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(Lope Félix de Vega Carpio). Born Nov. 25, 1562, in Madrid; died there Aug. 27, 1635. Spanish dramatist, poet, and prose writer. Born into an artisan family Took holy orders in 1614.

Lope de Vega left an enormous literary legacy: more than 2,000 plays (approximately 500 published, of which approximately 200 are well known by name); more than 20 narrative poems; lyric verses; the pastoral novel Arcadia (1598); the picaresque novel The Pilgrim in His Own Country (1604); the novel in dialogue form La Dorotea (1632), about the noble society of Madrid; and short stories (1624). In a verse treatise The New Art of Writing Comedy in Our Time (1609), Lope de Vega formulated the most important principles of Spanish Renaissance drama.

Lope de Vega’s plays are classical models of Spanish popular drama of the Renaissance and were imitated by the dramatists of different generations. Lope de Vega influenced the later development of the dramatic art of Spain and Western Europe. His plays are produced in the theaters of many countries of the world. In Russia, Lope de Vega’s plays began to appear in translation during the second half of the 19th century.

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(Lope Félix de Vega Carpio). Born Nov. 25, 1562, in Madrid; died there Aug. 27, 1635. Spanish dramatist, poet, and prose writer. Born into an artisan family Took holy orders in 1614.

Lope de Vega left an enormous literary legacy: more than 2,000 plays (approximately 500 published, of which approximately 200 are well known by name); more than 20 narrative poems; lyric verses; the pastoral novel Arcadia (1598); the picaresque novel The Pilgrim in His Own Country (1604); the novel in dialogue form La Dorotea (1632), about the noble society of Madrid; and short stories (1624). In a verse treatise The New Art of Writing Comedy in Our Time (1609), Lope de Vega formulated the most important principles of Spanish Renaissance drama.

Lope de Vega’s plays are classical models of Spanish popular drama of the Renaissance and were imitated by the dramatists of different generations. Lope de Vega influenced the later development of the dramatic art of Spain and Western Europe. His plays are produced in the theaters of many countries of the world. In Russia, Lope de Vega’s plays began to appear in translation during the second half of the 19th century.

Lope de Vega , one of the most prolific Spanish authors, had a long and complete life, most of it spent in Madrid. He wrote approximately 3000 sonnets, 3 novels, 4 novellas, 9 epics, 3 didactic poems, and several hundred comedies. Lope is only second to Cervantes regarding his importance during the Golden Age of Spanish literature, and he's most famous for modernizing the theatre of the 17th century and ridding it from the strict Aristotelian structure . This new theatre genre was called "new comedy" or "Spanish comedy".

The first novel Lope wrote is called "La Arcadia" (1598), and it's a pastoral novel in which he included several poems. One of his other pastoral works, "Los Pastores de Belén" (1612), he writes about the same topics but with a theological streak, and he included some sacred poems. "La Filomena" and "La Circe" contain four short novels in the Italian style, and they were dedicated to Marta de Nevares, his last lover, with whom he lived in Madrid until she died. In "La Dorotea" he writes, in the style of "La Celestina", his frustrating amorous adventures with Elena Osorio, his first love.

In his poems, Lope used all the resources available at the time. He was very attracted to the popular movement, the poems for the masses, but he also appreciated and often cultivated the more refined poetry of writers like Góngora , even though he thought that poems and other literary works should be written so that they could be understood, not to show off the extensive knowledge of the author. In this aspect, he was closer to the Conceptismo movement. Lope wrote mainly two types of poems:

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