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    • Alternate Title:
      The Great Architect of Love: Lope de Vega and the Reform of Comedy.
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      The strenght of love and eroticism is present in the beginning of the classical theatre. Later, the Cristianism and the Neoplatonic ideals stimulated by Leon Hebreo and Marsilio Ficino establish a new period in which Lope writes his theater. Love is the central column in Lope's work. It improves young lovers and they are enriched by it. Lope's theater is built by love, the great architect of this theater. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      La fuerza arrasadora del amor y el erotismo está presente en el teatro desde sus inicios en la escena grecolatina. Más tarde, la cristianización y las doctrinas neoplatónicas impulsadas por León Hebreo y Marsilio Ficino marcan una nueva etapa, en la cual entra de lleno el teatro de Lope de Vega. El amor es una fuerza vertebradora en la obra del Fénix: refina y mejora a los jóvenes enamorados, los enriquece espiritualmente. El teatro lopiano está construido por ese gran arquitecto del ingenio que es el Amor. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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