L'amore delle tre melarance: maschera, fiaba e gioco da Gozzi a Sanguineti e Besson

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] The love of the three oranges: mask, fairy tale and game from Gozzi to Sanguineti and Besson

Maria Rita Simone

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] On January 21, 1761, the show L’amore delle tre melarance by Carlo Gozzi made its debut at the Teatro San Samuele in Venice. In 1772 the comedy was published by the Colombani publisher with the title Reflective analysis of the tale L’amore delle tre melarance. Representation divided into three acts. The author does not entrust the complete dramatic text to the press, but a canvas, a detailed and commented summary containing the salient points of the development of the action, the most significant dialogues, references to the actors' acting, stage costumes, reactions of the public and the polemical and parodic intent of the comedy itself. Mask, fairy tale and game represent the leitmotif of this analysis, from Gozzi's work to Sanguineti's "disguise" staged by Benno Besson in 2001.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] The love of the three oranges: mask, fairy tale and game from Gozzi to Sanguineti and Besson
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationIl futuro retrospettivo: conservatorismo e innovazione nell'opera di Carlo Gozzi
Pages241-252
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2021
Externally publishedYes
EventCarlo Gozzi 1720/2020. Convegno per il terzo centenario della nascita - Verona
Duration: 30 Nov 20202 Dec 2020

Conference

ConferenceCarlo Gozzi 1720/2020. Convegno per il terzo centenario della nascita
CityVerona
Period30/11/202/12/20

Keywords

  • Carlo Gozzi
  • Edoardo Sanguineti
  • Benno Besson
  • Maschera, fiaba, gioco
  • The Love of Three Oranges
  • travestimento

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