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This comedia by Lope de Vega has received few criticism until now. Most of the studies about this play deal with its date: 1613 is commonly accepted as the year of composition. This article tackles this problem and defends the year 1608 by establishing the connection between the comedia [...]

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In a media landscape characterized by fierce competition, accelerated production cycles, and the impact of social media, the expansion of a counter-genre such as digital long-form journalism, is of growing interest. Both legacy outlets and native online platforms have invested resources [...]

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This study examines specific professional patterns among health journalists, and assesses whether these differ from those among generalists in the case of vaccines. 131 articles were analysed from national newspapers in Spain, of which 52% (n=68) were written by specialised health [...]

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global emission inventory of carbon monoxide (CO) emissions with 1° × 1° latitude-longitude resolution was compiled for 1990 on a sectoral basis. The sectoral sources considered include large-scale biomass burning (29%, of which savanna burning, 18%, and deforestation, 11%), fossil [...]

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This article unravels the probable source of Calderón’s Los dos amantes del cielo, a «comedia de santos» that dramatizes the legend of the martyrs Crisanto and Daría. The study of its hagiographic tradition reveals the textual dependence of the dramatic work on the books of [...]

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The lost literature of an author provides data that, in spite of being partial, are important to better understand his preserved work and the complexity of his literary work. This article offers an approach to the losses experienced by Joan Roís de Corella’s literature down the [...]