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Bodas de Sangre

Federico Garcia Lorca

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Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.4in.Bodas de Sangre meant the definitive success -both of public and critique- for playwright Federico Garcia Lorca. As a playwright he succeeded at staging the great issues of his poetry, his symbols, images and ideas, while creating a dramatic performance that captivated the audiences of Spain, Europe and the Americas. With this play Lorca achieved his most cherished ambition: to reach the masses, to impassionate with his plays vast and differently cultured audiences of diverse origins, nationalities and customs, without debasing himself to commercial theater commonplaces and vulgarity. Lorca succeeded with a different and suggestive play, deeply rooted in the classic tragedy concept and staged in modern times. A modern tragedy in Garcia Lorcas Andalusia, that in a similar way to Garcia Marquezs Macondo, or Faulkners Yoknapatawpha, becomes a particular space, part myth part poetry, where reality intertwines with artistic creation. In this edition Borja Rodriguez Gutierrez analyzes in depth the tragic dimension of this Garcia Lorca play, where nature, blood, knives, death, the moon, and the overwhelming force of love, drag the main characters down into their unavoidable, tragic, destiny. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781934768402

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Title: Bodas de Sangre

Publisher: Stockcero

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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Bodas de Sangre meant the definitive success -both of public and critique- for playwright Federico Garcia Lorca. As a playwright he succeeded at staging the great issues of his poetry, his symbols, images and ideas, while creating a dramatic performance that captivated the audiences of Spain, Europe and the Americas. With this play Lorca achieved his most cherished ambition: to reach the masses, to impassionate with his plays vast and differently cultured audiences of diverse origins, nationalities and customs, without debasing himself to «commercial theater» commonplaces and vulgarity. Lorca succeeded with a different and suggestive play, deeply rooted in the classic tragedy concept and staged in modern times. A modern tragedy in Garcia Lorca's Andalusia, that in a similar way to Garcia Marquez's Macondo, or Faulkner's Yoknapatawpha, becomes a particular space, part myth part poetry, where reality intertwines with artistic creation. In this edition Borja Rodriguez Gutierrez analyzes in depth the tragic dimension of this Garcia Lorca play, where nature, blood, knives, death, the moon, and the overwhelming force of love, drag the main characters down into their unavoidable, tragic, destiny.

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Federico García Lorca (Fuente Vaqueros,1 Granada, 5 de junio de 1898-camino de Víznar a Alfacar, Granada, 18 de agosto de 1936 fue un poeta, dramaturgo y prosista español, también conocido por su destreza en muchas otras artes. Adscrito a la llamada Generación del 27, fue el poeta de mayor influencia y popularidad de la literatura española del siglo xx. Como dramaturgo se le considera una de las cimas del teatro español del siglo xx, junto con Valle-Inclán y Buero Vallejo. Murió fusilado tras el golpe de Estado que dio origen a la Guerra Civil Española solo un mes después de iniciada esta.

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