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  Volume 53, Number 1, 2001

Table of Contents

Special Number: American Calderón

Guest Editor: Anne J. Cruz, University of Illinois, Chicago

Editors Note

p. 7
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American Calderón: A Prelude

pp. 9-13
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Staging Calderón with the TESO Data Base

pp. 15-39
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Capricho's Clock: Time in Calderón's Comedies

pp. 41-55
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Interpreting Ideas: Court Theatre's Production of Life's a Dream

pp. 57-82
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Segismundo/Philip IV: The Politics of Astrology in La vida es sueño

pp. 83-100
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Dreams of Reason Create Monsters of Culture: La vida es Sueño

pp. 101-127
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El mayor monstruo del mundo and the Subject of Tragedy

pp. 129-154
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Gender, Tyranny, and the Performance of Power in La hija del aire

pp. 155-178
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Calderón Incorporated: Hands and Speech in Las tres justicias en una and El postrer duelo de España

pp. 179-195
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"¡Notable sujeto!" Terms of Dismemberment in EL médico de su honra

pp. 197-216
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Eunuchs and Empty Houses: Coquíns Tragic Joke in El médico de su honra

pp. 217-235
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