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  • Author:
    Mirzam C. Pérez
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    Baylor University Press (September 24, 2012)
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    168 pages
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By emphasizing the human mind rather than human institutions as the primary site of the period's political struggles, this study reframes critical understandings of seventeenth-century English politics and the texts that helped define them. Автор: Kettering Sharon Название: Judicial Politics and Urban Revolt in Seventeenth-Century France: The Parlement of AIX, 1629-1659 ISBN: 0691609349 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780691609348 Издательство: Wiley Рейтинг

In The Comedia of Virginity, Mirzam Perez underscores how the character of the Virgin Mary was represented on the theater stage.

In The Comedia of Virginity, Mirzam Perez underscores how the character of the Virgin Mary was represented on the theater stage. In their own ways, these secular comedias reproduced an uncommonly empowering feminine vision while making light of the Virgin's purity.

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The Comedia of Virginity provides a sound, albeit brief, introduction and is divided into five concise chapters, followed .

The Comedia of Virginity provides a sound, albeit brief, introduction and is divided into five concise chapters, followed by a conclusion, extensive notes, and a comprehensive bibliography.

The Comedia of Virginity: Mary and the Politics of Seventeenth-Century Spanish Theater. In The Comedia of Virginity, Mirzam Perez underscores how the character of the Virgin Mary was represented on the theater stage

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The staging of politics and the mother of God in Hapsburg Spain. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Pérez, Mirzam. Other Authors: Pérez, Mirzam C. Format: eBook. Published: US-TX : Baylor University Press, 2012. Waco: Baylor University Press, 2012. Integración de herramientas digitales en la enseñanza de la literatura española Silvia Arroyo and Karina Zelaya (ed. CMLL Symposium Mississippi State University 2016. Volume of Selected Proceedings. Benalmádena, Málaga, España, 2018. Fomentando la identidad institucional dominicana en tres relaciones de fiestas para la beatificación de Santa Rosa de Lima.

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drama;politics;satirical comedy;medical health;social workers. Do you want to read the rest of this chapter? Request full-text. Citations (0). References (13). Eight Plays from Off-Off Broadway. January 2013 · Renaissance Quarterly. Christopher D. Gascón.

Few characters were as ubiquitous in the collective consciousness of early modern Spain as the Virgin Mary. By the 1600s, the cult of the Immaculate Conception had become so popularized that the Hapsburg monarchy issued a decree in defense of the Virgin's purity. In a climate of political disharmony, however, this revered icon―often pictured as the passive, chaste, and pious mother of God―would become an archetype of paradox within the Spanish imagination.In The Comedia of Virginity, Mirzam Pérez underscores how the character of the Virgin Mary was represented on the theater stage. Following a concise account of the historical, academic, and political forces operating within Hapsburg Spain, Pérez dissects three comedias―three-act productions featuring both drama and comedy―and draws out their multivalent interpretations of Mary. In their own ways, these secular comedias reproduced an uncommonly empowering feminine vision while making light of the Virgin's purity. The Mary of the stage was an active, sinuous, even sensual force whom playwrights would ultimately use to support a fracturing monarchy.