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Burlesque Comedy of the Spanish Golden Age: Parody, Nonsense, and Carnival

This paper offers an approach to the main features and conventions of the burlesque comedy of the Spanish Golden Age, a corpus formed by about fifty parodic plays that were performed during Carnival and on St. John’s Day as part of the court festivals celebrated in the Royal Palace or in the Buen Re... Full description

PPN (Katalog-ID): dialnetart_6258708
Main Author: Mata Induráin, Carlos
Format: Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects: Theater
Burlesque Comedy
Golden Age
Parody
Nonsense
Carnival
Humour
Laugher
Teatro
comedia burlesca
Siglo de Oro
parodia
disparate
Carnaval
comicidad
risa
In: Hipogrifo: Revista de Literatura y Cultura del Siglo de Oro Vol. 1 (2018)
ISSN: 2328-1308
Links: Weiterer Link

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