By Pedro Calderón de la Barca
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Edición de Enrique Rull, profesor de Literatura Española en los angeles UNED
El gran teatro del mundo demuestra los angeles pericia del autor en géneros tan diferentes como el car sacramental, los angeles comedia filosófica o el drama de honor. Traducido y representado innumerables veces, en todo tiempo y lugar, este car sacramental ha superado los condicionamientos estéticos de los angeles época en que fue escrito para extender con fuerza un mensaje ya conocido desde los clásicos latinos: l. a. vida no es más que una mera representación en l. a. que nuestro papel está determinado y dura tan poco como ésta, y en los angeles que lo importante es «obrar bien».
Esta edición incluye una introducción que contextualiza los angeles obra, un aparato de notas, una cronología y una bibliografía esencial, así como también varias propuestas de discusión y debate en torno a l. a. lectura. Está al cuidado de Enrique Rull, profesor de literatura española de l. a. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.
«¡Ábrase el centro de los angeles tierra, pues que dentro de ella l. a. escena ha de ser!»
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Anne could not have known this at first, but she was receiving excellent training to be a governess, learning music, drawing, and even Latin along with more general studies in literature, history, and geography. Another key event in their lives was the seemingly inauspicious arrival of a set of toy soldiers purchased by Patrick in 1826. The eldest children, Charlotte and Branwell, apparently soon began transforming the figures into favorite semi-historical characters and inventing plays and tales involving them; the youngest, Emily and Anne, were brought in on the game as well.
Another key event in their lives was the seemingly inauspicious arrival of a set of toy soldiers purchased by Patrick in 1826. The eldest children, Charlotte and Branwell, apparently soon began transforming the figures into favorite semi-historical characters and inventing plays and tales involving them; the youngest, Emily and Anne, were brought in on the game as well. The writings developed over time into a remarkable series of extended prose manuscripts relating to a fictional kingdom called Glasstown, which the children located at the mouth of the Niger in Africa.
At home there was, perhaps, the distraction of what may have been affectionate attentions from her father舗s curate, William Weightman, though there is now no way to know how serious he might have been or how she may have responded. But even if she were attracted to him, Anne was never one to shirk responsibility: By May 1840 she was on her way to the family of Reverend Edmund Robinson at Thorp Green, near York, where she would remain until the summer of 1845. ) At the beginning no happier there than in her first post, over the years Anne seems to have become close to the Robinson children, and she remained in contact with the elder girls even after she left the house.