The Role of the Shepherd in the Pre-Lopean Drama of Diego Sanchez de Badajoz

The Role of the Shepherd in the Pre-Lopean Drama of Diego Sanchez de Badajoz conclusion would seem to disregard the valenciana are not derived from the many parallels pointed out by FuciUa carpe diem temptation but, paraUeling the BandelHan source, are directly atbetween Leonarda and Angela. The existence of these paraUels can tributable to the machinations of the be explained, however, if we trace the god Love; and (2) the paraUels that sources of both comedias one step fur- exist between La viuda valenciana and ther. According to Frank W. Chandler, La dama duende axe not necessarily the above mentioned passage in El evidence of Calderón's borrowings from soldado Pindaro is based on Masuccio's Lope, but can be attributed to their twenty-sixth novellaJ According to T. Gwynfor Griffith, Bandello's twenty- sixth novella. fifth navetta in the fourth part of his novelle, which FucUla presents as the FOOTNOTES source of La viuda valenciana, is also novella.TM It can then be concluded that the similarities between La viuda valenciana and La dama duende are trace- common source, Masuccio's twenty- derived from Masuccio's twenty-sixth ana and its Bandellian Source." Bulletin of the Comediantes, 10 (1958), 3-6. antes, 22 (1970), 29-32. 1 Joseph G. Fucilla, "Lope's Viuda Valenci- 2 Joseph G. Fucilla, "La Dama Duende and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the Comediantes Bulletin of the Comediantes

The Role of the Shepherd in the Pre-Lopean Drama of Diego Sanchez de Badajoz

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

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conclusion would seem to disregard the valenciana are not derived from the many parallels pointed out by FuciUa carpe diem temptation but, paraUeling the BandelHan source, are directly atbetween Leonarda and Angela. The existence of these paraUels can tributable to the machinations of the be explained, however, if we trace the god Love; and (2) the paraUels that sources of both comedias one step fur- exist between La viuda valenciana and ther. According to Frank W. Chandler, La dama duende axe not necessarily the above mentioned passage in El evidence of Calderón's borrowings from soldado Pindaro is based on Masuccio's Lope, but can be attributed to their twenty-sixth novellaJ According to T. Gwynfor Griffith, Bandello's twenty- sixth novella. fifth navetta in the fourth part of his novelle, which FucUla presents as the FOOTNOTES source of La viuda valenciana, is also novella.TM It can then be concluded that the similarities between La viuda valenciana and La dama duende are trace- common source, Masuccio's twenty- derived from Masuccio's twenty-sixth ana and its Bandellian Source." Bulletin of the Comediantes, 10 (1958), 3-6. antes, 22 (1970), 29-32. 1 Joseph G. Fucilla, "Lope's Viuda Valenci- 2 Joseph G. Fucilla, "La Dama Duende and

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