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On the one hand, the book details the character of the melodramatic .

On the one hand, the book details the character of the melodramatic "school," including authors like Eugenio Selles, Leopoldo Cano, Jose Feliu y Codina, and Joaquin Dicenta, who take up and advance the form and ideology of the Echegarayan model. On the other hand, Rios-Font explores the varying success of new alternatives posed by playwrights seeking a regeneration of Spanish theater

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The melodramatic paradigm : José Echegaray and the modern Spanish theater .

The melodramatic paradigm : José Echegaray and the modern Spanish theater /. Wadda Rios-Font. Thesis (Ph. -Harvard University, 1991. Further, Strauß develops - following Nietzsche's text on the Birth of Tragedy - concepts of the theater in The Young Man which focus on the theatrical act as a ceremonial one, leaving behind concepts of the theater as outlined by the enlightenment and most prominently promoted by Lessing. Consequently, the protagonist of The Young Man directs Strindberg's Miss Julie and Genet's The Maids.

Wadda C. Ríos-Font (. Johns Hopkins, 1985; P. Harvard, 1991) is Professor and Chair of the Department of Spanish and Latin American Cultures at Barnard College, and affiliated faculty of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Columbia University. Her main academic specialization is Spanish literature and culture from 1800 to the present. Ríos-Font is the author of two books, Rewriting Melodrama: The Hidden Paradigm in Modern Spanish Theater (Bucknell UP, 1997), and The Canon and the Archive: Configuring Literature in Modern Spain (Bucknell UP, 2004).

Drawing from an eclectic array of theoretical sources - from Stanley Fish, Barbara Herrnstein Smith, John Guillory, Pierre Bourdieu, and Itamar Evan-Zohar to Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida - Wadda C. Rios-Font re-reads nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish texts and authors. Rios-Font re-reads nineteenth- and twentieth-century Spanish texts and authors who have tested the boundary between high and low culture, repositioning them within Spanish literary history and criticism. of literature has. changed in more than two centuries of modernity in Spain, as well as the critical, institutional, and cultural negotiations behind this change.

Ríos-Font, Wadda C. Rewriting Melodrama: The Hidden Paradigm in Modern Spanish Theater. Associated University Presses, 1997. An analysis of Echegaray’s use of melodrama and his influence on the dramatists who followed. Bibliography and index. Previous:Critical Essays. Related Study Guides. by José Echegaray yEizaguirre.

Ríos-Font, W. (1997). Echegaray, Galdós y el melodrama. Anales Galdosianos (Anejo), 94–115. Adultery in the novel: Contract and transgression. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

by Wadda C. Rios-Font. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780838753422.

Chronicling the rise and fall of a most powerful form of theater, Rewriting Melodrama rethinks the Spanish canon by heeding this dramatic genre as the missing link between often-studied and long-forgotten nineteenth-century authors. This hook explores in depth the balance between the pervasiveness of melodrama as an ethical and artistic paradigm and the opposition it triggered.
Rewriting Melodrama: The Hidden Paradigm in Modern Spanish Theater download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Wadda C. Rios-Font
ISBN: 0838753426
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Bucknell Univ Pr (May 1, 1997)
Pages: 233 pages