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A 15th century Spanish prose dialogue divided into 21 'acts', starting in comedy and ending in tragedy. Events surround Calisto's passion for the inexperienced Melibea and Celestina's attempts to exploit their emotions.
Celestina is the most remarkable work produced in 15th century Spain and its influence has been enduring and profound. It is a prose dialogue divided into 21 'acts', starting in comedy and ending in tragedy. The main trigger of events is the passion conceived by the youth Calisto for the inexperienced Melibea.