Staging Christ's passion in eighteenth-century Nahua Mexico
|Burkhart, Louise M., author
|University Press of Colorado, publisher
|Includes play translated from the Nahuatl.
|Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Staging Christ's Passion in Eighteenth-Century Nahua Mexico explores the Passion plays performed in Nahuatl (Aztec) by Indigenous Mexicans living under Spanish colonial occupation, a unique manifestation of the theatrical performances of Christ's final travails that arose in twelfth-century Europe.--Provided by publisher.
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|University Press of Colorado
|IMS monograph, 17
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|Jesus Christ -- Drama
|Religious drama, Nahuatl
|Nahuatl drama -- History and criticism
|Nahuatl drama -- Translations into English
|Passion-plays -- 18th century
|Staging Christ's passion in eighteenth-century Nahua Mexico