infanta D.
Isabel, and the Prince our lord and the Infante D. Luis with ladies they chose; and so all the courtiers danced who were going to Savoy and many other gentlemen and courtiers for a long space. And the dancing over, began an excellent and well devised comedy with many most natural and well adorned figures, written and acted for the marriage and departure of the Infanta; and with this very skilful and suitable play the evening ended .
He died 13 Dec. As he watched the slow funeral procession passing in the night from the palace to Belem amid burning torches  Gil Vicente must have thought of his own altered position.
King Manuel had treated his sister's goldsmith generously  and had personally attended the acting of many of his plays. The diversion of elephant and rhinoceros had been only a momentary backsliding, and he had sat through the whole of the Barca da Gloria, in which a King and an Emperor fared so lamentably at the hands of the modern Silenus.
But he does not appear to have done anything to secure the poet's well-being. King Manuel's sister, Vicente's faithful patroness, was, however, still alive, and he had much to hope from the new king who had grown up along with the Vicentian drama.