Facsimile edition of the manuscript by Lope de Vega in his work: Proof friends, famous comedy.
Beautiful and interesting edition of this comedy of manners, held in 1963 in Madrid by the Institute of Spain to commemorate the fourth centenary of the birth of the great Spanish writer Lope de Vega. Reproduced autograph manuscript remaining in the National Library of Spain, dated Toledo in 1604.
Leatherbound with nerves. 19 x 26 cm format. 168 pages. It includes transcription Text modern typography, and a study by Jose Maria de Cossio. Deluxe Edition on bond paper. Copy in very good condition.
Lope Felix de Vega Carpio was one of the most important poets and playwrights of the Spanish Golden Age, and the extent of his work, one of the most prolific authors of universal literature. The call Phoenix of the mills and (by Miguel de Cervantes) Freak of Nature, renewed the formulas of the Spanish theater at a time when it was becoming a cultural mass phenomenon. Exponent, next to Tirso de Molina and Calderon de la Barca, the Spanish Baroque theater, his works are represented at present and is one of the highest levels reached in Spanish literature and arts. He was also one of the great lyricists of the Spanish language and author of several novels and long narrative prose and verse.
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