Ocho comedias y ocho entremeses nuevos, nunca representados (Eight plays and eight new interludes, never performed) (Biblioteca Nacional de España) [9]

Miguel de Cervantes

Acción Cultural Española, AC/E

Acción Cultural Española, AC/E
Madrid, Spain

Miguel de Cervantes never again had his plays performed at the courtyard theatres after the playwright Lope de Vega, a “prodigy of nature”, made his triumphal appearance on the scene. But at the end of his life, as Lope had laid down, Cervantes published the plays and entremeses or interludes he had written over the years, some highly unique and witty such as the Gran sultana (trans. The Great Sultana), where he turns to the familiar Arab settings about which he was knowledgeable.

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