Volume 42, Number 1, Summer 1990

Table of Contents

The Burlador and the Burlados: A Sinister Connection

pp. 5-22
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Classical Spanish Drama on the Contemporary French Stage

pp. 23-33
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Desire and the Supplement in La estatua de Prometeo

pp. 35-52
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By Love Dispossessed: Comic Pharmacology in Calderón's Antes que todo es mi dama

pp. 53-91
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Un breve olor de corte para La noche de San Juan, de Lope

pp. 93-117
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Milking the Machine: The Aesthetics of Formula in Calderón

pp. 119-127
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Metatheater and World View in Lope's El divino africano

pp. 129-142
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Tener voz y dar voces en una audiencia: Dos discursos procesales en Fuenteovejuna

pp. 143-154
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The Queens' Encounter. The Mary Stuart Anachronism in Dramas by Diamante, Boursault. Schiller and Donizetti (review)

pp. 155-157
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Renaissance Drama in England and Spain: Topical Allusion and History (review)

pp. 157-159
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The Legend of Bernardo del Carpio From Chronicle to Drama (review)

pp. 160-161
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Gil Vicente and the Development of the Comedia (review)

pp. 161-163
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Plays and Playhouses in Imperial Decadence (review)

pp. 163-165
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El Mentidero de Comediantes

p. 167
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