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Histeresis Creativa: La Injusticia Distributiva En El Origen de La Cultura Espectacular de La Corte Barroca, El Entremes Nuevo y La Estetic (Paperback)

Vicente Perez De Leon

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Paperback. Histeresis creativa traces how courtly spectacles, short and full-length plays, and pica-resque narratives arose under Philip III of Spain, and were then adopted by popular culture. The .Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 288 pages. 0.531. Bookseller Inventory # 9781469627168

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Histeresis creativa traces how courtly spectacles, short and full-length plays, and picaresque narratives arose under Philip III of Spain, and were then adopted by popular culture. The book focuses on some of the most prominent writers of the early, middle, and late Baroque (Miguel de Cervantes, Lope de Vega and Alonso de Castillo Solorzano) but considers their works through the optic of creative hysteresis, i.e., the artistic appropriation of the past to defend the present. The prestige system under Philip III was in need of justifying the imbalance between the increasing material and symbolic power of their patrons, their courtly prestige, and the consent of their subjects. These writers' commitment to the principles of distributive justice and their application to the acts of court oligarchs is reflected in the fundamentals of many of the spectacles and literary works produced during this period.

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Vicente Perez de Leon is a Senior Lecturer and Convenor of Hispanic Studies at the University of Melbourne in Australia.

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