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The first world is the abstract, an ideal place of serenity and divine love that leads to inner peace, quietness, and "resplendent glory", according to his letter to John III of Portugal. The second world, which he portrays in his farces, is the physical: a false world, tired, without order or remedy, and lacking in strength.
His satirical works depict the second world, in which human flaws are caricatured with little regard for actual or historical truth. Though critics call attention to these anachronisms and narrative inconsistencies, it's possible that Vicente considered these errors trivial in his portrayals of an already false and imperfect world.
In contrast, his representations of the mythic, symbolic, and religious aspects of Christmas , such as the figure of the Virgin Mother , the infant Jesus , and Christmas eve , demonstrate a harmony and purity which is not present in his social commentary.
Unlike plays which echo Manichaeism by presenting the dichotomy of darkness and light, Vicente's work juxtaposes the two elements in order to illustrate the necessity of both. Christmas eve, one of his common motifs, is symbolic of his philosophical and religious views: the great darkness borders the divine glory of maternity, birth, forgiveness, serenity, and good will.
The darkness is necessary to provide contrast with the light. Like a morality play, it explores the journey of the Soul as it travels to the arms of the Mother Church.
On its way, it is waylaid by the Devil and led to goodness by an Angel. These plays combine morality narratives with criticism of 16th-century Portuguese society by placing stereotypical characters on a dock to await the arrival of one of the ships which will take them to their eternal destination. The characters are of a variety of social statuses; for example, in Auto da Barca do Inferno, those awaiting passage include a nobleman , a madam , a corrupt judge and prosecutor, a dissolute friar, a dishonest shoemaker, a hanged man, and a Jew who would have been considered bound for Hell in Vicente's time.
For this reason, Vicente is sometimes called the "Poet of the Virgin. Comedies and farces[ edit ] Vicente's comedies and farces were likely influenced by indigenous popular entertainment. Contemporaneous Spaniards, like Lucas Fernandez and Torres Naharro, may also have influenced his style.
The staging of these plays maintained the simplicity of morality plays. For example, two simultaneous scenes might utilize a single curtain to divide them. This play, which shows his proficiency with the form, is comparable to a modern bedroom farce. Influence on Portuguese theatre[ edit ] Works of Garcia de Resende. However, a few notable performances had established theatrical precedence in courtly and religious contexts.
During the reign of Sancho I of Portugal — , Bonamis and Acompaniado, the first recorded Portuguese actors, put on a show of arremedillo and were paid by the King with the donation of lands.
In a document dated , Dom Frei Telo, Archbishop of Braga, refers to liturgical dramas which were performed during Catholic festivities.
For example, Rui de Pina refers to one instance in which King John II himself played the part of The Knight of the Swan in a production which included a scene constructed of fabric waves. During the action, a fleet of carracks with a crew of spectacularly dressed actors entered the room accompanied by the sound of minstrels , trumpets , kettledrum , and artillery.
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