|Title:||Cairasco Bartolomé of Figueroa and auto sacramental the comedy of the soul||Authors:||Gutiérrez Gutiérrez, José Ismael||UNESCO Clasification:||57 Lingüística||Issue Date:||2004||Publisher:||0034-849X||Journal:||Revista de Literatura||Abstract:||In spite of its title, Comedia del Alma, by Bartolomé Cairasco de Figueroa, is an allegorical religious play. This literary work not only is an inusual testimony of this gender in Cañarían Islands; it's also one of the best allegorical religious plays of the Spanish Renaissance. Comedia del Alma alternates between humor and seriousness, abstract ideas and humanization, learned and popular style, verse and prose. However, its principal characteristic concerns the allusions which the characters make to the reality close to the audience and the fierce attack launder on the Canarian society.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/47700||ISSN:||0034-849X||Source:||Revista de Literatura[ISSN 0034-849X],v. 66, p. 87-98|
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