Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition II, Detroit, Michigan (1691)

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Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition II, Detroit, Michigan (1691), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Pseudo-Vera Tassis – The plays of Calderon, which appeared in the edition of Juan de Vera Tassis y Villarroel (9 vols. Madrid, 1685-1698), collected in a form of sueltas, arranged in Vera Tassis’ order, and published in 9 volumes, with faked title pages and preliminary pages, thus simulating a legitimate Vera Tassis edition

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Edición pirata de la compilación que Vera Tassis hiciera de las obras de Calderón de la Barca (II)


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  • Ashcom, B. B. A descriptive catalogue of the Spanish comedias sueltas in the Wayne State University Library and the private library of Professor B.B. Ashcom (Detroit : Wayne State University Libraries, 1965)

  • Cruickshank, D. W. “Los “hurtos de la prensa” en las obras dramáticas” in Rico Manrique, F. (ed) Imprenta y crítica textual en el siglo de Oro (Valladolid, Universidad de Valladolid, 2000) pp. 129-150

  • Moll, J. “Las nueve partes de Calderón editadas en comedias sueltas (Barcelona, 1763-1767)” Boletín de la Real Academia Española, 51 (1971), pp. 259-304

  • Oppenheimer, Jr, M. "A Spurious Edition of the Segunda Parte of the Vera Tassis Edition of Calderon's Comedias" Hispanic Review Vol. 19, No. 4 (Oct., 1951), pp. 346-352 "

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1677: Pirated edition of Calderón de la Barca's comedias
1691: Pseudo-Vera Tassis: Fake edition

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Year: 1691

Location: Detroit, Michigan

Language: Spanish

Source: Wayne State University Libraries

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Calderón de la Barca, Pedro
Vera Tassis y Villarroel, Juan

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