1. Editor's Note
  2. Edward H. Friedman
  3. p. 249
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  1. Towards a Positive Image of the Jew in the Comedia
  2. Andrew Herskovits
  3. pp. 251-282
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  1. Lope and Tasso: The Presence of Torquato Tasso in Three of Lope de Vega's Mythological Plays
  2. Timothy Barnett
  3. pp. 283-294
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  1. Girolamo Parabosco: Fuente de Los muertos vivos de Lope
  2. Donald McGrady
  3. pp. 295-303
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  1. El juego didascálico en las obras teatrales de Lope de Vega
  2. Jerelyn Johnson
  3. pp. 305-326
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  1. La palabra vengada, Attributed to Zárate: More Evidence that It Is a Lost Play of Lope de Vega
  2. John B. Wooldridge
  3. pp. 327-363
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  1. Las fuentes literarias de Cómo ha de ser el privado de Don Francisco de Quevedo
  2. Rafael Iglesias
  3. pp. 365-405
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  1. Vigencia y relevancia de Ruiz de Alarcón en los albores del teatro mexicano moderno
  2. Ramón Layera
  3. pp. 407-423
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  1. Un misterio virgiliano en El príncipe constante, de Pedro Calderón de la Barca
  2. Antonio Sánchez Jiménez
  3. pp. 425-439
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  1. Funciones del sueño en un auto de Calderón: Sueños hay que verdad son (1610)
  2. Françoise Gilbert
  3. pp. 441-489
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