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The following is a proposal of an analysis of the transposition of literature to film of the novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen and the essay A Grief Observed by C. S. Lewis. The first aim in both cases is to delve into the new contributions of the latest film version of [...]

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En la biografía novelada se juntan, aparentemente contradictorios, el aspecto documental y científico de la historia con el subjetivismo y lo imaginativo de la ficción.Las cinco biografías noveladas de María Teresa León son, en el orden: El gran amor de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer [...]

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La figura del portugués en el teatro cómico breve del siglo XVII, y su posterior paso a los villancicos, no ha sido aún estudiada a fondo ni sistematizada, salvo alusiones en estudios de conjunto, junto a otras figuras geográficas y étnicas. En este artículo se procede a un [...]

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The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship, from an intertextual  perspective, between Las travesuras de la niña mala by Mario Vargas Llosa (2006), and the picaresque genre developed in Spain during the 16th and 17th century. In order to achieve this aim, I will take [...]

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Se da noticia de la aparición de la página web "Semanas del jardín: Cervantes-Boccaccio un año en la vida de dos escritores".

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In March 1968, Portuguese censors stopped the broadcast on public television —which was the only television network at the time— of Tirso de Molina’s comedy Las quinas de Portugal. This play stages the most important creation myth for the Portuguese nation: on the eve of the [...]

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«Portuguese matter» is a subject that inspired a large amount of plays of the Spanish Golden Age. This is especially the case in the period of the dual monarchy, in which the outstanding episodes in the history of Portugal and their main protagonists are dealt, in general, from [...]

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Lope de Vega’s late poem «Ayer vi la librería» appears at first sight to be a laudatory description of King Felipe IV’s personal library. Upon close inspection, and within the broader context of book history in Spain, the poem brings to light a quiet ambivalence about book [...]