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With Callimaco, he pretends to be his altruistic friend, ready to help him in his
anguish. Devoutly he helps Friar Timoteo in his untiring search for God and better
financial conditions. For a better understanding of Ligurio it would be advisable, ...
Friar Timoteo, for his part, is not a corrupt friar, but rather the symbol of a new
religious mentality. Just as the Renaissance world in general becomes
commercialized (and we should remember that even Fray Luis de Le6n
compares women to ...
This amorality of Timoteo is questioned in a single monologue in which he
manifests regrets, stating that bad companions can lead a good man to the
gallows. We believe, however, that Timoteo does not really have a guilty
conscience, nor a ...
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