Abstract. In El laberinto de Creta Lope proposes a world in which the equivalency of acting and being calls attention to the basic workings of the dramatic. El laberinto de Creta (Spanish Edition) eBook: Lope de Vega: : Kindle Store. Buy El laberinto de Creta 1 by Lope de Vega (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.
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The play reinscribes the desires found in its Ovidian source Met.
Contact Contact Us Help. The play reinscribes the desires found in its Ovidian source Met. Another peasant woman, Doriclea, also flirts with Montano, but ends up getting together with Phineus.
El Laberinto de Creta
You may also like. To ask other readers questions about El Laberinto de Cretaplease sign up. Homebody by Joanna GainesHardcover 8. The result is the “monstrous” blending of the tragic and the comic—tragicomedy—in which desire disengages honor and love from the rhetoric of presence. The Gods never appear in person, or do anything miraculous after the appearance of the Minotaur, and just like in a modern work of pseudo-historical fiction probably do not actually exist.
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The result is the “monstrous” blending of the tragic and the comic—tragicomedy—in which desire disengages honor and love from the rhetoric of presence. Sally WeiWei added it May 10, Return to Book Page.
The fate of Scylla is left out. Marie Maudite rated it really liked it Dec 18, Lope portrays Teseo as a negative and antiheroic figure whose inability to resist his erotic desires undermines the viability of the honor code and threatens to send the play toward a tragic end.
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It starts in full dramatic Greek tragedy mode, as befits such a tale, with treachery and betrayal and baroque imagery and fountains of offstage blood, but this story of Scylla and Minos is drained of all its fantastic elements, like it would be if it was related by a modern novelist treating this myth as a pseudo-historical novel, and its resolution is left completely up in the air.
Forged from a partnership between a university press and a library, Project MUSE is a trusted part of the academic and scholarly community it serves. There are no vengeful Goddesses descending to wreak havoc on pretty mortals, just Ariadne pretending to be Montano pretending to be a statue of Minerva to select the King and Queen of the May.
Be the first to ask a question about El Laberinto de Creta. The Illustrated Collection Books by J. In this and other crucial junctures of the piece where honor undergoes crisis, performance appears thematized, as in Jupiter’s alleged transformation into the bull that seduces Pasife and Ariadna’s disguise of a man playing a woman. Espana – ” El laberinto de Creta.
El Laberinto de Creta by Lope de Vega
Skip to main content. Dec 31, Chris Fellows rated it it was amazing. Book titles OR Journal titles. Bulletin of the Comediantes.
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