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James R. Chatham (1993) ... Ned J. Davison (1992) ... Thomas J. Walsh (1994) .... These instances of the metaphorical association of Don Juan with the Devil are reinforced by ..... «'The Devil at Heaven's Door': Metaphysical Desire in DonJuan Tenorio».

In an effort to seek reparation for his injurious behavior and to restore social justice and order, the King finally retorts to a solution similar to Jupiter’s: he decrees Don Juan’s marriage and sends him into exile (2. Second-class postage paid at Mississippi State, MS and at additional mailing offices. It not only places him clearly in the midst of mortal affairs, but it also equates him with the mimetic obstacle and model, the mediating figure of the triangular configuration of human desire.

Whereas Cupid arises each morning eager to , to manipulate his victims for his own pleasure, to play the game of domination, conquest, and seduction according to his own rules of trickery, cunning, and deception. The Freudian belief that unconscious forces and sexual drives ultimately determine human behavior is evoked frequently in the interest of the same inclination to attribute human actions, and the responsibility for those actions, to forces beyond our control, be it to gods, to devils, to biological drives, or to psychic impulses. Spanish Drama of the Golden Age: A Method of Analysis and Interpretation».

When Socrates says that «Love [Eros] is surely admitted by all to be a great god», Diotima convinces him to the contrary so that, finally, he denies the divinity of Love ( 205-06). That he is cast as the demonic counterpart of these gods is a transition entirely consistent with the tradition of the New Testament in which «demons» become the expression of unclean forces, persons, or passions suggestive of the Devil. All in all, we see that if the original Don Juan presents an example of violent Satanism, as Américo Castro suggests, he is at the same time a curious transformation of the Roman god of love. After explaining to Duke Octavio that the King found Isabela in the arms of a powerful man, Don Pedro says, The powers attributed here to mythological giants or monsters and to the Devil are similar; any distinction between them is blurred.

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4 Jan 2003 ... like buttons, the staff of Saint Joseph, or a pair of harnessed mules, homely or- igin of the ... oped, as we shall see, in chapter 16 of La Regenta in which Zorrilla's famous play Don Juan Tenorio (1844 ) is performed. As Lilian ......

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    Don Juan Tenorio NEd Zorrilla, J.

    We strongly encourage authors to submit articles written in Spanish and Portuguese. This information will be removed for the review process. If both Eros and Cupid mediate between gods and men and symbolize love as the power that binds and leads to immortality, Cupid also, and more obviously in popular tradition, mediates the love between mortals, the characteristic that will link him in the Christian tradition with love as carnal lust.

    Second-class postage paid at Mississippi State, MS and at additional mailing offices. We may understand Don Juan, then, as the Christianized version of Cupid; he appears on the scene as the modern, diabolic, counterpart of the pagan gods. La Légende de Don Juan: son évolution dans la littérature des origenes au romantisme Deceit, Desire, & the Novel: Self and Other in Literary Structure.

    Tarragona with Tisbea, in distinct contradiction to her proud declaration prior to meeting Don Juan of her soul’s immunity to the venom of « el vil güésped / víbora fué a mi planta en tierno césped The above passages are normally seen as a case of the widely acknowledged connection in the Golden Age between love/sex/sin and the Devil/snake, a popular social code which Tirso skillfully addresses to maximize the exemplary nature of his drama. It not only places him clearly in the midst of mortal affairs, but it also equates him with the mimetic obstacle and model, the mediating figure of the triangular configuration of human desire. Estelle Irizarry, who will be Editor for the 1993 issues, requests that authors who are presently submitting articles follow the guidelines below. The account of Tirso’s contemporary Juan Pérez de Moya suggests, in fact, that Tirso’s Don Juan incarnates the popular concept of Cupid around the time the drama was written -a concept based on the association Cupid/Satan.