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Juan de la Cueva and the Portuguese succession.
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|Series||Colección Tamesis. Serie A: monografias, 10|
|LC Classifications||PQ6388.C9 Z9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii-xii, 280 p., leaf.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||73159168|
Beltrán de la Cueva y Alfonso de Mercado, 1st Duke of Alburquerque (c. – 1 November ) was a Spanish nobleman who is said to have fathered Joan, the daughter of Henry IV of Castile's wife Joan of alleged daughter, called "la Beltraneja", was deprived of the crown of Castile because of the uncertainty regarding her parentage. English» English ↔ English ↔ search: Arabic Bulgarian Chinese Croatian Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Indonesian Italian Japanese Korean Latvian Lithuanian Malagasy Norwegian Persian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Serbian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swedish Thai Turkish Vietnamese.
John IV (Portuguese: João, pronounced [ʒuˈɐ̃w̃]; 19 March – 6 November ), nicknamed John the Restorer (João o Restaurador), was the King of Portugal whose reign, lasting from until his death, led to the Portuguese " restoration " of independence from Spanish rule. Juan de la Cueva's brief Comedia de Ia muerte del rey don Sancho (performed by ) contradicts historical accounts by portraying this famous king as despicable, and his assassin, Vellido Dolfos, as, for the most part, "a just avenger and liberator who seems to be divinely inspired" (p. 77).
The rise of heroic poetry. The earliest surviving monument of Spanish literature, and one of its most distinctive masterpieces, is the Cantar de mío Cid (“Song of My Cid”; also called Poema de mío Cid), an epic poem of the midth century (the existing manuscript is an imperfect copy of ).It tells of the fall from and restoration to royal favour of a Castilian noble, Rodrigo Díaz. 1. GUTIERRE1 VASQUEZ-DE-LA-CUEVA was born in Tierra de Sayago, Portugal. He married FRANCISCA DE CARVAJAL. She was born in Tierra de Sayago, Portugal. Children of GUTIERRE VASQUEZ-DE-LA-CUEVA and FRANCISCA DE CARVAJAL are: 2. i. GASPAR2 DE CARVAJAL, b. Tierra de Sayago, Portugal; d. , Benavente, Spain. ii. JUAN DE CARVAJAL. iii. Children: Juan de Carvajal, Catarina Nunes, Vázquez Filiación Hipotética, Melchor Vázquez, Isabel Núñez.
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Glenn Twayne Publishers New York. Wikipedia Citation. Juan de la Cueva was a Spanish dramatist, one of the precursors of Lope de Vega. He spent the years from to in Mexico.
Of his fourteen plays, the most famous is the comedy El infamador (the scoundrel) in The Golden Age of Spanish drama extends from the close of the 15th century to the death of Calderón in During that time, the humanists, as dramatists, followed Italy's artistic awakening direction, and imitated Classical drama.
With originality and dreams of greatness, they subverted the nature of tragedy; modified the approach of Comedy and invented the New Play, the Comedia Nueva. 34 Watson, Cueva.
A.I. Watson Juan de la Cueva and the Portuguese Succession. Series A, Monograph 35 Harris, Cernuda. Edited by D. Harris Perfil del Aire con otras obras olvidadas e ineditas, documentos y epistolario by Luis Cernuda. Series B, Text 36 Grant, Festschrift.
Edited N. Glendinning Studies in Modern Spanish. Juan de la Cueva de Garoza (–) was a Spanish dramatist and was born in Seville to an aristocratic family; his younger brother Claudio, with whom he spent some time in Guadalajara, Mexico, went on to become an archdeacon and inquisitor.
He was acquainted with a number of major contemporary intellectual figures, including Fernando de Herrera and Juan de Mal Lara, and took part. HisCrónica general de Españaofwhich revived the heroic genealogy of Spain and its foundational epic tales when Spain was at the height of success in its overseas conquests, was the principal literary source for the historical theatre of the playwright Juan de la Cueva ().¹ Both Ocampo and Cueva interpret history in a way that.
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Based on the 1st ed. of Juan de la Cueva's fourteen extant plays, published in Seville in and currently housed in the Nationalbibliothek of Vienna (B. CP. ID. 63) Subjects Bernardo del Carpio (Legendary character) -- Drama.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Juan De Cueva books online.
01 Jan Paperback.Juan de la Cueva, in full Juan de la Cueva de Garoza, (born c.Sevilla [Spain]—died c.Sevilla), Spanish dramatist and poet, one of the earliest Spanish writers to depart from classical forms and use national historical subjects.
Cueva differed from his contemporaries in having his plays published, thus transmitting to posterity intact examples of early, albeit mediocre, Spanish.