CULTURA TEATRAL PALACIEGA EN CHESKY KRUMLOV Y PRESENCIA ESPAÑOLA.

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      Local theatre culture of Cesky Krumlov (Southern Bohemia) comes from the 2nd half of the 16th Century. Until the present day, there has been a Baroque theatre situated in the castle and it is considered to be a European rarity. The castle library, which has one of the most important book collections of the Czech Republic, contains books belonging to the House of Eggenberg and Schwarzenberg. The works from the library written in Spanish are thematically the same as the ones being read in Spain and in Europe at that time. As for Spanish plays deposited there, the following can be mentioned--an anonymous play, "Thebaida", "Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea" by F. Rojas, tragedies by Cristóbal Virués, eight collections of comedies by Lope de Vega and two plays by Calderón de la Barca. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      La cultura teatral local de Chesky Krumlov (Bohemia del Sur) se origina en la segunda mitad del siglo XVI. El castillo de Chesky Krumlov cuenta con un teatro barroco, una rareza europea. La biblioteca palaciega es uno de los fondos más importantes de la República Checa y está formada por las colecciones de libros de los Eggenberg y los Schwarzenberg. Las obras de la literatura española conservadas en la biblioteca responden temáticamente a lo que se leía en la España y en la Europa de aquella época. De las obras teatrales españolas depositadas allí cabe citar la antónima "Thebaida", la "Tragicomedia de Calisto y Melibea", de F. Rojas, algunas tragedias de Cristóbal de Virués, ocho tomos de las comedias de Lope de Vega y dos obras dramáticas de Calderón de la Barca. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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