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Para entender el cómico artificio : Terencio, Donato-Evancio y la traducción de Pedro Simón Abril, 1577

Author: Javier Rubiera Fernández
Publisher: Vigo : Academia del Hispanismo, 2009.
Series: Publicaciones académicas., Biblioteca de Theatralia ;, 13.
Edition/Format:   Book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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In 1577, the humanist from La Mancha, Pedro Simón Abril published in Zaragoza "Las seis comedias de Terencio escritas en latin y traduzidas en vulgar castellano", an important edition unfairly forgotten today. The main goal of this book is to bring back the interpretative work of Simon April, to rescue its translation of a key text for dramatic theory (De la tragedia y la comedia), to emphasize how it contributes  Read more...
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Named Person: Pedro Simón Abril; Pedro Simón Abril; Pedro Simón Abril; Terence; Aelius Donatus; Pedro Simón Abril; Publio Terencio Africano
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Javier Rubiera Fernández
ISBN: 9788496915602 8496915603
OCLC Number: 439600386
Notes: P.S. Abril (1530-1595), Spanish humanist, translated Terence (ca. 185-159 B.C.), and Aelius Donatus into Spanish.
Description: 114 p. ; 21 cm.
Series Title: Publicaciones académicas., Biblioteca de Theatralia ;, 13.
Responsibility: Javier Rubiera Fernández.

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In 1577, the humanist from La Mancha, Pedro Simón Abril published in Zaragoza "Las seis comedias de Terencio escritas en latin y traduzidas en vulgar castellano", an important edition unfairly forgotten today. The main goal of this book is to bring back the interpretative work of Simon April, to rescue its translation of a key text for dramatic theory (De la tragedia y la comedia), to emphasize how it contributes to the diffusion of thought about the old theater at the end of the XVI century and to draw attention to the relevance that the reception of Terence and of its commentators in the training of generations of Europeans that learned how "to read theater" with a book of Terence in their hands, because among other things the prefatory remarks and commentaries of the grammarian Donatus--discovered in 1433--to five of his works oriented and gave instructions to properly value comedies.

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