Ataud Para el Vivo y el Talamo Para el Muertoby Andrés de Claramonte, Alfredo Rodríguez López-Vázquez
Alfredo Rodrííguez Lóópez-Váázquez has, in recent years, devoted himself to the revaluation of the works of the seventeenth-century actor-dramatist Andréés de Claramonte. In 1991 Tamesis published his edition of El secreto en la mujer. In the present volume the Spanish critic provides a text of Et ataud para el vivo y táálamo para el muerto (The Coffin for the Living and the Bridal Bed for the Dead), a play which exists in two manuscripts and a printed text which dates from the eighteenth century. In this critical edition Professor Rodrííguez Lóópez-Vázquez studies the complicated transmission of the text and the sources of the dramatist as a whole. Variant readings are provided in footnotes, and explanatory notes are printed at the end of the text. ALFREDO RODRGUES LPEZ-VAZQUEZ is Professor of Spanish Literature at the Universidade da Coruñña.
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