The Spanish Stage in the Time of Lope de Vega

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THE SPANISH STAGE IN THE TIME OF LOPE DE VEGA

BY HUGO ALBERT RENNERT, Ph.D. (Freiburg i. B.)

PROFESSOR IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ROYAL SPANISH ACADEMY, OF THE ROYAL GALICIAN ACADEMY, MEMBER OF THE HISPANIC SOCIETY OF AMERICA

NEW YORK 1909

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter I 3
  • Chapter II 26
  • Chapter III 47
  • Chapter IV 62
  • Chapter V 76
  • Chapter VI 104
  • Chapter VII 137
  • Chapter VIII 159
  • Chapter IX 181
  • Chapter X 206
  • Chapter XI 229
  • Chapter XII 252
  • Chapter XIII 274
  • Chapter XIV 297
  • Chapter XV 322
  • Appendix 343
  • Appendix A - Representations in the Corrales of Madrid, 1579-1602. (from an Article by Sr. Pérez Pastor, in the Bulletin Hispanique (1906).) 345
  • Appendix B 357
  • Appendix C 360
  • Index 381
  • Addenda Et Corrigenda 403
  • List Of Spanish Actors And Actresses 1560-1680 407
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