Volume 33, Number 1, Spring 1981

Table of Contents

Tirso's Don Juan and the Opposing Self

pp. 3-7
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Viso or Piso in Calderon's La vida es sueño, Line 895

pp. 9-12
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Comedia Manuscripts in Rome

pp. 13-37
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Sobre la autoria y fecha de composicion de la Egloga Interlocutoria

pp. 39-45
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Yet Another Look at Encina and the Egloga Interlocutoria

pp. 47-61
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A Likely Contemporary Source for the «Damned be the First Builder of Boats» Topos

pp. 63-66
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Don Juan's Women in El burlador de Sevilla

pp. 67-71
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Art and Imagination in Calderon's El pintor de su deshonra

pp. 73-80
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Apostilla al supuesto Alcalde de Zalamea de Lope

pp. 81-82
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Hispanic Manuscripts and Printed Books in the Barberini Collection (review)

pp. 83-84
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Konkordanz zu Calderón (review)

pp. 85-86
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The Prison and the Labyrinth: Studies in Calderonian Tragedy (review)

pp. 86-88
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To the Editor

pp. 89-92
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Spanish Drama: Its Place in World Literature: A Review Essay

pp. 93-98
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Minutes of the 1980 Meetings of the Comediantes

pp. 99-100
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El Mentidero de Comediantes

pp. 101-104
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Correction:

p. 104
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