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12mo - 17.5 x 12 cm; xlviii - 328 pp. Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine and the blind stamped ML 'Runner with torch' (striving to bring the light of good literature to a fast darkening world) on the front board. The plays included here are 1 - "The Gallant, The Bawd, and the Fair Lady" an interlude extravaganza by Juan Ruiz, Archpriest of Hita, 2 - The Mask" rustic interlude by Lope de Rueda, 3 - "Peribanez and the Comendador of Ocana" comedia in three acts by Lope de Vega, 4 - "Pedro, The Artful Dodger" picaresque-gypsy comedia in three acts by Cervantes, 5 - "The Jealous Old Man" interlude by Cervantes, 6 - "The Playboy of Seville" comedia in three acts by Tirso de Molina, 7 - "The Mayor of Zalamea" comedia in three acts by Calderon, 8 - "The Mystery Play of Elche" music drama in two acts. The book shows very minor wear to the externals whilst the DJ is mildly edge worn (more so on the top edge) with some shelf rubbing. A handsome copy.
Title: Eight Spanish Plays of the Golden Age.
Publisher: New York, New York, Modern Library: 1964
Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 11663
Keywords: Spanish; Drama; Plays; Cervantes; Juan Ruiz; Terso de Molina; Elche; Lope De Rueda; Zalamea; Seville; Calderon; Peribanez; Comedia; Comedy; Lope De Vega Theater Theatre Golden Age