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e-Book The birth of a theater: Dramatic convention in the Spanish theater from Juan del Encina to Lope de Vega (Publicaciones del Departamento de Lenguas y ... Romanicas de la Universidad de Princeton) download

e-Book The birth of a theater: Dramatic convention in the Spanish theater from Juan del Encina to Lope de Vega (Publicaciones del Departamento de Lenguas y ... Romanicas de la Universidad de Princeton) download

by Ronald E Surtz

ISBN: 8470393030
ISBN13: 978-8470393037
Language: English
Publisher: Editorial Castalia (1979)
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The Birth Of A Theater book. Romanicas de la Universidad de Princeton).

The Birth Of A Theater book. The Birth Of A Theater: Dramatic Convention In The Spanish Theater From Juan Del Encina To Lope De Vega.

rofessor Ronald Surtz has taught at Princeton since 1973 . His first book, The Birth of a Theater: Dramatic Convention in the Spanish Theater from Juan del Encina to Lope de Vega (Princeton University Press/Castalia, 1979), studies the influence that medieval liturgy and courtly festivities had in the development of early modern Spanish drama.

A honra en España," Cuadernos, 1959. 10. F. Ferguson, The Idea of a Theater, Princeton, 1949. H. Weisinger, Tragedy and the Paradox of the Fortunate Fall, London, 1953

A honra en España," Cuadernos, 1959. 3. Hacia Cervantes, Madrid, 1957, p. 20. 4. R. del Arco y Garay, La sociedad española en las obras dramáticas de Lope de Vega, Madrid, 1942. D. Roaten and F. Sánchez y Escribano, "Wölfflin's Principles in Spanish Drama, New York, 1952. Weisinger, Tragedy and the Paradox of the Fortunate Fall, London, 1953.

Spanish Golden Age theatre refers to theatre in Spain roughly between . The Reconstruction of a Spanish Golden Age Playhouse: El Corral del Principe (1583–1744) (First e. University Press of Florida.

Spanish Golden Age theatre refers to theatre in Spain roughly between 1590 and 1681. Spain emerged as a European power after it was unified by the marriage of Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile in 1469 and then claimed for Christianity at the Siege of Granada in 1492. Born when the theatre was being defined by Lope de Vega, he developed it further, his work being regarded as the culmination of the Spanish Baroque theatre.

Surtz, Ronald E. The Birth of a Theater: Dramatic Convention in the Spanish Theater from Juan del Encina to Lope De Vega

Surtz, Ronald E. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1979. E-mail Citation . Surtz argues that the conventions, allegories, themes, and structures in the humanist and religious dramas of Encina, Fernández, and other early-16th-century drama were modeled on an active medieval theatrical tradition in Castile. This important book discusses entremeses, momos, autos, comedias, coloquios, introitos (comic prologues performed by rustic characters), pageantry, and early commercial theater.

Romanicas de la Universidad de Princeton Author: Ronald E Surtz.

Romanicas de la Universidad de Princeton Author: Ronald E Surtz.

Juan del Encina; atuendo; cosmética; églogas dramáticas amorosas; teatralidad. The scenic resources of disguise and atrezzo will be analyzed to typify their characters and to show their change of disguise (and status) on stage. Redentor de Encina, in the Auto de la Pasión de Lucas Fernández, and in the Auto da Alma de Gil Vicente.

From Juan del Encina to Lope de Vega.

In 1492 the poet entertained his patron with a dramatic piece, the Triunfo de la fama, written to commemorate the fall of Granada. In 1496 he published his Cancionero, a collection of dramatic and lyrical poems  . From Juan del Encina to Lope de Vega.

Pedro Calderon de la Barca.

founder of Spanish drama - First Spanish secular dramas performed - studied with humanist Nebrija - used writing and acting in "eclogues" - turned to purely secular works after traveling to Rome. Bartoleme de Torres Naharro. Pedro Calderon de la Barca. challenger to Lope Felix de Vega - wrote primarily for court theatre - entered priesthood after mistress died - secular plays - deeply religious - "Life is a Dream" - musical plays and autos. By 1568 it was using a rented courtyard in the Called de Sol for performances and soon added 2 others.

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