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Fri Mar 21 17:13:59 2014 UTClccn-n790400860.25Life is a dream0.560.97Comedias del célebre poeta español, don Pedro Calderón de la Barca73850932Pedro_Calderón_de_la_Barcan 79040086273576Barca, Calderón de la.Barca, Calderón de la 1600-1681Barca, P. Calderón de la.Barca, Pedro Calderón de la.Barca Pedro Calderón de la 160-1681Barca, Pedro Caldéron de la 1600-1681Barca, Pedro de la.Barka, Kalderon de la.Barka, Pedro Kalderon de la.Barka, Pedro Kalʹderon de la, 1600-1681Barka, Pedro Kalderons de la, 1600-1681Calderon.Calderón, 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca.Calderón de la Barca 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca, P.Calderón de la Barca, P. 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca, P. (Pedro), 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca, PedroCalderon de la Barca, Pedro., 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca, Peter 1600-1681Calderón de la Barca, PierreCalderón de la Barca Pierre 1600-1681Calderón de la Barka, ... 1600-1681Calderon de la Barka, Pedro 1600-1681Calderón DeLaBarca, Pedro 1600-1681Calderón, P.Calderón, Pedro, 1600-1681De Calderón, Pedro, 1600-1681De la Barca, Calderón.De la Barca, P. Calderón.De la Barca, Pedro.De la Barca, Pedro Calderón.De la Barca, Pedro Calderón, 1600-1681De la Barca, Pero Calderon, 1600-1681De la Barka, Kalderon.De la Barka, Pedro Kalderon.Ingenio de la corte, UnIngenio de la corte Un 1600-1681Kalderon.Kalderon de la Barka.Kalderon de la Barka 1600-1681Kalderon de la Barka, Pedro.Kalʹderon de la Barka, Pedro, 1600-1681Kalderons de la Barka, Pedro, 1600-1681Kaldirun di la Barka 1600-1681Kāldirūn di Lā Bārkā, Bīdrū 1600-1681Kalnteron d̲e la Barka, 1600-1681La Barca, Pedro Calderón deLa Barca, Pedro Calderón de, 1600-1681LaBarca, Pedro C. de 1600-1681LaBarca, Pedro Calderón de 1600-1681Барка, Педро Кальдерон де ла, 1600-1681Калдерон де ла Барка, Педро 1600-1681Кальдерон де ла Барка, Педро, 1600-1681Кальдерон, Педро, 1600-1681ברקה, פדרו קלדרון דה להباركا، بدرو كالدرون دي لا، 1600-1681بدرو كالدرون دي لا باركا، 1600-1681كالدرون دي لا بركا، بيدرو 1600-1681カルデロン・デ・ラ・バルカカルデロン, ペドロlccn-n82145054Arellano, Ignacioothctbedtlccn-n50046649Valbuena Briones, Angelothauiedtlccn-n84017445University of PennsylvaniaLibrarylccn-n80094272Valbuena Prat, Angel1900-auiedtlccn-n79040104Vega, Lope de1562-1635othcrelccn-n50028906Honig, Edwintrtrllccn-n82230817Ruano de la Haza, José M.auiedtlccn-nr90003184MacCarthy, Denis Florence1817-1882trllccn-n80060312Hesse, Everett Wesley1908-edtlccn-n85078810Cruickshank, Don WilliamauiothcomedtCalderón de la Barca, Pedro1600-1681DramaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionBiographyCalderón de la Barca, Pedro,Spanish drama--Classical periodSpainSpanish dramaHumorous playsLiteratureShakespeare, William,Kings and rulers as literary charactersPower (Social sciences) in literatureDramaSpanish drama--Italian influencesBaroque literatureTheaterSpanish literatureTechniqueHonorVida es sueño (Calderón de la Barca, Pedro)Social classesSpain--GranadaMoriscosMan-woman relationshipsTragic, The, in literatureIrony in literatureSpanish poetry--Classical periodIllusion in literatureSpanish languageGermanyFernando,--Infante of Portugal,Gran teatro del mundo (Calderón de la Barca, Pedro)Arts, SpanishArts, BaroqueDama duende (Calderón de la Barca, Pedro)Religious drama, SpanishIronyTragic, TheCyprian,--Saint,Justina,--Saint,ExilesHesse, Everett Wesley,Cruickshank, Don WilliamMédico de su honra (Calderón de la Barca, Pedro)Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,Mágico prodigioso (Calderón de la Barca, Pedro)Roblès, EmmanuelSpanish literature--Classical periodMayorsAutos sacramentalesEnglish dramaFrench 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de la Barca, PedroLa vida es sueñoCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDramaThe central theme of La vida es sueño (Life is a dream) is that of free will versus fate. Written in the middle of the 17th century, this drama is one of the masterworks of the literature+-+37455128932693484ocn367671101book16000.66Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl alcalde de ZalameaFictionDramaPresents the classic Spanish play featuring a peasant mayor seeking justice in the face of the privileges of the military class+-+0287485293324197431ocn604896559book17530.37Calderón de la Barca, PedroLife is a dreamDramaCalderon spins a metaphysical tale about Segisimund, who is imprisoned by his father, the King, because it is prophesied that Segisimund would become a tyrant. One day the King relents and Segisimund awakens from his nightmare to find himself crown prince. His actions prove the prophesy correct, and he is banished once again, where he convinces himself that everything that has happened to him is but a dream. He subsequently escapes and learns to rule wisely+-+97306902263241234152ocn429053251book16370.66Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl médico de su honraHistoryDramaConsidered a drama of honor, the book describes the treatment of Dona Mencia, wife of Don Gutierre, and Don Enrique de Trastámara, brother of Pedro I de Castilla. Although Dona Mencia fails to commit adultery, Don Gutierre warns his affairs and jealous of such dealings and their honor, looking for a surgeon who bleed his wife supposedly sick+-+64384852933241199120ocn005724375book19260.66Calderón de la Barca, PedroAutos sacramentalesCollection of ten religious plays by Calderón. There is a list of contents at the beginning (f. i recto). Numbers 4, 8 and 9 have the note "sub correctione S.R.E." in red at the end1190168ocn436041035book17000.73Calderón de la Barca, PedroLa dama duendeCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama+-+981551289311602ocn049294191file0.25Calderón de la Barca, PedroLife is a dream1028144ocn429904111book16830.76Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl mágico prodigiosoDrama+-+2150512893993141ocn008493695book19310.70Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl gran teatro del mundoCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama+-+947551289398777ocn002399677book16400.70Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl príncipe constanteCriticism, interpretation, etcDrama"Basado en un hecho real, presenta la vida del Infante de Portugal, don Fernando, que Calderón tomó de la crónica de Alfonso V de Portugal. Hecho prisonero por los árabes, éstos piden por su rescate la entrega de Ceuta. El monarca portugués est́á dispuesto a acceder pero don Fernando, el príncipe constante, se opone a obtener la libertad a ese precio."--P. [4] of cover+-+301369499374480ocn355194279book16370.59Calderón de la Barca, PedroA secreto agravio, secreta venganza+-+K84547149371633ocn000345676book19560.63Calderón de la Barca, PedroDramas de honorHistory7159ocn001393996book19090.33Calderón de la Barca, PedroContinental drama : Calderon, Corneille, Racine, Molière, Lessing, Schiller : with introductions notes, and illustrations71544ocn001306490book19300.66Calderón de la Barca, PedroComedias religiosas71267ocn436076662book16820.63Calderón de la Barca, PedroNo hay burlas con el amor70352ocn000744508book19000.63Quevedo, Francisco deObras completasCriticism, interpretation, etcObras completas / P. Calderón de la Barca.-v.366632ocn367607343file17100.37Calderón de la Barca, PedroAmar después de la muerteHistoryDramaUna historia de amor inspirada en un temo morisco y ambientada en las Alpujarras y Granada. El mundo islámico es presentado aquí con respeto y, en cierto modo, con nostalgia. El Tuzaní, que acabó sus días siendo cristiano, es un personaje emblemático de la España de la reconquista. = A history of love inspired in a Moorish theme and set in the Alpujarras and Granada. The Islamic world is presented with respect and in a way, with nostalgia. El Tuzani, who finished his days as a Christian, is a symbolic personage of the Spain of the reconquest+-+992724349362410ocn795565160file17260.35Calderón de la Barca, PedroGuárdate de la agua mansaDrama6143ocn384320330com17170.33Calderón de la Barca, PedroEl nuevo palacio del retiro60915ocn011383961book17600.97Calderón de la Barca, PedroComedias del célebre poeta español, don Pedro Calderón de la Barca12074ocn000538276book19670.37Hesse, Everett WesleyCalderón de la BarcaCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Calderon de la Barca10546ocn774287631file19790.53Hildner, David JonathanReason and the passions in the comedias of CalderónCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+66726727549064ocn812915128file20100.32Howard, AnitaThe king within reformations of power in William Shakespeare and Pedro Calderón de la BarcaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+35806648588902ocn000345689book19650.53Wardropper, Bruce WCritical essays on the theatre of Calderón8823ocn774287634com19900.50Amadei-Pulice, María AliciaCalderón y el barroco exaltación y engaño de los sentidosHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcAmadei-Pulice examines the conflict between Lope's dramatic formula (comedia) and the new polytechnic formula that in the hands of Calderon merged dramatic poetry with visual and auditory effects (comedia de teatro). The author places the Spanish baroque theater within the wider context of a revolution in the theory of representation, signs, and meanings that took place at the beginning of the seventeenth century and marked the appearance of a new dramatic style: the stile rappresentativo. Special attention is given to the techniques and applications of perspectival scenery, stagecraft, optics, and the creation of visual and sound effects contributed by the Florentine melodramma. The highlighting of Italian dramatic theory and practice reveals that Calderon was an innovator and creator of a new concept in theater+-+08254610068483ocn000666812book19730.32Gerstinger, HeinzPedro Calderón de la BarcaBrief analyses of nine of Calderon's plays are accompanied by biographical information and a discussion on the theater during Spain's Golden Age8222ocn000347392book19610.47Calderón de la Barca, PedroFour plays7882ocn635954976file19860.56Hernández-Araico, SusanaIronía y tragedia en Calderón7202ocn002780222book19720.53Honig, EdwinCalderón and the seizures of honor+-+50254592153246541ocn011812154book19850.39Calderón de la Barca, PedroThree comedies+-+31165686353246274ocn003294626book19780.59Maraniss, James EOn CalderónCriticism, interpretation, etc5812ocn006251438book19800.56Calderón de la Barca, PedroFour comedies5413ocn008493157book19820.66McGaha, Michael DApproaches to the theater of CalderónCriticism, interpretation, etc5075ocn010301015book19840.66Cascardi, Anthony JThe limits of illusion : a critical study of CalderónCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K6371767054853ocn000263209book19650.66Valbuena Briones, AngelPerspectiva crítica de los dramas de Calderón4298ocn013364909book19850.76International Symposium on Calderón and the Baroque TraditionCalderón and the Baroque traditionCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings+-+79365743353244192ocn017840833book19880.70Parker, Alexander AThe mind and art of Calderón : essays on the ComediasCriticism, interpretation, etc"Don Pedro Calderón de la Barca 91600-81) was, with Lope de Vega, the greatest exponent of the Spanish Golden Age drama. Professor Parker's essays are the fruits of a highly distinguished career spanning forty-five years. They provide a wide-ranging survey of Calderón's secular, three-act plays (comedias) through detailed analyses of individual works. The themes found in the plays are studied in relation to the background of ideas in seventeenth-century Spain and to the development of Calderón's own view of the intellectual life and the social, ethical, and moral problems of this age. From the tensions of Calderón's early family life and his intellectual struggle with the associated problems, the book passes to the wider tensions in the social and political life of his time, and concludes with a demonstration of how Calderón raises all these human problems onto a wide 'philosophical' level through his use of myths and symbols."--p. 4 of cover+-+09887867053244186ocn000136360book19710.70Parker, Jack HCalderón de la Barca studies, 1951-69 : a critical survey and annotated bibliographyBibliography4142ocn008306408book19820.70Ter Horst, RobertCalderón, the secular playsCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+35996686353244064ocn000294508book19580.73Sloman, Albert EThe dramatic craftsmanship of Calderón: his use of earlier plays+-+9730690226324+-+9730690226324Fri Mar 21 15:41:39 EDT 2014batch306372