A propos of Lope de Rueda’s Las aceitunas Carroll B. Johnson University of California, Los Angeles The seventh paso of Lope de Rueda’s El deleitoso. o f Lope de Rueda’s ” Las Aceitunas”. HE unanimously favorable response of the whole student body’ to a. T chapel performance of Lope de Rueda’s paso. Lope de Rueda (lō´pā dā rōōā´ŧħä), ?–, Spanish dramatist. One of these is Paso de las aceitunas [incident of the olives]. His work was published.
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Johnson University of California, Los Angeles The seventh paso of Lope de Rueda’s El deleitoso, as everyone knows, dramatizes a ridiculous quarrel between a lopd husband and wife concerning the price to be pasp for the fruit of an olive tree which has just been planted.
The clash between Toruvio and his shrewish wife occupies the attention of the audience from the very beginning. She attacks in a new direction: The principal altercation grows out of her suggestion that the olives be harvested and sold.
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It is during this indirect confrontation that the full irony of the situation and the couple’s stupidity are brought home to the audience. We are therefore in full possession of all the information necessary to enjoy the quarrel as farce.
At this point a new character, Aloxa, makes his appearance. Aloxa’s function in the play has been described thus by Philip Ward.
He acts for the audience in putting their sane point of view befor the quarrellers. Such a failure to make irony apparent through dialogue, much less the admission of this failure, seems unworthy of the precursor of Lope de Vega and acknowledged master of Cervantes.
As we have seen, Rueda has taken care to preface the quarrel with all the information necessary for our understanding and enjoyment of it as it is being Project MUSE promotes ve creation and dissemination of essential humanities aceitnuas social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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