Indios en escena engages both the Baroque and Colonial fields of Hispanism in order to reevaluate fourteen major plays of spa Golden Age literature from a social-historical perspective. Castillo argues that these plays portray Amerindians not in their “otherness” but as subjects of empire.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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