Crosscurrents: Transatlantic Perspectives on Early Modern Hispanic Drama

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Mindy Badia, Mindy Badía, Bonnie L. Gasior
Bucknell University Press, 2006 - 175 頁
Taken as a whole, the essays in this volume represent a preliminary step in exploring Hispanic drama of the early modern period, mindful of the fact that theater on both sides of the Atlantic was "stimulated by the abundance and wonder of the Americas, and cannot be understood without the gold, silver, chocolate, pineapple, birds, colors, and flavors of the laboratory of the New World" (Ortega 2002, 9). This volume successfully encompasses and reflects critically relevant, actual issues of memory, identity, ceremony, and power in an ebb-and-flow effect from shore to shore, and demonstrates how both the New and Old Worlds were performed, imagined, codified, and allegorized as they were empirically understood.
 

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The Permeability of Culture Identity and Discourse in Early Modern Hispanic Drama
13
The Cultural Implications of the Aztecs Chocolate from Tirso de Molina to Agustin Moreto and Pedro Lanini y Sagredo
25
Cultural Alterity in Santa Rosa del Perú
40
Transatlantic Performances of Hybridity in Sor Juanas Baroque Festival Los empeños de una casa
64
Picaros Saints and the New World in Cervantess El rufidn dichoso
85
An Inquiry into Redemptive Hegemony and Its Dissolution
104
Colonial Imbalances of Old Cañizares
124
The Transatlantic Trading of Money and Desire in Tirso de Molinas La villana de Vallecas
144
Note on Contributors
163
Index
167
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