Daniel L. Heiple: : December 22, 1943 – August 10, 1999 in Memoriam

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I. Comedia

Making War, Not Love: : The Contest of Cultural Difference and the Honor Code in Calderón’s Amar Después de la Muerte

pp. 17-33

“¡Qué Bien Sabéis Persuadir!”: : Petrarch, Don Juan, and Ana Caro

pp. 37-51

Homo/Hetero/Social/Sexual: : Gila in Vélez de Guevara’s la Serrana de la Vera

pp. 53-69

Miracles of Performance: : Lope de Vega’s el Caballero del Milagro and Guillén de Castro’s el Narciso en su Opinión

pp. 71-84

‘Language and Silence’: : Performing Friendship and Honor in Calderón’s El Pintor de su Deshonra

pp. 85-102

La Vida es Sueño en las Escenas Posmodernas

pp. 103-119

II. Prose

Prodigal Sons, Prodigious Daughters: : Irony and the Picaresque Tradition

pp. 123-138

Don Quixote: : Kind Reconsidered

pp. 139-148

The Sexual Landscape of Celestina: : Some Observations

pp. 149-166

The Poetry of Metamorphosis and the Prose of Sainthood: : Interpolated Verse Narrative in Tirso de Molina’s Deleitar Aprovechando

pp. 167-178

III. Poetry

Painting Danaë, Diana, Europa and Venus: : Titian and Argensola’s A Nuño de Mendoza

pp. 181-197

Interplay of Syntax and Metrics in Garcilaso’s Sonnets

pp. 199-215

Santillana and the Problem of the Renaissance

pp. 217-235

Alimento y Mujer en un Poema de Antonio Hurtado de Mendoza

pp. 237-250

Reading and Contextualising Quevedo: : The Case of “Flota de Cuantos Rayos y Centellas”

pp. 251-262

Vir Melancholicus/Femina Tristis: : Towards a Poetics of Women’s Loss

pp. 263-293

Bodies of Discovery: : Vesalian Anatomy and Luis Barahona de Soto’s Las Lágrimas de Angélica

pp. 295-308

Contributors

pp. 309-312

Tabula in Memoriam

pp. 313-314