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Revista signos

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MATA INDURAIN, Carlos. La comedia burlesca del Siglo de Oro: La mayor hazaña de Carlos VI, de Manuel de Pina. Rev. signos [online]. 2001, vol.34, n.49-50, pp.67-87. ISSN 0718-0934.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-09342001004900005.

This paper is about the burlesque comedy of the "Siglo de Oro" (Golden Century) in Spain. This is a sub-genre to wish the critics had given very little consideration till very recently. The paper (Discusses, examines) a corpus of about 50 comedies wich either parody other serious comedies or some topics and dramatic structures of the new comedy. These comedies, wich were performed during carnival and in the royal palace for a courtly audience, make use of the carnival's "mundo al revés" techniques: the inversion of values, the breaking of propierty (decorum) and scenic and verbal comicalness. In the second part of this paper, there is an analysis of the parodical resources of the burlesque comedy based on examples taken from "La mayor hazaña de Carlos VI", a comedy written by the convert Manuel de Pina.

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