Life Is A Dream

Life Is A Dream

A Play

Book - 1970
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Exploring the conflict between free will and predestination, Calderon's most famous play tells of Segismundo, a Polish prince, imprisoned at birth by his father, the King, to thwart the predictions of astrologers. The dual-language edition features an excellent new literal translation on pages facing the original Spanish text. Introduction, Notes.
Publisher: New York : Hill & Wang, 1970.
ISBN: 9780809065561
Branch Call Number: 862 CAL
Characteristics: xxxv, 119 p. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Honig, Edwin


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