Author: Pedro Calderón de la BarcaPublish On: 2011-09-26
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Author: Pedro Calderón de la Barca
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
Don Pedro has it all – high position, wealth, a beautiful family – and enjoys the good life in the heart of the Spanish capital. But now he faces a challenge that would test the patience of a saint. It is time to marry off his daughters. It’s bad enough that his eldest Beatriz is both obsessed by the latest fashions and talks like a university professor, but his youngest Leonor is already enjoying illicit midnight trysts with her lover and is in no mood to accept an arranged marriage. Throw into this explosive mix the extravagant young man about town, Don Alonso, who thinks all women, like all plays, are excellent on the first night and boring on the second, and you have the recipe for an hilarious comedy that reaches out effortlessly across the centuries.
THE PHOENIX OF MADRID: CALDERON'S NO HAY BURLAS CON EL AMOR RE BORN IN BATH When Boswell took up his position as artistic director of the Ustinov Studio in ...
Author: Kathleen Jeffs
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
In this volume, Kathleen Jeffs draws on first-hand experience of the Royal Shakespeare Company's rehearsal room for the 2004-05 Spanish Golden Age season to put forth a collaborative model for translating, rehearsing, and performing Spanish Golden Age drama. Building on the RSC season, the volume offers methodologies for translation and communication that can feed the creative processes of actors and directors, while maintaining an ethos of fidelity with regards to the original texts. It argues that collaboration between academics and theatre practitioners was instrumental in the success of the season and that the work carried out has repercussions for critical debate of Comedia. The volume posits a model for future productions of the Comedia in English, one that recognizes the need for the languages of the scholar and the theatre artist to be made mutually intelligible by the use of collaborative strategies, mediated by a consultant or dramaturg proficient in both tongues. This model applies more generally to theatrical collaborations involving a translator, writer and director, and will be useful for translation and performance processes in any language.
"Wisdom? No. Not this time. It is the most unwise thing that we could do and we must not allow it to happen. You know it would be the end of our world to heed this prophecy," Ava said, her tears turning into anger. "Do not worry, Ava. In time you will see that it is the right thing to do," Sabio said. "I do not wish to disagree with you, but this time I must," Ava said. "Have faith, dear one," Sabio said with a smile. The phoenix that guards the Life Stone on Kitharion is dying. When it dies, the Life Stone must be replaced or the life-giving energy from Medeina cannot be channeled into the planet. But who will be the elf to take on this dangerous mission?
Ibid . , Sociedad y delincuencia en el siglo de oro ( Madrid , 1974 ) . Philip T. Hoffman , Church and Community in the Diocese of Lyon , 1500-1789 ( Yale ...
Author: Henry Kamen
Publisher: Yale University Press
It is commonly assumed that the Counter-Reformation touched Spain only lightly, affecting the religious institutions but not the ordinary Spaniards. Henry Kamen now challenges this view by providing an intimate look at what life was like in one small but distinctive rural Spanish community from the mid-sixteenth to mid-seventeenth centuries. By examining the Catalan village of Mediona as a microcosm of Spanish society, Kamen shows that in fact the Counter Reformation led to powerful changes in the daily lives, beliefs, and customs of the common people of Catalonia and Spain. Kamen portrays the popular culture of Mediona, studying the shifting habits revealed by its administrative reforms during the Counter Reformation; the place of religious belief within the community; the attempts to change popular festivities and celebrations; the far-reaching innovations in marriage and sexuality; the role of the Inquisition and of the Jesuits; the problem of witchcraft, and the impact of books from the expanding presses of France, Italy, and the Netherlands on local language and ideas. Kamen concludes that the Counter Reformation was in some instances liberating rather than repressive in Mediona and the broader Mediterranean society of which it was part. By contemplating popular religion and culture as it was practiced by ordinary citizens, he offers new insights into an epoch normally studied only in the light of great political events, and he presents a wholly original vision of culture and society in Spain's Golden Age.
Author: D. Scott HendricksonPublish On: 2015-05-27
The bird is viewed for its supposed religious significance in much the same wayas the legendary phoenix was traditionally described as a symbol of Christian ...
Author: D. Scott Hendrickson
In Jesuit Polymath of Madrid D. Scott Hendrickson offers an account of the life and literary enterprise of Juan Eusebio Nieremberg (1595-1658), who drew from his formation in the Jesuit Order to engage the cultural currents of seventeenth-century Spain.
Madrid , 1976 . Andrés Martin , M. Reforma espanola ... Madrid , 1971 . Kamen , Henry . The Phoenix and the Flame : Catalonia and the Counter Reformation .
Author: Thomas A. Brady
This work presents the state of our knowledge about the grand themes of European history in this era. It brings together the best scholarship into an array of topical chapters that present our current knowledge and thinking in ways useful to the specialist and accessible for students and the educated non-specialist. The articles are written by a distinguished international group of leading scholars in the field.
LA TERTULIA – LITERARY GROUPS IN MADRID and gossip in the 19th century, ... company – a bronze statue representing the mythological Phoenix and, astride it, ...
Author: Michael Leapman
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Madrid helps you get the most from your visit to this unique European city. You'll find in-depth detail on all the important sights with maps, photos and illustrations. There's suggestions for restaurants and hotels for every budget plus advice on seeing architecture, national parks, churches, fiestas, shopping, nightlife. Information on tours and tips on getting around make exploring the city effortless. The guide comes packed with photographs, illustrations and maps plus reviews and listings for hotels, restaurants and bars for all budgets. Visiting Madrid becomes a lot easier with maps of all major sights, plus walks, scenic routes and thematic tours and sights, markets and festivals listed town by town. DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Madrid - showing you what others only tell you. Now available in PDF format.
They were usually held at Madrid's 19thcentury cafés. ... Unión yel Fenix company – a bronze statue representing the mythological Phoenix and, astride it, ...
Author: DK Travel
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
The ideal travel companion, full of insider advice on what to see and do, plus detailed itineraries and comprehensive maps for exploring this vibrant city. Stroll around Old Madrid, the historic heart of the city, marvel at the great works of art in the Museo del Prado or relax in Real Jardín Botánico: everything you need to know is clearly laid out within colour-coded chapters. Discover the best of Madrid with this indispensable travel guide. Inside DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Madrid: - Over 20 colour maps help you navigate with ease - Simple layout makes it easy to find the information you need - Comprehensive tours and itineraries of Madrid, designed for every interest and budget - Illustrations and floorplans show in detail the Palacio Real, Museo del Prado, Museo Reina Sofía, El Escorial and more - Colour photographs of Madrid's traditional Old Town, palaces, museums, churches, parks and gardens, and more - Detailed chapters, with area maps, cover Old Town, New Town, Port and Speicherstadt, St Pauli, Altona, around the Alster and sights beyond the city centre - Historical and cultural context gives you a richer travel experience: learn about the city's history, architecture, museums and galleries, parks and gardens, media, famous residents and the festivals that take place throughout the year - Essential travel tips: our expert choices of where to stay, eat, shop and sightsee, plus useful phrases, visa and health information DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Madrid is a detailed, easy-to-use guide designed to help you get the most from your visit to Madrid.
They were usually held at Madrid's historic 19th-century cafés. ... Fenix company – a bronze statue representing the mythological Phoenix and, astride it, ...
Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
The DK Eyewitness Madrid Travel Guide will lead you straight to the best attractions Madrid has to offer. The guide includes unique cutaways, floorplans and reconstructions of the city's stunning architecture, plus 3D aerial views of the key districts to explore on foot. You'll find detailed listings of the best hotels, restaurants, bars and shops for all budgets in this fully updated and expanded guide, plus insider tips on everything from where to find the best markets and nightspots to great attractions for children. The uniquely visual DK Eyewitness Travel Guide also includes in-depth coverage of all the unforgettable sights. The DK Eyewitness Madrid Travel Guide shows you what others only tell you. Now available in PDF format.
Saxton reported the amount “at about 400 litres of preserved blood per month, and is rapidly increasing” (“Madrid Blood Transfusion Institute,” 606).
Author: Roderick Stewart
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A biographical account of the life of Norman Bethune, detailing the story of his life including his career as a surgeon, his fight to eradicate tuberculosis, his commitment to establish a medicare system in Canada, and his communist ideologies, through considerable research and interviews with friends, family, former patients and colleagues.
I thought you were in Madrid. Carlos said we'd have a surprise, but I thought he meant Senor Perrella. He didn't say it was you!” “I was in Madrid this ...
Author: Jeremy D. Rowe
Publisher: Grosvenor House Publishing
By the end of the civil war, Barcelona was on its knees, the people starving and the city decimated; and yet in little over fifty years, the city would host one of the greatest Olympic games of the modern era. Inspired by the song by Freddie Mercury and Montserrat Caballe, the final novel of Jeremy Rowe’s Barcelona Trilogy, charts the dramatic rise of the city, phoenix-like, from the ashes of war to become an affluent and successful modern city.
Author: Professor Michael NeumanPublish On: 2012-11-28
Another model of flexibility that Madrid's regional government experimented with contrasted with the laissez faire market-based model advocated by the ...
Author: Professor Michael Neuman
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Political Science
Every 20 years since 1920, Madrid has undergone an urban planning cycle in which a city plan was prepared, adopted by law, and implemented by a new institution. This preparation-adoption-institutionalization sequence, along with the institution's structures and procedures, have persisted – with some exceptions – despite frequent upheavals in society. The planning institution itself played a lead role in maintaining continuity, traumatic history notwithstanding. Why and how was this the case? Madrid's planners, who had mostly trained as architects, invented new images for the city and metro region: images of urban space that were social constructs, the products of planning processes. These images were tools that coordinated planning and urban policy. In a complex, fragmented institutional milieu in which scores of organized interests competed in overlapping policy arenas, images were a cohesive force around which plans, policies, and investments were shaped. Planners in Madrid also used their images to build new institutions. Images began as city or metropolitan designs or as a metaphor capturing a new vision. New political regimes injected their principles and beliefs into the governing institution via images and metaphors. These images went a long way in constituting the new institution, and in helping realize each regime's goals. This empirically-based life cycle theory of institutional evolution suggests that the constitutional image sustaining the institution undergoes a change or is replaced by a new image, leading to a new or reformed institution. A life cycle typology of institutional transformation is formulated with four variables: type of change, stimulus for change, type of constitutional image, and outcome of the transformation. By linking the life cycle hypothesis with cognitive theories of image formation, and then situating their synthesis within a frame of cognition as a means of structuring the institution, this book arrives at a new theory of institutional evolution. The constitutional image represents the institution's ideology and precepts that are replicated over space and time via structures and processes. Changing the constitutional image in the minds of the institution's members yields a change in the institution.
The Phoenix and the Flame: Catalonia and the Counter Reformation. ... Idea imperial de Carlos V. Madrid: Espasa, 1940. Mestre, Antonio.
Author: Harald E. Braun
Category: Social Science
Gathering a group of internationally renowned scholars, this volume presents cutting-edge research on the complex processes of identity formation in the transatlantic world of the Hispanic Baroque. Identities in the Hispanic world are deeply intertwined with sociological concepts such as class and estate, with geography and religion (i.e. the mixing of Spanish Catholics with converted Jews, Muslims, Dutch and German Protestants), and with issues related to the ethnic diversity of the world’s first transatlantic empire and its various miscegenations. Contributors to this volume offer the reader diverse vantage points on the challenging problem of how identities in the Hispanic world may be analyzed and interpreted. A number of contributors relate earlier processes and formations to Neo-Baroque and postmodern conceptualisations of identity. Given the strong interest in identity and identity-formation within contemporary cultural studies, the book will be of interest to a broad group of readers from the fields of law, geography, history, anthropology and literature.
... leading them to the league title in 201213 and then to Real Madrid in 201314 he claimed his third Champions League title with a 41 win over city rivals ...
Author: David Schafers
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Category: Sports & Recreation
The season 2011/12 has to go down as one of the most unpredictable and exciting seasons in not just Chelsea's history but in the history of any team's season. Follow Chelsea's progress through this season that will be forever remembered for the bad and then the good by Chelsea fans. From the promise of the early weeks, the never ending Fernando Torres enigma, the infamous "high line philosophy", the hint of a return to winning ways against Manchester City and Valencia, the exiling of Alex and Anelka, the capitulation in Naples, the change in manager to redemption in F.A Cup and finally the conquering of Bayern Munich in their own Stadium in the Champions League Final. Here inside is interviews and excerpts from Andre Villas Boas, Roberto Di Matteo, John Terry, Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, Petr Cech, Ashley Cole, David Luiz, the opposition managers, the LMA, Premier League Official Statements and many, many more.
A very striking use of the Phoenix is again found in a sonnet ( No. 163 ) written by
Góngora to the Marquis of Ayamonte on the latter's departure for Madrid . In the
closing lines the poet calls Madrid the nest of the Phoenix whose feathers are ...