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EDITOR'S NOTE We are happy to present a group of essays covering a wide variety of topics and texts. One may observe that a good proportion of the articles in this number of the Bulletin of the Comediantes deal with plays by women dramatists and with the representation ofwomen in early modern Spanish drama. This is a testament to those who in recent years have rediscovered and studied these plays and playwrights, and who have helped to make the works more accessible to scholars and students ofthe Comedia. We take this opportunity to mourn the passing ofan illustrious Golden Age scholar and member of the editorial advisory board for many years, Professor Willard F. King of Bryn Mawr College. Our colleague Cynthia Leone Halpern, a friend and former student of Professor King, has written a tribute to her mentor. We also remember fondly Professor Ann E. Wiltrout of Mississippi State University, a fine Comedia scholar and a frequent contributor to this journal. Their loss will be felt, but "las obras quedan. ..." Special thanks to Robert Lauer, Darci Strother, and Susan Fisher for their reports on international theater festivals, and to Robert Lauer again for setting up a website for the journal. As always, we acknowledge the work of our board members and contributors, and we invite scholars to submit their work on all aspects of early modern Spanish and colonial Latin American drama to the Bulletin ofthe Comediantes. E.H.F. ...


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