Teatralidad en la Biblia y la Biblia en el teatro. Eslabones olvidados


Abstract
The texts of the Bible treasure a high amount of theatrical potential. Thus, the book of Job constituted the basis of the Theatrum Mundi . Nevertheless, the Jewish and Christian conception of the world and history, despite its tragedies and Passions, is far removed from Greek tragedy. The figure of Job constitutes a contrast to the tragic in King Lear . An exorcistic formula from the Bible appears in Hamlet, Macbeth, and in plays of the Faustian theme –El mágico prodigioso and Marlowe’s and Goethe’s Fausts –, as well as, surprisingly, in Don Quixote and in many other plays where the devil appears on stage. OscarWilde’s Salome finds inspiration in the language of Song of Songs and of apocalyptic prophecies. Rituality and sacredness are common to the Bible and theatre in the quest for representation of the invisible through the visible
Keywords Salomé.   Don Quijote   Rey Lear   King Lear   Don Quixote   libro de Job   tragedia  Teatro   Biblia  Theater   tragedy   Bible   Salome.   book of Job
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DOI 10.5209/rev_ILUR.2013.v18.43049
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