Bodas De Sangre

... as well as suggesting itself as a potentially dangerous implement . There are many such superpositions of prosaic meaning and emotive resonance in Bodas de sangre , but in general they will have to be passed over without comment .

Author: Federico García Lorca

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 071900764X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 156

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Bodas de sangre is arguably the best-known work by the most celebrated of all twentieth-century Spanish writers. A passionate story of family feud and tragic elopement is played out in the setting of a poor country village, building up to a dramatic ending full of the intensely poetic symbolism characteristic of Lorca.
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Garc a Lorca Bodas de Sangre

Cervantes : El casamiento engañoso and El coloquio de los perros 18. Augusta E. Foley . Delicado : La Lozana andaluza 19. ... García Lorca : Bodas de sangre ISBN O 7293 0083 8 PQ 6613 .A763 B65 C.1 Garcia Lorca : Stanford University.

Author: Federico García Lorca

Publisher: Critical Guides to Spanish & L

ISBN: STANFORD:36105039026310

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 93

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The Theatre of Garc a Lorca

22 - sent emissaries to Spain to gather “ authentic ” material for the staging of Bodas de sangre . The placing of Bodas de sangrein the theatrical geography of Manhattan is thus clear – with the Lyceum known for " quality " programming ...

Author: Paul Julian Smith

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521622921

Category: Drama

Page: 210

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A study of the plays of García Lorca, the greatest Spanish dramatist of the twentieth century.
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A New History of Spanish Literature

Lorca's most important dramatic work is a rural trilogy , Bodas de sangre ( 1933 ) , Yerma ( 1934 ) , and La casa de Bernarda Alba ( 1936 ) . Bodas de sangre reflects Lorca's personal tragic ...

Author: Richard E. Chandler

Publisher: LSU Press

ISBN: 0807117358

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 460

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First published in 1961, A New History of Spanish Literature has been a much-used resource for generations of students. The book has now been completely revised and updated to include extensive discussion of Spanish literature of the past thirty years. Richard E. Chandler and Kessel Schwartz, both longtime students of the literature, write authoritatively about every Spanish literary work of consequence. From the earliest extant writings though the literature of the 1980s, they draw on the latest scholarship. Unlike most literary histories, this one treats each genre fully in its own section, thus making it easy for the reader to follow the development of poetry, the drama, the novel, other prose fiction, and nonfiction prose. Students of the first edition have found this method particularly useful. However, this approach does not preclude study of the literature by period. A full index easily enables the reader to find all references to any individual author or book. Another noteworthy feature of the book, and one omitted from many books of this kind, is the comprehensive attention the authors accord nonfiction prose, including, for example, essays, philosophy, literary criticism, politics, and historiography. Encyclopedic in scope yet concise and eminently readable, the revised edition of A New History of Spanish Literature bids fair to be the standard reference well into the next century.
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A Companion to Federico Garc a Lorca

Inverted gender roles and suggestions of an erotic death- and blood - bond between the two men , the Groom and Leonardo , in Bodas de sangre ( Sahuquillo , pp . 277-8 ) ' Morenito el uno / Morenito el otro ' [ One dark and handsome ...

Author: Federico Bonaddio

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN: 1855661411

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 250

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A Companion to Federico García Lorca provides a clear, critical appraisal of the issues and debates surrounding the work of Spain's most celebrated poet and dramatist. It considers past and current approaches to the study of Lorca, and also suggests new directions for further investigation. An introduction on the often contentious subject of Lorca's biography is followed by five chapters - poetry, theatre, music, drawing and cinema - which together acknowledge the polymath in Lorca. A further three chapters - religion, gender and sexuality, and politics - complete the volume by covering important thematic concerns across a number of texts, concerns which must be considered in the context of the iconic status that Lorca has acquired and against the background of the cultural shifts affecting his readership. The Companion is a testament to Lorca's enduring appeal and, through its explication of texts and investigation of the man, demonstrates just why he continues, and should continue, to attract scholarly interest. FEDERICO BONADDIO lectures in Modern Spanish Studies at King's College London. CONTRIBUTORS: FEDERICO BONADDIO, JACQUELINE COCKBURN, NIGEL DENNIS, CHRISTOPHER MAURER, ALBERTO MIRA, ANTONIO MONEGAL, CHRIS PERRIAM, XON DE ROS, ERIC SOUTHWORTH, D. GARETH WALTERS, SARAH WRIGHT
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Blood Wedding

What is done cannot be undone. Marina Carr's version of Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding premiered at the Young Vic, London, in September 2019.

Author: Federico García Lorca

Publisher:

ISBN: 0571360149

Category: Brides

Page: 80

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A bride promised. A blood vow broken. The vengeance of a village released. I want you green. Green wind, green branches. Boat on the ocean. Horse on the mountain. Written in the summer of 1932 with the Spanish civil war looming, Lorca's anarchic meditation on the fate of the individual versus society is a prophetic foreshadowing of the violence that would soon tear his beloved country apart and lead to his own tragic end. The mysteries of love and hate are explored against the backdrop of a community gearing up to unleash these elemental forces upon itself, with unstoppable consequences. What is done cannot be undone. Marina Carr's version of Federico García Lorca's Blood Wedding premiered at the Young Vic, London, in September 2019.
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Pasajes passages Passagen

Decía Federico en 1933 que “ Bodas de sangre es la parte primera de una trilogía dramática de la tierra española . Estoy , precisamente estos días , trabajando en la segunda , sin título aún , que he de entregar a la Xirgu .

Author: Christian Wentzlaff-Eggebert

Publisher: Universidad de Sevilla

ISBN: 8447207161

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 828

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Estudios sobre las investigaciones del hispanista alemán Christian Wentzlaff-Eggebert, especialista en los Siglos de Oro, la Literatura hispanoamericana del Siglo XX y en la poesía romántica.
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Spanish Cinema

Saura«s Bodas de sangre (Blood Wedding, 1981) opens on a still ofGades« dance troupeinfull costume and make-up, with the lead characters clearly identifiable inthe social hierarchy that is required of a posed wedding photograph.

Author: Rob Stone

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317874997

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 230

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From the surrealist films of Luis Buñuel to the colourful melodramas of Pedro Almodóvar, Spain has produced a wealth of exciting and distinctive film-makers who have consistently provided a condoning or dissenting eye on Spanish history and culture. For modern cinema-goers, it has often been the sexually-charged and colourful nature of many contemporary Spanish films, which has made them popular world-wide and led directors and stars such as Almodóvar, Banderas and Penélope Cruz to be welcomed by Hollywood. Using original interview material with Spanish Cinema luminaries such as Carlos Saura, Julio Medem, Imanol Uribe and Elías Querejeta, Rob Stone charts a history of Spanish Cinema throughout the turbulent Francoist years and beyond. The book aims to provide a broad introduction to Spanish Cinema, the nine chapters divided into four types: chapters on Spanish Cinema during the Dictatorship and following the transition to democracy survey current debate and opinion while tracing the development of themes and film movements throughout those periods. chapters on early Spanish cinema and Basque cinema present vital and fascinating aspects of Spanish cinema that have previously been ignored chapters on childhood in Spanish cinema, and sex and the new star system offer new pathways into the study of Spanish cinema chapters on Carlos Saura, Elías Querejeta and Julio Medem offer specific case studies of film-makers who are emblematic of different periods in Spanish cinema and, indeed, Spanish history As with other titles in the Inside Film series, the book is comprehensively illustrated with representative stills and has a thorough bibliography, index and list of resources.
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Spanish Theatre 1920 1995

Adapting the Work : Bodas de sangre and Bernarda Alba The main criterion cited by Spanish critics of film versions of García Lorca's dramas in the 1980s is fidelity . However , this appeal to cultural continuity is complicated by a lack ...

Author: Maria M. Delgado

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9057021161

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 132

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Beginning with a reassessment of the 1920s and 30s, this text looks beyond a consideration of just the most successful Spanish playwrights of the time, and discusses also the work of directors, theorists, actors and designers.
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The Theatre of Valle Inclan

It is illuminating to compare Divinas palabras with Lorca's Bodas de sangre. Both are plays about adultery or the flouting of traditional codified morality by the force of instinct. In Bodas de sangre, the mother's pride in her caste, ...

Author: John Lyon

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521244930

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 246

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This is a study of the Spanish dramatist RamØn del Valle-Inclan (1866-1936). John Lyon shows that Valle has links with two avant-garde movements: the turn of the century Symbolism associated with Maeterlinck and Yeats, and the anti-tragic values which surfaced in the 1920s and culminated in Absurdism.
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