Resources and Images
Juan" Encyclopædia Britannica Online. MHC
- DonJuan.org "This site
proposes a voyage with Don Juan through the Europe of the XVIIth century."
Developed by l'Académie de Civilisation et de Cultures Européennes.
Giovanni in literature
A "tribute to that myth... The aim of this page is to gather
most literary texts dealing with Don
Giovanni, whether it be a poem, a novel or a libretto, and in its
Major Interpretations of the Don Juan Legend from the Don
Juan Project at DePaul Humanities Center
Juan and Don Giovanni web resources from Karen Mercedes, contralto
matches for Don Juan in the Internet Movie Database
Giovanni Giacomo" Encyclopædia Britannica Online. MHC
Research Page by Ted Emery at Dickinson College
Memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt Translated by Arthur Machen
Project Gutenberg release of the unabridged Memoirs of Casanova, by
is it played? Dramatic Genre and the Don Juan Theme" by Perry
Gethner, Oklahoma State University from Didaskalia:
Ancient Theater Today [old site]
- Tirso de Molina, El Burlador de Sevilla y convidado de piedra
de Molina El burlador de Sevilla from La Comedia, Golden Age
Spanish Theater, at Wayne State University
Single, Homeless, Circling Satellite: Derek Walcott, 1992 Nobel
Literature Laureate" by Jöran Mjöberg, Professor
of Literature, Lund University, Sweden First published June 26,
- "The Joker of Seville (1974) ... is a re-working of
Tirso de Molina's play El burlador de
Sevilla, and deals with the Don Juan character and its sexual
and moral aspects,
while at the same time taking up folk traditions and folk
music (calypso) from Trinidad."
- Moliere, Dom Juan ou Le Festin de Pierre (1665).
- Lord Byron, George Gordon, Don Juan (1821)
- Jose Zorrilla y Moral, Don Juan Tenorio (1844).
Juan Tenorio A New English Verse Translation
with Parallel Spanish Text by Jose Zorrilla, trans. by Nancy K.
Mayberry and Anthony S. Kline
y Morir en Sevilla (Don Juan Tenorio) Love and Die in Seville,
film 2001 [site unstable]
- Don Juan
Ballet, choreography by Lew Christenen, music by Juaquin Rodrigo
- Selected Images
from the The Bridgeman Art Library MHC
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