This volume is a sequel toFour Comedies of Calderón(1980), which was hailed by reviewers as superb, faithful, and actable. The three comedies in the present volume are generally counted among Calderón's masterpieces:Casa con dos puertas mala es de guardar (A House with Two Doors Is Difficult to Guard);No hay burlas con el amor (No Trifling with Love);Mañanas de abril y mayo (Mornings of April and May). For the first time theaters will have the opportunity of staging these three masterpieces of the Golden Age drama of Spain in accurate and charming English versions. The verse used is flexible and musical, preserving the atmosphere and much of the poetic quality of the originals. An introduction deals with the characteristics of the plays and with the problems they pose for the translator. Concise explanatory notes clarify Golden Age dramatic practices.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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