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Performing Sanctity: Lope's Use of Teresian Iconography in Santa Teresa de Jesus

Barbara Mujica. "Performing Sanctity: Lope’s Use of Teresian Iconography in Santa Teresa de Jesus." A Companion to Lope de Vega. Ed. Alexander Samson and Jonathan Thacker. London: Tamesis, 2008: 183-198

Lope de Vega’s hagiographical play Santa Teresa de Jesús offers us the opportunity to observe how the playwright used popular iconography to help shaped the image of St. Teresa.

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