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This concluding chapter presents some closing thoughts on the concepts discussed in this book A Companion to Early Modern Hispanic Theater. It provides summaries of all the chapters of the book. The chapters are divided into four parts, namely, origins, themes, places, and intersections. The chapters whose summaries are provided include Celestina as Closet Drama, The Wife-Murder Plays, On Speed and Restlessness: Calderón's Urban Kaleidoscope, and Picaresque Sensibility and the Comedia.

Keywords: Comedia; Hispanic theater studies



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