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  • Subjektkonstitution in der Lyrik Simon Dachsby David Heyde

    De Gruyter 2010; US$ 154.00

    the East Prussian poet Simon Dach is considered to be the master of Baroque social poetry. However, the narrative subject in his occasional poems cannot always be interpreted as the conventional "I" role. Rather, it is the bearer of different discourses which come into conflict with each other in times of a personal crisis of the poet. The... more...

  • Unmade Roadsby Alan Franks

    Muswell Press 2010; US$ 6.99

    A collection of moving, witty and passionate poems about love, loss and landscape, about men and women struggling to find meaning in a land reeling from urbanisation. Here too are beautifully crafted homages to Donne, Arnold, Clare, Betjeman and many more. more...

  • Pícaro and Cortesanoby Felipe E. Ruan

    Bucknell University Press 2011; US$ 69.99

    Pícaro and Cortesano have been traditionally viewed as antithetical figures representing a strict spatial metaphor between center and periphery. This book challenges that view by positing a relationship between these two significant figures and their respective books, picaresque narrative and courtesy manual. The handbook of conduct tacitly engages... more...

  • Three Major Playsby Lope de Vega; Gwynne Edwards

    OUP Oxford 1999; US$ 9.99

    Lope de Vega (1562-1635), the architect of the drama of the Spanish Golden Age, created plots and characters notable for their energy, inventiveness and dramatic power, and which, in contrast to French classical drama, combine the serious and the comic in their desire to imitate life. This unique edition combines Lope's best-known play Fuente Ovejuna,... more...

  • Spanish Poetry of the Grupo Poético de 1927by Geoffrey Connell; R. B. Tate; G. W. Ribbans; E. Rivers

    Elsevier Science 2014; US$ 72.95

    Spanish Poetry of the Grupo Poético de 1927 is an anthology of poems by members of Grupo Poético de 1927, an association of poets who sought to detach poetry from non-poetic elements such as narrative, anecdote, political or social preoccupations, or didacticism. Seven poets are represented: Pedro Salinas, Jorge Guillén, Gerardo Diego, Federico García... more...

  • Women's Actsby Teresa Scott Soufas

    The University Press of Kentucky 2015; US$ 30.00

    Seventeenth-century Spain witnessed a rich flowering of dramatic activity that paralleled the Renaissance stage in other European countries. Yet this Golden Age traditionally has been represented in print almost entirely by male playwrights. With Women's Acts , Teresa Scott Soufas makes available eight plays by five long-neglected women dramatists:... more...

  • Averígüelo Vargasby Tirso de Molina

    Linkgua 2010; US$ 4.76

    Tirso de Molina (Madrid, 1583-Almazán, Soria, 1648). España. Se dice que era hijo bastardo del duque de Osuna, pero otros lo niegan. Se sabe poco de su vida hasta su ingreso como novicio en la Orden mercedaria, en 1600, y su profesión al año siguiente en Guadalajara. Parece que había escrito comedias y por entonces viajó por Galicia y Portugal. En... more...

  • Baile de la zalamandrana hermanaby Agustín Moreto y Cabaña

    Linkgua 2010; US$ 2.85

    Agustín Moreto y Cabaña. (Madrid, 1618-Toledo, 1669). España. Sus padres eran italianos. Fue capellán del arzobispo de Toledo y tuvo una vida tranquila. Alcanzó una notable popularidad en los siglos XVII y XVIII. Escribió comedias de carácter religioso, tradición histórica y costumbres. La edición completa de sus obras se publicó en tres partes en... more...

  • De los cantaresby Félix Lope de Vega y Carpio

    Linkgua 2010; US$ 2.85

    De los cantares es una alegoría mística inspirada en los Evangelios.   Biographische Informationen Félix Lope de Vega (Madrid, 1562-1637). España. El que fuera llamado "Fénix de los ingenios españoles", Félix Lope de Vega Carpio, nació en Madrid a finales de 1562. Su padre, el artesano bordador Félix de Vega, y su madre, Francisca... more...

  • El desdichado en fingirby Juan Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza

    Linkgua 2010; US$ 4.76

    Juan Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza (1581-1639). México. Nació en México y vivió gran parte de su vida en España. Era hijo de Pedro Ruiz de Alarcón y Leonor de Mendoza, ambos con antepasados de la nobleza. Estudió abogacía en la Real y Pontificia Universidad de la Ciudad de México y a comienzos del siglo xvii viajó a España donde obtuvo el título de bachiller... more...