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Lope portrays Lops 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. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The Performance of Desire: About Lope de Vega. El Laberinto de Creta.
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Instead, she is simply never mentioned again. Another peasant woman, Doriclea, also flirts with Montano, but ends up getting together with Phineus. The fate of Scylla is left out.
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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.
A Game of Thrones Set: You may also like. And the things that are left out continue to be the more fantastic ones, while the new elements are designed for the amusement of a modern audience. 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 medium in the process of its unfolding. Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. Espana – ” El laberinto de Creta.
The narrative arc would be incredibly annoying to anyone who went along expecting to see a serious treatment of a Greek myth; but it relies on the theatregoer being thoroughly familiar with the myth being messed with.
Paperbackpages. By consciously invoking the play as play in this manner, Lope signals the highly theatrical nature of the conflict between love and honor and directly challenges the convention that says dishonor equals loss equals tragedy.
Rent from DeepDyve Recommend. Lope de Vega was born two years before William Shakespeare and wrote over 1, dramatic works before taking Holy Orders at the age of fifty-two. Meanwhile, Minos and Oranteo have both set out to get the two sisters back from Theseus well, Minos has set out, Oranteo has stayed home and issued press releases and at the end all the characters are reunited on a beach in Lesbos and after some sit-com worthy confrontations and revelations sort things out and make nice.
About this product Dd El laberinto de Creta. This has a few places where lines are misattributed, but it is much better than the Kindle version I tried, where whole slabs of the play were formatted so that you couldn’t tell who was saying what.