New number received from: RILCE: Magazine of Hispanic Philology (vol. 26.2. 2010)

Summary of this issue:

MONOGRAPHIC: Lope's “new art” and the dramatic precepts of the Golden Age: Theory and practice. J. Enrique Duarte, Carlos Mata Indurain, ed.


*The tragic and the comic mixed: of mixtures and mixtures in the theater of the Golden Age. Ignacio Arellano

*Lope and his audiences: strategies for success. Jose Maria Diez Borque

*Mandatory and theatrical practice: The Duchess of Amalfi's Butler, a palace tragedy by Lope de Vega. Teresa Ferrer Valdes

*The comedies of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and the New art by Lope de Vega. Celsa Carmen Garcia Valdes

*The new art of comedy, undecidable text. Miguel Angel Garrido Gallardo

*Lope de Vega, between Antonio Machado and Juan de Mairena, with the New art background. Carlos Mata Indurain

*From Rueda to Vega: the game is between Lopes. Joan Oleza

* Lope's art in the Spanish scene of the XNUMXth century. Cesar Olive

* Lope de Vega: writings on theater. From the poet to the reader. Felipe B. Pedraza Jimenez

*New art, 240-45. Lope against Lope. Javier Rubiera

*Lope de Vega and the transposition of myths: the beautiful aurora. Enrique Rull

*“The use of Spain does not admit the rustic Bucolic of Theocritus”: the Thirteen part comedies and New art. William Seres

*A new art of undoing comedies? Over some self-comments in Lope's theater. Frederic Serralta

*The New art as well as the Hamburg Playwright: the dramaturgical manifestos of Lope and Lessing. Kurt Spang

*Role of painting and mythology in The removal of Florence. Ana Suarez Miramon


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