Another Look at Calderon's El Principe Constante

Another Look at Calderon's El Principe Constante naranjo o limón; unos dizen que vale tanto como Venus, otros que vale flor . . . puede llamarse la estrella de Venus zahar por ser 6 Covarrubias, Tesoro . . . , "La flor del tan resplandesciente, y las flores de la primavera por su hermosura. . . (p. 172) Academia Española (Madrid, 1956), p. 887. 7 Diccionario de la lengua española, Real ^fS «7^V ANOTHER LOOK AT CALDERÓN'S EL PRINCIPE CONSTANTE María Norval, University of Washington In his article "The Figure of Fénix others view them only as symbolic figin Calderón's EL PRINCIPE CON- ures. Spitzer and Wardropper treat poses a novel idea, that of a love relationship between Fénix and the Con- STANTE"' the late Leo Spitzer pro- them on both levels. As symbols they are taken to represent "Beauty" and "Constancy in Faith." Perhaps a modistant Prince himself. What sort of love fication of their view may lead to anis this, which has escaped the critics other interpretation of the sonnet heretofore? According to Spitzer it is scene, and of the play as a whole. For an "erotic bond" (page 154) between the difficulties of that scene are by no the two which can http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the Comediantes Bulletin of the Comediantes

Another Look at Calderon's El Principe Constante

Bulletin of the Comediantes, Volume 25 (1) – Jan 8, 1973

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naranjo o limón; unos dizen que vale tanto como Venus, otros que vale flor . . . puede llamarse la estrella de Venus zahar por ser 6 Covarrubias, Tesoro . . . , "La flor del tan resplandesciente, y las flores de la primavera por su hermosura. . . (p. 172) Academia Española (Madrid, 1956), p. 887. 7 Diccionario de la lengua española, Real ^fS «7^V ANOTHER LOOK AT CALDERÓN'S EL PRINCIPE CONSTANTE María Norval, University of Washington In his article "The Figure of Fénix others view them only as symbolic figin Calderón's EL PRINCIPE CON- ures. Spitzer and Wardropper treat poses a novel idea, that of a love relationship between Fénix and the Con- STANTE"' the late Leo Spitzer pro- them on both levels. As symbols they are taken to represent "Beauty" and "Constancy in Faith." Perhaps a modistant Prince himself. What sort of love fication of their view may lead to anis this, which has escaped the critics other interpretation of the sonnet heretofore? According to Spitzer it is scene, and of the play as a whole. For an "erotic bond" (page 154) between the difficulties of that scene are by no the two which can

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