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15 p, 226.5 KB Encuentros literarios entre el mundo ibérico e Italia en la primera modernidad / Resta, Ilaria (Università degli Studi Roma Tre)
Se propone un diálogo crítico entre dos volúmenes editados por Michela Graziani y Salomé Vuelta García: Traduzioni, riscritture, ibridazioni. Prosa e teatro fra Italia, Spagna e Portogallo, Firenze, Olschki (Biblioteca dell'«Archivum Romanicum» - Serie I, vol. [...]
In this note a critical dialogue between two volumes edited by Michela Graziani and Salomé Vuelta García is proposed: Traduzioni, riscritture, ibridazioni. Prose and theater fra Italia, Spagna e Portogallo, Firenze, Olschki (Library dell 'Archivum Romanicum' - Series I, vol. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/anuariolopedevega.351
Anuario Lope de Vega, Vol. 26 (2020) , p. 617-631 (Notas)  
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14 p, 221.2 KB Una nota sobre "El vellocino de oro", de Lope de Vega : el tema de las navegaciones / Rodríguez Rodríguez, José Javier (Universidad del País Vasco)
Este trabajo trata sobre El vellocino de oro, de Lope de Vega, invención escénica representada en Aranjuez al comienzo del reinado de Felipe IV. Los críticos han explicado la función panegírica de la obra, el vínculo entre el mito de Jasón y las pretensiones genealógicas de los Habsburgo y la ecuación que el diálogo mismo sugiere entre Jasón y el Rey. [...]
This essay deals with the court-play El vellocino de oro, by Lope de Vega, performed at Aranjuez at the beginning of Philip the Fourth's reign. Critics have already explained the panegyrical meaning of the play, the link between Jason's myth and Habsburg genealogical claims, and the equation the very dialogue suggests between Jason and the King. [...]

2020 - 10.5565/rev/anuariolopedevega.337
Anuario Lope de Vega, Vol. 26 (2020) , p. 534-547 (Artículos. Sección miscelánea)  
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13 p, 131.9 KB Authors as Strategic Constructions in the Multimedia Age / Pitasi, Andrea
What does it mean to be an author as the practices associated with connective and/or collective intelligence continue spreading through the world of the mass-media? More specifically, how are authors, and publishers as well, already undergoing important transformations as new information and communication technologies allow the capitalization of knowledge? The diverse philosophical and sociological implications of this question are explored below in contexts ranging from industrialorganizational knowledge work, to the creation and marketing of popular literary fiction. [...]
2005 - 10.5565/rev/athenead/v1n8.234
Athenea digital : revista de pensamiento e investigación social, N. 8 (2005) p. 285-297  

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