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El Arte Nuevo De Estudiar Comedias: Literary Theory and Spanish Golden Age Drama

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This anthology of ??new?? approaches to literary study takes its name from Lope de Vega?s Arte nuevo de hacer comedias. Here is the not quite new art of ??estudiar?? rather than ??hacer?? drama that is the central concern. This volume is directed to students of literature and to scholars who wish to expand their knowledge of the many different areas of theoretical inquiry that comediantes are currently exploring.

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Overview

This anthology of ‘‘new’’ approaches to literary study takes its name from Lope de Vega’s Arte nuevo de hacer comedias. Here is the not quite new art of ‘‘estudiar’’ rather than ‘‘hacer’’ drama that is the central concern. This volume is directed to students of literature and to scholars who wish to expand their knowledge of the many different areas of theoretical inquiry that comediantes are currently exploring.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611480832
  • Publisher: Bucknell University Press
  • Publication date: 8/1/1996
  • Pages: 260
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 7
Notes on Contributors 13
Deconstruction and the Comedia: The Case for Peribanez 21
The Play of Presence and Absence: Writing and Supplementarity in the Comedias de privanza 36
The Visible and the Hidden: Speech Act Theory and Cervantes's El retablo de las maravillas 52
Theater Semiotics and Lope de Vega's El caballero de Olmedo 66
Reader Response, Iser, and La estrella de Sevilla 86
Jacques Lacan and the Golden Age Drama 105
A Feminist Approach to a Golden Age Dramaturga's Play 127
The Other Speaks: Tirso de Molina's Amazonas en las Indias 143
Desire, Crisis, and Violence in Fuenteverjuna: A Girardian Perspective 162
Dramatic and Discursive Genres: La verdad sospechosa as Problem Comedy and Marriage Treatise 187
The Literary Use of History: El medico de su honra in Contexts 206
On Canonization and Canonicity: El burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra (Or, A Rake's Progress and Pride of Place) 235
The Necromancy of Imitation: Lucan and Cervantes's La Numancia 246
Index 259
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