De Tirso a Zorrilla: Don Juan romántico, fruto de dos siglos de viajes del burlador de Sevilla por las literaturas europeas
AbstractDon Juan Tenorio, trickster of Seville, an important contribution of Spanish culture to the European, is, according to Maeztu, a character whose essence remains unattainable for foreigners. Nevertheless, when conquering scenes from his homeland, he seized those of other countries. When travelling for over two centuries across the baroque, romantic and enlightened Europe, he suffered from a remarkable metamorphosis and just over 200 years after his birth he was saved thanks to love and holly mercy, in Don Juan Tenorio by José Zorrilla. However, Ortega y Gasset insists that Zorrilla did not intent to give a new interpretation of the Don Juan topic but to return to the more traditional image of the legend. It appears fascinating to discover what this return to the baroque origin of the myth consists of, while noticeable changes in the model of the Don Juan character will be commented, from 1630, date of publication of The trickster of Seville, until 1844, The year in which Don Juan Tenorio is released.
|Journal series||Anagnórisis. Revista de investigación teatral, ISSN 2013-6986, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1.6|
|Keywords in English||Don Juan myth. The trickster of Seville. Don Juan Tenorio. Tirso de Molina. José Zorrilla|
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