Transcending the ages of men: Rodrigo as the male exemplar of the of the Mocedades de Rodrigo

For a long time, scholars regarded Mocedade's Rodrigo as a roguish youth, a far cry from the exemplary behavior embodied by the Cid of the Cantar. However, of late some studies have focused on Mocedades as embodying the typical rite of passage a young man must undertake from one age to another. Medieval writers thought that a man's life naturally divides into separate stages of development, with each stage having an appropriate mode of behavior....
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