Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella's Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal by Cocozzella, Peter (review)

Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella's Tragèdia de... However, this edition is exemplary, and it is a great delight to have a frank [pun intended] edition of such a unique work added to our Renaissance literary corpus. Eric Woodfin Naylor Sewanee: The University of the South Cocozzella, Peter. Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2012. xvii + 251 pp. 5 plates. ISBN 978-07-73-42625-2 With his Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal, Peter Cocozzella offers English-speaking non-specialists access to a dramatic monologue written in Catalán from fifteenth-century Valencia. Cocozzella, in his treatment of Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa (1458), aims to demonstrate that it possesses theatrical qualities which could have found an outlet in latemedieval performance. Moreover, he proposes that Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia, a dramatic monologue that could have been simultaneously acted in pantomime, was informed by Isidoro de Sevilla’s definition of tragedy, rather than Aristotle’s. This reading of Roís de Corella’s tragedy enables Cocozzella to introduce a gender studies approach. With recourse to Stephen Greenblatt’s Renaissance SelfFashioning, Cocozzella provides http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png La corónica: A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures, and Cultures La corónica: Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures & Culture

Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella's Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal by Cocozzella, Peter (review)

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However, this edition is exemplary, and it is a great delight to have a frank [pun intended] edition of such a unique work added to our Renaissance literary corpus. Eric Woodfin Naylor Sewanee: The University of the South Cocozzella, Peter. Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2012. xvii + 251 pp. 5 plates. ISBN 978-07-73-42625-2 With his Text, Translation, and Critical Interpretation of Joan de Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa, a Fifteenth-Century Spanish Tragedy of Gender Reversal, Peter Cocozzella offers English-speaking non-specialists access to a dramatic monologue written in Catalán from fifteenth-century Valencia. Cocozzella, in his treatment of Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia de Caldesa (1458), aims to demonstrate that it possesses theatrical qualities which could have found an outlet in latemedieval performance. Moreover, he proposes that Roís de Corella’s Tragèdia, a dramatic monologue that could have been simultaneously acted in pantomime, was informed by Isidoro de Sevilla’s definition of tragedy, rather than Aristotle’s. This reading of Roís de Corella’s tragedy enables Cocozzella to introduce a gender studies approach. With recourse to Stephen Greenblatt’s Renaissance SelfFashioning, Cocozzella provides

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