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Bodas De Sangre

Author : Federico García Lorca
ISBN : 071900764X
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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.

Blood Wedding Bodas De Sangre

Author : Federico García Lorca
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019186373
Genre : Poetry
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Blood Wedding by Federico García Lorca is a classic of Spanish literature, the tragedy of a woman loved by two men. The man she has loved since childhood is hot-blooded Leonardo, but his family are hated by her own folk, and he marries someone else. Then, on her wedding-night, Leonardo carries her off on horseback, pursued by the men of the two shamed families. The two rivals meet in the moonlight in a fight to the death...Lorca said the only hope for happiness lies in 'living one's instinctual life to the full'. And: 'To burn with desire and to remain silent is the greatest punishment we can inflict on ourselves.' Blood Wedding explores the tragic intensity of lived, instinctual passion. For Brendan Kennelly, this involves a return to the very origins of drama: 'The pure pulsing sense of the mysterious nature of life before we learn to explain things almost out of existence ... Blood Wedding is a drama of agonised and bewildering revelation.'Lorca has a searing realisation of the power of desire. Brendan Kennelly rises to the challenge of how to convey this in an English translation. In language at once soaring and accurate, wild and precise, he does justice to Lorca's tragic vision of the nature and consequences of lived desire. His version of Blood Wedding reveals the mysterious, intricate, passionate and truly astonishing nature of Lorca's masterpiece.Brendan Kennelly's versions of Euripides' The Trojan Women and Medea, and Sophocles' Antigone, are published by Bloodaxe Books in his drama trilogy When Then Is Now: Three Greek Tragedies (2006). His version of Lorca's Blood Wedding was premièred by Northern Stage in Newcastle and Derby in autumn 1996. His Antigone and The Trojan Women were both first performed at the Peacock Theatre, Dublin, in 1986 and 1993 respectively; Medea premièred in the Dublin Theatre Festival in 1988, toured in England in 1989 and was broadcast by BBC Radio 3.

Bodas De Sangre

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Garc?a Lorca Bodas De Sangre

Author : Cyril Brian Morris
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Romancero Gitano Y Bodas De Sangre

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F Garcia Lorca S Bodas De Sangre

Author : Andrew A. Anderson
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Bodas De Sangre Yerma La Casa De Bernarda Alba Wedding Of Blood Yerma The House Of Bernarda Alba

Author : Federico Garcia Lorca
ISBN : 1589771230
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Federico GarcIa Lorca's plays "Bodas de sangre," "Yerma," "La casa de Bernarda Alba" are presented in Cervantes & Co.'s popular format for students of Spanish, introduced and heavily footnoted and glossed by Dr. Timothy P. Reed. The original Spanish of the texts are retained, with an informative introduction, footnotes, and marginal glosses in English. Each play has a Spanish-English glossary specific to the play. These three plays, often referred to as Lorca's "Rural Trilogy," were previously available individually from Cervantes & Co. and are available here in a combined, corrected edition.

The Theatre Of Garc?a Lorca

Author : Professor of Spanish and the Head of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Paul Julian Smith
ISBN : 0521622921
Genre : Drama
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The Theatre of García Lorca offers radical new readings of his major plays, drawing on cultural studies, women's and gay studies, psychoanalysis, and previously unexamined archival material. It provides fascinating historical accounts of productions in different times and places, from New York in the 1930s to Madrid in the 1980s. It also juxtaposes Lorca with major figures such as Gregorio Marañón, Langston Hughes, André Gide, and Lluis Pasqual, enabling us to see his theatre in a new light. In addition, the book presents a new psychoanalytic reading of the plays, which returns to Freud's early clinical texts. Examining the complex and productive intersection of history and fantasy that is characteristic both of García Lorca's theatre and of the cult to which it has given rise, this study offers a thorough reassessment of Lorca's work.

A New History Of Spanish Literature

Author : Richard E. Chandler
ISBN : 0807117358
Genre : Literary Criticism
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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.

A Companion To Federico Garc?a Lorca

Author : Federico Bonaddio
ISBN : 1855661411
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Lorca, icon and polymath in all his manifestations.

The Comic Spirit Of Federico Garcia Lorca

Author : Virginia Higginbotham
ISBN : 9780292761490
Genre : Literary Criticism
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During the years since his death, Federico García Lorca, Spain's best-known twentieth-century poet and playwright, has generally been considered a writer of tragedy. Three of his major plays are fatalistic stories of suffering and death, and his poetry is filled with dread. Yet most of Lorca's dramatic production consists of comedies and farces. Throughout his poetry and prose, as well as in his most somber plays, runs an undercurrent of humor—dark irony and satire—that is in no way contradictory to his tragic view of life. On the contrary, as Virginia Higginbotham demonstrates, through humor Lorca defines, intensifies, and tries to come to terms with what he sees as the essentially hopeless condition of humankind. Although Lorca's comic moments and techniques have been discussed in isolated articles, the importance of humor has largely been ignored in the fundamental studies of his work. Higginbotham is concerned with Lorca's total output: lyric poetry, tragicomedies and farces, avant-garde prose and plays, puppet farces, and master plays. She describes Lorca's place in the mainstream of the Spanish theater and shows his relationship to some relevant non-Spanish dramatists. Furthermore, she discusses ways in which Lorca's work anticipates the modern theater of the absurd. The result is a comprehensive study of an important, but previously ignored, aspect of Lorca's work. The Comic Spirit of Federico García Lorca includes a Lorca chronology and an extensive bibliography.

Pasajes Passages Passagen

Author : Christian Wentzlaff-Eggebert
ISBN : 8447207161
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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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.

Bitter Wedding

Author : Joshua Shanholtzer
ISBN : OCLC:40048538
Genre : Drama
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A Study Guide For Federico Garcia Lorca S Gacela Of The Dark Death

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410346599
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A Study Guide for Federico Garcia Lorca's "Gacela of the Dark Death," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Poetry for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Poetry for Students for all of your research needs.

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Blood Wedding

Author : Federico García Lorca
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Poet, painter, musician, theatre director and Spain's most celebrated dramatist, Federico Garcia Lorca was murdered by Nationalist sympathisers at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War. Many of his plays focus on peasant life and the forces of nature, combining innovative dramatic technique with Spanish popular tradition. Blood Wedding is set in a village community in Lorca's Andalusia, and tells the story of a couple drawn irresistibly together in the face of an arranged marriage. Written when Lorca was at the height of his powers, it is the play on which his international reputation was founded.

Lorca S Legacy

Author : Manuel Durán
ISBN : UOM:39015028485251
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Some of the best Lorca specialists in the U.S. and Canada contribute articles analyzing in depth the most interesting and important aspects of Lorca's life and works. Lorca the man, his attitudes and his system of values, the symbols and images he used to convey his poetic moods, the lasting impact of his plays and his poetry are explored with rigor and sensitivity in this book.

A Study Guide For Federico Garcia Lorca S Lament For Ignacio Sanchez Mejias

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410350701
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A Study Guide for Federico Garcia Lorca's "Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Poetry for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Poetry for Students for all of your research needs.

The Translations

Author : Langston Hughes
ISBN : 082626378X
Genre : African Americans
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Annotation Creative writers have often commented that the imaginative process enables them to find comfort, healing, and restoration from the wounds of life. The darkness of pain and suffering courses like the "flow of human blood in human veins" through the works of Langston Hughessaturating his essays, librettos, newspaper articles, novels, plays, poems, and short stories But this darkness is ultimately transformed by catharsis. Hughes was not a translator by profession, and he was definitely aware that to translate can be to betray. Moreover, when this passionately shy North American author engaged the works of several of his internationally acclaimed colleagues, he saw translation not as an end in itself, but as a means to something larger than his own life and works. Hughes was concerned about the similarity of his experiences with those of writers from other cultures. His perennial longing for submersion into the "Big Sea" of black lifewhether in the Americas, Europe, Asia, or Africa--prompted him to build bridges between himself and a national/international circle of writers. One of the most effective ways of doing so was to translate works by authors with whom he felt intimately connected and whose cultures illustrated essential correspondences with his own. Bodas de sangre(1933), by the Spanish poet/playwright Federico Garca Lorca, who was brutally assassinated in 1936, is the story of a bridegroom and lover who fight to the death over the bride-to-be. Part of Hughes's therapy for the emotional scars and wounds that festered in his life was to make accessible a vital work by this Spanish writer who had also experienced alienation and marginality. The poems by Nicol℗¿s Guilln that Hughes and Ben Frederic Carruthers translated asCuba Libre(1948) reveal the mutual admiration and respect between Guilln and Hughes, but they also illustrate Hughes's affirmation of self, family, and community in the international arena. The titleCuba Librewas the original cry for freedom by black, white, and mixed-race patriots who fought for Cuban independence during two major wars of the nineteenth century. As early as 1927, Haitian writer Jacques Roumain had called for the intellectuals of his country to stop imitating European literature and use as models Spanish American and Harlem Renaissance authors. As a tribute to him, Hughes collaborated with Mercer Cook in translating the novelGouverneurs de la rose,published after Roumain's death in 1944 asMasters of the Dew(1947). The novel's title conveys its rebellious slant, as it tells the story of Haitian peasants who attempt after centuries of oppression to gain control over their external world.

The Flamenco Tradition In The Works Of Federico Garc?a Lorca And Carlos Saura

Author : Rob Stone
ISBN : 0773464298
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This study explores the meaning and importance of flamenco in the works of two of the most important and influential figures in 20th-century Spanish culture, the poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca and the film-maker Carlos Saura. Lorca and Saura shared a fascination for flamenco as a medium for the existential ideology of the marginalized and disenfranchised and this work evaluates the development of these themes through a close, contextual study of their works, which are linked explicitly by Saura's film adaptation of Lorca's Bodas de sangre and, more profoundly, by their use of flamenco to express ideas of sexual and political marginalization in pre- and post- Francoist Spain respectively. The study demonstrates that an understanding of the symbolism, visual style, characters, themes and performance system of flamenco is key to a greater understanding of the social, sexual, political and existential themes in the works of Lorca and Saura.

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