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The invisible mistress: Aspects of feminism and fantasy in the Golden Age (Biblioteca Siglo de Oro) ePub download

by Frederick Alfred De Armas

  • Author: Frederick Alfred De Armas
  • ISBN: 8439959583
  • ISBN13: 978-8439959588
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Biblioteca Siglo de Oro (1976)
  • Pages: 190
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The invisible mistress: Aspects of feminism and fantasy in the Golden Age (Biblioteca Siglo de Oro) ePub download

This book, written more than 40 years ago, features some of the earliest discussions of proto-feminism in early modern Spain and is considered a pioneering text. Series: Biblioteca Siglo de Oro.

This book, written more than 40 years ago, features some of the earliest discussions of proto-feminism in early modern Spain and is considered a pioneering text. The Invisible Mistress focuses on a rather curious plot that was used by many of the major writers of the period including Lope de Vega.

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Publication date 01 Jan 1976. Publisher Biblioteca Siglo De Oro. Publication City/Country United States.

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The invisible mistress: aspects of feminism and fantasy in the Golden Age. FA De Armas. Caves of fame and wisdom in the Spanish pastoral novel. Studies in Philology 82 (3), 332-358, 1985. Biblioteca Siglo de Oro, 1976. The Prince in the Tower: Perceptions of La vida es sueño. Associated University Presse, 1993. The Soundless Dance of the Passions: Boscán and Calderón's" El pintor de su deshonra". Cervantes and the Virgilian Wheel: The Portrayal of a Literary Career. European Literary Careers.

This book, written more than 40 years ago, features some of the earliest discussions of proto-feminism in early modern Spain and is considered a pioneering text. The Invisible Mistress focuses on a rather curious plot that was used by many of the major writers of the period including Lope de Vega, Calderón de la Barca and Tirso de Molina. It was also utilized by the two best-known women writers of the period: Ana Caro and María de Zayas. In these works a young man is invited to partake of an adventure: He is to follow a stranger in the dark and be led to an unknown site. The youth, having accepted the challenge, soon finds himself in a beatifully decorated room (possibly an enchanted palace) where he listens to "celestial" sounds while an exquisite dinner is brought to him by servants who obey his every with. His is soon taken to visit his lovely jailor. Although moved by her angelic voice and soft touch, he is not allowed to see her: the lady remains in darkness, or is either veiled or masked, thus becoming the Invisible Mistress.
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