Abstract This paper explores an Italian adaptation of Lope de Vega’s play Los tres diamantes, written in the second part of the seventeenth century. Its author, Carlo Celano, was a famous writer of opere regie, i.e., adaptations of Spanish comedies of situation. The analysis focuses on the way in which the adaptation of the Aristotelian units of space and time leads to a reduction of the characters and a simplification of the situation, although this is compensated by enriching its ludic component. This last trait can be also observed in a previous re-elaboration of Lope’s comedy, the scenario of the Commedia dell’arte titled Il cavaliere dai tre gigli d’oro.

Marcello, E.E. (2017). De Lope a Celano: la adaptación italiana de "Los tres diamantes". ANUARIO LOPE DE VEGA, 23, 57-77 [10.5565/rev/anuariolopedevega.203].

De Lope a Celano: la adaptación italiana de "Los tres diamantes"

MARCELLO, ELENA ELISABETTA
2017-01-01

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Abstract This paper explores an Italian adaptation of Lope de Vega’s play Los tres diamantes, written in the second part of the seventeenth century. Its author, Carlo Celano, was a famous writer of opere regie, i.e., adaptations of Spanish comedies of situation. The analysis focuses on the way in which the adaptation of the Aristotelian units of space and time leads to a reduction of the characters and a simplification of the situation, although this is compensated by enriching its ludic component. This last trait can be also observed in a previous re-elaboration of Lope’s comedy, the scenario of the Commedia dell’arte titled Il cavaliere dai tre gigli d’oro.
Marcello, E.E. (2017). De Lope a Celano: la adaptación italiana de "Los tres diamantes". ANUARIO LOPE DE VEGA, 23, 57-77 [10.5565/rev/anuariolopedevega.203].
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