Tan Largo Me Lo Fiais and El Burlador De Sevilla Y El Convidado De Piedra

Tan Largo Me Lo Fiais and El Burlador De Sevilla Y El Convidado De Piedra Bulletin Of The Comediantes Vol. XIV Spring, 1962 No. 1 Tan Largo Me Lo Fiais and El Burlador De Sevilla Y El Convidado De Piedra Gerald E. Wade, University of Tennessee Robert J. Mayberry, University of North Carolina Historically, the first play on the Don Castro, hecha por Fortanet en 1878."2 The Juan theme is the most important drama suelta, as its wording indicates, was formerly ever written, if its importance be measured owned by Emilio Cotarelo y Mori and is by its well-nigh countless progeny in world identified on page 84 of his Catálogo in about the same words as those of the Sedó literature. That the first of all the Don Juan play exists in two versions, the well-known plays was composed in Spain is a fact that catalogue, omitting, of course, the typographfew scholars in our time will dispute. This ical error that we observe in the latter.3 In Burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra suelta claims Calderón as its author; no one fiáis. It is agreed by the scholars who have examined the two versions with care that in passing, we shall not be concerned that the and the not so well-known Tan http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the Comediantes Bulletin of the Comediantes

Tan Largo Me Lo Fiais and El Burlador De Sevilla Y El Convidado De Piedra

Bulletin of the Comediantes, Volume 14 (1) – Jan 8, 1962

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Bulletin Of The Comediantes Vol. XIV Spring, 1962 No. 1 Tan Largo Me Lo Fiais and El Burlador De Sevilla Y El Convidado De Piedra Gerald E. Wade, University of Tennessee Robert J. Mayberry, University of North Carolina Historically, the first play on the Don Castro, hecha por Fortanet en 1878."2 The Juan theme is the most important drama suelta, as its wording indicates, was formerly ever written, if its importance be measured owned by Emilio Cotarelo y Mori and is by its well-nigh countless progeny in world identified on page 84 of his Catálogo in about the same words as those of the Sedó literature. That the first of all the Don Juan play exists in two versions, the well-known plays was composed in Spain is a fact that catalogue, omitting, of course, the typographfew scholars in our time will dispute. This ical error that we observe in the latter.3 In Burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra suelta claims Calderón as its author; no one fiáis. It is agreed by the scholars who have examined the two versions with care that in passing, we shall not be concerned that the and the not so well-known Tan

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