Oes Aur y Ddrama yn Sbaen Gyfoes

Wedi ei bostio ar 16 Ebrill 2012
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'Golden Age Drama in Contemporary Spain: The Comedia on Page, Stage and Screen' gan Duncan Wheeler

Y mis hwn mae Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru’n cyhoeddi llyfr newydd a goleuol sy’n edrych ar y derbyniad a gafodd dramâu tri o ddramodwyr mawr Oes Aur Sbaen pan gawsant eu perfformio yn Sbaen gyfoes ar ôl y Rhyfel Cartref.

Golden Age Drama in Contemporary Spain gan Duncan Wheeler yw’r monograff cyntaf ar berfformiad a derbyniad dramâu cenedlaethol yr 16eg a’r 17eg ganrif yn Sbaen gyfoes.

Mae’r llyfr yn rhoi cyd-destun hanesyddol-gymdeithasol y perfformiad cyfoes o waith mawr tri dramodydd Baróc y wlad - Calderón de la Barca, Lope de Vega a Tirso de Molina - ac ar yr un pryd mae’n rhoi dadansoddiadau esthetig manwl o addasiadau unigol ar gyfer y llwyfan a’r sgrin.

Dywedodd Maria M. Delgado, Athro Celfyddydau Theatr a Sgrin, Prifysgol Queen Mary, Llundain:

“This accomplished book offers a thorough engagement with the findings, observations and opinions of textual scholars, Golden Age historians, literary critics, theatre critics, practitioners, and programmers to look at the reasons for this.

“An indispensable study for any academic, critic or practitioner interested in the staging of Golden Age works in the modern era.”

Mae Dr Duncan Wheeler yn Gymrawd Ymchwil Leverhulme ym Mhrifysgol Leeds, ble mae hefyd yn aelod o bwyllgor gwaith Canolfan Sinemâu’r Byd.

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(Ebrill 2012) Golden Age Drama in Contemporary Spain: The Comedia on Page, Stage and Screen gan Duncan Wheeler £95 |CC| 9780708324738 | 234x156 mm | 256tud

£19.99 | CM | 9780708324745 - 13 Delwedd Du a Gwyn

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"An important book that reflects the decisive moment Golden Age drama is currently passing through on the contemporary stage"
Eduardo Vasco, Cyfarwyddwr National Classical Theatre Company

“This book offers a highly original and richly illuminating account of the reception of the three major dramatists of the Spanish Golden Age (Lope de Vega, Tirso de Molina, and Calderón de la Barca) in post-Civil War Spain. Duncan Wheeler proves himself a sophisticated cultural historian as well as theatre and film critic, as he rigorously grounds his analysis of modern stage and screen adaptations of Spain’s classical drama in their institutional, ideological and material contexts. This is a major contribution not only to comedia studies but also to our understanding of contemporary Spanish culture in all its complexity.”
Laura Bass, Prifysgol Tulane

Am ragor o wybodaeth ar Wasg Prifysgol Cymru neu i archebu: www.uwp.co.uk  

Am wybodaeth i’r wasg a’r cyfryngau, cysylltwch â Tom Barrett, Swyddog Cyfathrebu, Prifysgol Cymru: t.barrett@cymru.ac.uk 02920 376991




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