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El gran teatro de Calderón. Personajes, temas, escenografía (review)

El gran teatro de Calderón. Personajes, temas, escenografía (review) Reviews111 the spectator's/ reader's attention. Martin suggestively presents us with a "Cervantes, transgresor continuo de las fronteras que mediaban entre los géneros tradicionales. . . ." Guillermo Schmidhuber de la Mora announces his discovery of the lost conclusion to a play by Salazar y Torres written by Sor Juana and contained in La segunda Celestina, and a Protesta de la fe found in an addendum to a pious book published by P. Antonio Nunez de Miranda, the nun's confessor. Nunez de Miranda, a Jesuit who vigorously opposed theater, as many in his order were wont to do, may well have forced the Mexican Muse to abandon her theatrical career, but not her intellectual vocation. (A clarification regarding the original author of La segunda Celestina: I discovered in Burgo de Osma in March 1996 the baptismal certificate of Agustín de Salazar y Torres, who was born in 1636 and not in 1642, as has been claimed ever since Vera Tassis's biography first appeared in 1681.) The final article to be reviewed from this collection is José Amezcua's "Diversos tipos de amor en El vergonzoso en palacio." In this Tirsian text he finds that the extremes of eroticism lead to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the Comediantes Bulletin of the Comediantes

El gran teatro de Calderón. Personajes, temas, escenografía (review)

Bulletin of the Comediantes , Volume 49 (1) – Jan 8, 1997

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Reviews111 the spectator's/ reader's attention. Martin suggestively presents us with a "Cervantes, transgresor continuo de las fronteras que mediaban entre los géneros tradicionales. . . ." Guillermo Schmidhuber de la Mora announces his discovery of the lost conclusion to a play by Salazar y Torres written by Sor Juana and contained in La segunda Celestina, and a Protesta de la fe found in an addendum to a pious book published by P. Antonio Nunez de Miranda, the nun's confessor. Nunez de Miranda, a Jesuit who vigorously opposed theater, as many in his order were wont to do, may well have forced the Mexican Muse to abandon her theatrical career, but not her intellectual vocation. (A clarification regarding the original author of La segunda Celestina: I discovered in Burgo de Osma in March 1996 the baptismal certificate of Agustín de Salazar y Torres, who was born in 1636 and not in 1642, as has been claimed ever since Vera Tassis's biography first appeared in 1681.) The final article to be reviewed from this collection is José Amezcua's "Diversos tipos de amor en El vergonzoso en palacio." In this Tirsian text he finds that the extremes of eroticism lead to

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Published: Jan 8, 1997

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