THEATER

AUTHOR NAME (S) TITLE ISBN
Alain Saint-Saëns
(Universidad del Norte, Paraguay)
Soledad. Teatro. 978-1-937030-75-9
Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Edited by Kathleen Costales
(University of Dayton, USA)
No hay cosa como callar. 978-1-937030-67-4
Alain Saint-Saëns
(Universidad del Norte, Paraguay)
Romeo y Julieta en el Marzo Paraguayo. 978-1-937030-72-8
Jennifer Cooley
(University of Northern Iowa, USA).
  Courtiers, Courtesans, Pícaros, and Prostitutes:  The Art and Artifice of Selling One's Self in Golden Age Spain. 978-1-889431-77-X
Ruth Sánchez-Imizcoz
(The University of the South, USA)
El teatro menor en la España del siglo XVII. 978-1-889431-22-2
María-José Delgado (Capital University, USA) and Alain Saint-Saëns (New Orleans, USA) (Eds.) Lesbianism and Homosexuality  in Early Modern Spain.   Literature and Theater in Context. 978-1-889431-53-2
Rachid Boudjedra (Algeria)
Translated by Véronique Machelidon (Meredith College, USA)
Underground, Unknown, Unseen. 978-1-931948-82-8
 Sharon Voros (Naval Academy, USA) and Ricardo Saez
 (Université de Rennes, France)
 

Aquel Breve Sueño.  Dreams on Early Modern Stage. 
 
978-1-889431-51-6

Anthony J. Grubbs
 (Michigan State University, USA)
 
         The Playwright's Perspective. Innovative
Dramaturgy and its Poetics in Early Modern Spain
.
978-1-931948-95-1
Matt C. Waldroop José Caldaso's LUGUBRIOUS NIGHTS and the Agony of Romantic Grief. 978-1-889431- 41-0
Alain Saint-Saëns
(New Orleans, USA)
        Ordeal at the Superdome. Escaping Katrina's Wrath. 978-1-889431-87-7
Michaela J. Heigl
(University of Dublin, Ireland)
Theorising Gender, Sexuality and the Body in Calderonian Theatre. 978-1-889431-84-2
Monica Leoni
(University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)
Outside, Inside, Aside.  Dialoguing with the Gracioso in Spanish Golden Age Theatre. 978-1-889431-76-1
Robert S. Stone
(Naval Academy, USA)
Picaresque Continuities.  Transformations of Genre from the Golden Age to the Goethezeit.  978-1-889431-40-0
Jane W. Albrecht
(Wake Forest University, USA)
The Playgoing Public of Madrid in the Time of Tirso de Molina. 978-1-889431-80-X
Patricia Bentivegna Parody in the Género chico. 978-1-889431-68-0
Pamela Gay-White
(Alabama State University, USA)
Béjart and Modernism.  Case Studies
in the Archetype of Dance.
978-1-931948-23-2
Véronique Desnain
(University of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom)
)
Hidden Tragedies: 
The Social Construction of Gender in Racine.
978-1-889431-95-8
Juan Ruiz de Alarcón
Translation/Edition: Dakin Matthews
The Walls Have Ears. 978-1-889431-36-2
Juan Ruiz de Alarcón
Translation/Edition: Dakin Matthews
The Truth Can't Be Trusted. 978-1-889431-37-0
Deborah Dougherty
(Alma College, USA)
Heroes:  Death Denied in Selected Dramas
 of the Golden Age. 
978-1-889431-43-5
Edward H. Friedman
(Vanderbilt University, USA),
H.J. Manzari and Donald D. Miller (University of Virginia, USA)
A A Society on Stage.  
Essays on Spanish Golden Age Drama. 
978-1-889431-19-2
Valerie Hegstrom (Brigham Young University, USA)  and
Amy R. Williamsen (University of Arizona, USA)
Engendering the Early Modern Stage. 
Women Playwrights in the Spanish Empire.
 
978-1-889431-47-8
María E. Castro de Moux (Naval Academy, USA) La casa de los linajes.   Oficios y gentes marginados
 en el entremés barroco espa
ñol.
978-1-889431-08-7
Stacey Schlau (West Chester University, USA) Viva al siglo, muerta al mundo.  Selected Works/Obras escogidas by/de María de San Alberto, 1568-1640. 978-1-889431-23-0

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