The article considers the organization of the genres of the Golden Age theater paying attention to the theory and practice, and highlights the modernity of Lope de Vega’s proposal, in appreciating the public and its tastes as a fundamental part in the artistic creation. It discusses the principles arising from this initial vision (theater for all audiences, imitation of nature, presence of the tragicomic, mixtures of fictional and historical elements…) and proposes a dual aesthetic divided into drama and comedy, which includes a variety of generic prototypes (mythological dramas, historical, about public prowess or private events, religious…; palatine comedies, urban, pastoral, picaresque…). The article comments on each of these models, with examples.
|Titolo:||La arquitectura de géneros en la Comedia Nueva: diversidad y transformaciones|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|