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The Resource Imperial stagings : empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World, by Chad M. Gasta

Imperial stagings : empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World, by Chad M. Gasta

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Imperial stagings : empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World
Title
Imperial stagings
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empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World
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by Chad M. Gasta
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eng
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Literary form
non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
North Carolina studies in the Romance languages and literatures
Series volume
number 296
Imperial stagings : empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World, by Chad M. Gasta
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Imperial stagings : empire and ideology in transatlantic theater of early modern Spain and the New World, by Chad M. Gasta
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-276) and index
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Introduction: Empire and ideology : aesthetics and design in early modern theater of Spain and the new world -- Agriculture, economics, and revolt in Lope's Fuenteovejuna -- Falling stars : kingship and the law in Ruiz de Alarcón's El dueño de las estrellas -- "A rose by an other name" : politics and dynastic success(ions) in Calderón's loa to La púrpura de la rosa -- Narcissistic imperialism : religion and reconquest in Sor Juana's El divino narcisco -- Emerging patterns : writers and the imperial state
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9781469637785
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