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Lope y la publicación de ocho (o diez) comedias «en otra parte»... ¿un primer proyecto editorial para su teatro? = Lope de Vega and the Publication of Eight (or Ten) Plays “en otra parte”… A First Editorial Project for his Theatre?

Fernández Rodríguez, Daniel

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2019, vol. 6, p. 330-334

The aim of this paper is to study the final lines of El peregrino en su patria (1604), which have not received the attention that they deserve, although they have given rise to different interpretations. As I will attempt to argue by analysing the text and its context, Lope seems to sketch two editorial projects of distinct nature, both of which were frustrated by the theatre business: the...

Université de Neuchâtel

La paciencia en la fortuna: An Unprinted Play by Lope de Vega = La paciencia en la fortuna: una obra inédita de Lope de Vega

Gómez Martos, Francisco

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2019, vol. 6, p. 57-89

La paciencia en la fortuna is an early seventeenth-century Spanish play on royal favoritism whose author remains unknown. This is an entertaining, thoughtful, and well-written play that, aside from being listed in some catalogs of Spanish theater, has so far received no attention from scholars. This article explores the unprinted play, traces its textual history, places it into the wide...

Université de Neuchâtel

Un oscuro soneto de Lope de Vega al escudete de Paravicino: « En vano oprimes con la mano impura »

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Anuario Lope de Vega, 2018, vol. 24, p. 288-302

The sonnet «En vano oprimes con la mano impura», included in Lope de Vega’s Corona trágica (1627), comments the personal emblem that Hortensio Félix Paravicino directed against his detractors, but at the same time shows the preoccupations that characterize Lope’s de senectute period: his harassment at the hands of the hypocrite and envious. In this way, Lope defended...

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Un posible cardo del jardín de Lope de Vega: « ¿Qué humanos ojos quedarán enjutos? » y su contexto polémico = A possible thistle from Lope de Vega’s garden: « ¿Qué humanos ojos quedarán enjutos? » and its polemical context

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Studia Aurea, 2018, vol. 12, p. 155-166

Within the vast oeuvre of Lope de Vega, we focus on his satires ad hominem in order to study a little-known sonnet that tradition attributes to him, «¿Qué humanos ojos quedarán enjutos?», the reply to a Góngora poem by the same title that dates from c. 1611. Examining both sonnets in their polemic context, we study their stylistic peculiarities, that are characteristic of the...

Université de Neuchâtel

Una empresa de Lope de Vega y un soneto de Gómez de Reguera: Nondum erumpit y « Mientras que rompe del oscuro velo »

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Versants, 2018, vol. 65, no. 3, p. 85-95

En 1629, Lope de Vega le envió al erudito vallisoletano Francisco Gómez de Reguera un emblema para el rey Felipe IV: Nondum erumpit. Reguera lo incluyó en sus Empresas de los reyes de Castilla y León, que quedó inédito, acompañándolo de un soneto que revela importantes diferencias en cómo los dos escritores entendían la misión de Felipe IV: frente a un Lope mucho más...

Université de Neuchâtel

El suicidio de Belisa-Dido: variaciones sobre un motivo virgiliano en la obra no dramática de Lope de Vega = Belisa-Dido’s Suicide: Variations on a Vergilian Motif in Lope de Vega’s Non-Dramatic Works

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Revista de Literatura, 2018, vol. 80, no. 159, p. 119-140

This article examines the theme of the abandoned beloved in four texts by Lope de Vega in which the motif combines subtexts of different origin: on the one hand, a conspicuous biographical key, filtered by literature (Belisa’s and Filis’ attempted suicide); on the other, erudite sources (Dido’s suicide). Analyzing these four texts, dating from Lope’s youth and de senectute periods,...

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El lopismo inglés del siglo XVIII: Sir John Talbot Dillon (1739-1805) y William Hayley (1745-1820) = Eighteenth-Century Lope de Vega Studies: Sir John Talbot Dillon (1739-1805) and William Hayley (1745-1820)

Comellas, Mercedes ; Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Edad de Oro, Revista de Filología Hispánica, 2018, vol. 37, p. 247-285

English opinions about Lope de Vega during the last quarter of the eighteenth century are extremely important to understand not only how Lope’s image in this country evolved, but also to appreciate to what extent Lope became a battlefield in the European-wide controversy about rules and good taste. To illustrate this conflict, the present article examines the opinions about Lope that we can...

Université de Neuchâtel

Lope de Vega contra los malos vecinos = Lope de Vega against Bad Neighbors

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: Hipogrifo, 2018, vol. 6, no. 2, p. 689-698

This article examines a formula that appears insistently in Lope’s de senectute works: the satire against bad neighbors. We will first describe the formula and explain how it appears for the first time in an urban comedy (Quien ama no haga fieros), only to reappear around the same years in La Circe (in the short-story «Guzmán el Bravo» and in a satirical sonnet), adopting a...

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Acotaciones en las adaptaciones neerlandesas de las comedias de Lope de Vega

Sánchez Jiménez, Antonio

In: « Entra el editor y dice »: ecdótica y acotaciones teatrales (siglos XVI y XVII), 2018, p. 297-352

This article examines a corpus of plays by Lope de Vega translated to Dutch during the 17th century, analysing how they use stage directions and what this use reveals about the function of the printed texts in which they appear. We will work with a corpus of 19 plays. After an introduction on Dutch theatre books, we will examine different kinds of stage directions, lato and stricto sensu. Lato...

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Métrica y marcas de segmentación en los autos sacramentales autógrafos de Lope = Metrics and Segmentation Marks in Lope de Vega’s Autograph Autos Sacramentales

Crivellari, Daniele

In: Arte Nuevo : Revista de estudios áureos, 2018, vol. 5, p. 165-188

This article inicially presents a detailed analysis of the metric-dramatic structure of the two extant autograph autos sacramentales by Lope de Vega, Obras son amores and Las hazañas del segundo David. Departing from some considerations about the structural organization of these two texts, mainly using Lope’s polimetry as a guiding tool, this article focuses in its second part on...