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Definition of Picaresque
Picaresque Pic`a*resque", a. [F., fr. Sp. picaro rogue.]
Applied to that class of literature in which the principal
personage is the Spanish picaro, meaning a rascal, a knave, a
rogue, an adventurer.
Meaning of Picaresque from wikipedia
- The picaresque novel
(Spanish: picaresca, from pícaro, for "rogue" or "rascal") is a genre
fiction. It depicts
of a roguish, but...
is the third studio album
from The Decemberists. It was released
in 2005 on the Kill Rock Stars record
label. The word "picaresque
novel, po****r subgenre
of prose fiction Picaresque
(album), 2005 album
rock band The Decemberists
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- (1990)). Novels portal
(genre) Men's adventure Nautical fiction Picaresque novel Robinsonade Subterranean fiction
Spy fiction Swashbuckler
- after Castaways
and Cutouts, who in turn was replaced
by John Moen after Picaresque
. The band's name refers
to the Decembrist
revolt, an 1825 insurrection...
is a British television
on the picaresque novels
by John Grant under
the pen name Jonathan
Gash. The show, which...
(1975) is a picaresque novel
by American author Charles
Bukowski. It is Bukowski’s second novel
and a prequel
to Post Office
(1971). Set in the...
. It contains previously unreleased material
from the Picaresque recording
sessions. Besides being packaged
1771) was a Scottish
poet and author. He was best known
for picaresque novels
such as The Adventures
of Roderick Random
(1748), The Adventures...
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