This article reconstructs the history of the numerous European theatrical versions of Richardson's Pamela (1740), focusing in particular on Carlo Goldoni's adaptations -- Pamela fanciulla (1750) and Pamela maritata (1760) -- and their reception in England. It analyses the features within the context of the connection between novel and theatrical genres in the 18th- century European literature, and stresses the importance of the contribution of the opera buffa to the representation of the changing relationship between genders and social classes.

Il romanzo in scena: la Pamela tra Richardson e Goldoni / Carlotta Farese. - In: LA QUESTIONE ROMANTICA. - ISSN 1125-0364. - STAMPA. - n.1:(2010), pp. 77-86.

Il romanzo in scena: la Pamela tra Richardson e Goldoni.

FARESE, CARLOTTA
2010

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This article reconstructs the history of the numerous European theatrical versions of Richardson's Pamela (1740), focusing in particular on Carlo Goldoni's adaptations -- Pamela fanciulla (1750) and Pamela maritata (1760) -- and their reception in England. It analyses the features within the context of the connection between novel and theatrical genres in the 18th- century European literature, and stresses the importance of the contribution of the opera buffa to the representation of the changing relationship between genders and social classes.
2010
Il romanzo in scena: la Pamela tra Richardson e Goldoni / Carlotta Farese. - In: LA QUESTIONE ROMANTICA. - ISSN 1125-0364. - STAMPA. - n.1:(2010), pp. 77-86.
Carlotta Farese
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