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Indios en escena
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Indios en escena engages both the Baroque and Colonial fields of Hispanism in order to reevaluate fourteen major plays of Spanish Golden Age literature from a social-historical perspective. Castillo argues that these plays portray Amerindians not in their “otherness” but as subjects of empire.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. pp. vii-viii
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  1. Agradecimientos
  2. pp. ix-11
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  1. Introducci
  2. pp. 1-48
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  1. Cap
  2. pp. 49-71
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  1. Cap
  2. pp. 73-155
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  1. Cap
  2. pp. 157-205
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  1. Cap
  2. pp. 207-221
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  1. Cap
  2. pp. 234-257
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  1. Conclusi
  2. pp. 247-253
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  1. Ap
  2. pp. 255-260
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  1. Notas
  2. pp. 261-322
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  1. Obras citadas
  2. pp. 323-347
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  1. pp. 349-365
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  1. Sobre el autor
  2. p. 367
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