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International Shipping available. Other Books By Author. House of Desires , first performed on October 4, in Mexico City, was part of a festejo , a festival featuring a play, songs, and interactive performances. The House of Desires festejo is believed to be the only one to have survived in its entirety. Ironically, the bishop preached against the evils of theatre.
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Sor Juana, who had excelled at crafting loas since childhood, wrote a song poem in which Merit, Diligence, Fortune, and Chance compete to see who is the greatest of joys. The first sainete, the Sainete del palacio Sainete of the Palace , was a veiled critique on the artificiality of court life -- prior to becoming a nun, Sor Juana had spent formative years in the viceregal court of Mexico City. In the Sainete of the Palace , the allegorical figures of Love, Respect, Courtesy, and Kindness compete to win the disdain of the palace ladies -- only to be told, in the end, that they do not deserve such a dubious honor.
In a sly wink to the prejudices of New Spanish audiences, who were trained to think anything written in Spain was superior, they complain that it is not funny enough and is not as good as Spanish plays.