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Don Gil de las calzas verdes

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En esta comedia de enredo doña Juana, haciéndose pasar por don Gil y por doña Elvira, logra el amor de don Martín y el matrimonio de don Juan y doña Inés.
Paperback, 316 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by Castalia Publishing Company (first published 1991)
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Don Gil de las Calzas Verdes by Tirso de Molina
5 out of 10

The very title is pretty obvious about the genre of this play.
And it does not sound very serious, does it
- Don Gil of the Green Socks
To say it in a few words-
- I was not ecstatic about the adaptation
And I am pretty sure the original cannot be much better.
At least from my perspective.
It made me think about the changing perspective of moeurs and standards.
A woman is disguised as man and shows at different times of the day as herself and the
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Diego
Parte del género dramático, teniendo un personaje femenino como protagonista que toma las riendas de su vida, y decide hacer que las cosas sucedan sin esperar que le lleguen a su casa. Me gustó mucho, por eso la clasificación, además me gusta mucho la actitud que tiene la protagonista.

Part of the dramatic gender, it has a female character like main character who takes the own life's reins, and She decides to make things happen without to wait the things arrive her house. I like so much, for that
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