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A collection of essays written by prominent Golden Age Hispanists from the US, Canada, Spain, and Mexico, in honor of one of the most important "Comedia" scholars in North America. Contains representative essays on the early drama and prose of Renaissance Spain, works on canonical texts by 17th-century dramatists such as Lope de Vega and Moreto, and articles on subjects including new socio- cultural theories of the Baroque, performance and documentation studies, and new thematic approaches to the "Siglo de Oro". Some essays are in Spanish and some are in English. No index. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780820430508
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/1997
  • Series: Iberica Series
  • Pages: 504

Table of Contents

Editor's Preface
I Early Drama and Golden Age Prose
Amicitia and Amor: Toward an Analysis of Love and Sexuality in Amadis de Gaula 3
Provisiones de enunciacion y motricidad en la Nise laureada de Jeronimo Bermudez 10
La Filomena de Timoneda y sus fuentes 26
Some Novel Forms of Tension and Release 41
Peter Bruegel and Early Spanish Folk Theater 49
II The Theater of Lope de Vega
The Silences of Myth: (Con)fusing Erostrato/Erasistrato in Lope's El castigo sin venganza 65
El trasfondo del descubrimiento en La nina de plata de Lope de Vega 76
". . . La sangre/muere en las venas heladas": El castigo sin venganza de Lope de Vega 84
Fuenteovejuna: Philosophical Views on the State and Revolution 103
Puesta en escena y recepcion del teatro clasico espanol: Fuente Ovejuna de Lope de Vega 112
Culpabilidad, expiacion y reconciliacion en la version de Fuenteovejuna filmada por Juan Guerrero Zamora 122
III The Theater of Tirso de Molina
Designing Women: Tirso's La mujer por fuerza on Stage 135
Tirso's Mari-Hernandez and the Red-Bearded Jew 146
Selected Evidence for Tirso's Authorship of El burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra 156
"Querer ser" y "deber ser" en Amazonas en las Indias de Tirso de Molina 165
La relacion textual entre El burlador de Sevilla y Tan largo me lo fiais 173
Gestus y corporalidad (dos escenas de El burlador de Sevilla 187
IV The Theater of Calderon de la Barca
The Italian Fortunes of La dama duende in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries 201
It's About Time: Calderon's Dar tiempo al tiempo 217
The Many Roles of Pedro Crespo 224
Pertinencia e impertinencia del lenguaje retorico-poetico en Calderon 233
Was Calderon Serious? Another look at Los tres mayores prodigios 246
The Lessons of Calderon's La cisma de Ingalaterra 253
The Sense of an Ending in La vida es sueno: The Historical Function of a Metaphor in Calderon 264
V Other Dramatists of the Golden Age
La dialectica de la simetria y de la asimetria del amor en El desden con el desden de Moreto 281
The Wheel of Fortune in the Theater of Mira de Amescua 289
The Spatial Politics of Moreto's No puede ser 296
El lindo don Diego and the Question of Homosexual Desire 306
Sor Juana's Los empenos de una casa - A Baroque Fete and a Theatrical Feat 316
Luis Velez de Guevara en la marana de comedias escanderbecas 343
VI General Studies on Drama
Toward a New Socio-Cultural Theory of Baroque Theater 375
Crossing National Borders: Staging The Merchant of Venice in Spain 388
Comedias espanolas del Siglo de Oro en la Biblioteca Nacional de Lisboa (Cuarta serie) 407
Tyrannicide and Relativism in Cadalso's Tragedy, Solaya 438
The Story of Joseph in Golden Age Theater 448
Venta de un repertorio de comedias (Sevilla, 1620) 460
Toward a Reader's Protocol for a More Comprehensive View of the Role of the Character in the Spanish Golden Age Comedia 474
Tabula gratulatoria 483
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