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Rojas Zorrilla y otros dramaturgos españoles en la biblioteca de un sefardí de Gibraltar del siglo XVIII

AuthorsDíaz-Mas, Paloma
KeywordsRojas Zorilla
siglo XVIII
comedias sueltas
Literatura española
Issue Date2007
CitationRevista de Literatura, LXIX (enero-junio 2007), pp. 125-139.
AbstractThe Manuscript Ms 22090 preserved in the national Library in Madrid is the Cancionero de Abraham Israel, a collection of poems and songs in Spanish, English, and lingua franca collected by a Sephardic Jew of Gibraltar from 1761 to 1770. The manuscript also included under the title " Notta de las comedias que tengo en libros" (' list of the plays I have in books') a small list of 36 titles of the 17th Century Spanish plays, one of whose is Rojas Zorilla's Progne y Filomena. The aim of this articleis to identify the plays cited in that list, paying special attention to the editions along the 18th century, and to analize how Jews of Gibraltar becomes from early times a link between Spanish modern culture and Sephardic Jews settled in Morocco, and contributed to the re-hispanization of Morrocan Sephardic language and culture that reach its highest point in the 20th century.
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