Madrid: Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert (Biblioteca áurea hispánica, 135), 2020. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 258p., illus., photos, boards. new. Item #72894
This volume offers a journey through some of the main sacred poems by Lope de Vega. The three initial chapters focus on some questions of great significance in the "Sacred Rhymes" and the "Soliloquies": dialogue with iconography (paintings and engravings), modulation of acuity, the influence of Augustinian models or pragmatics lyrical discourse). The second part addresses a detailed reflection on the sources of the "Isidro" (the traces of the Pseudo-Dionysus and the Apostolic Fathers, the "Theatrum Terrae Sanctae" by Adrichem and the Baldus of Teófilo Folengo).