The best work of the major Renaissance and modern Spanish dramatists is acknowledged as worthy of taking its place among the great theatrical creations of the world. Some of the articles in this volume of essays study the global importance of these dramatists in the skill of their dramatic craftsmanship; others locate it in their engagement, both critical and creative, with the most influential thought of their age. This book will have a special place in any account of the history and technical achievement of the Spanish theatre. Contributors: KENNETH ADAMS, D.W. CRUICKSHANK, DEREK GAGEN, MARTHA HALSEY, MICHAELA HEIGL, ROBERT LIMA, JOHN LYON, ANN L. MACKENZIE, MELVEENA MCKENDRICK, ALAN K.G. PATERSON, N.G. ROUND, JAMES WHISTON
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