The Importance of the Don Quixote Myth in the Works of Antonio Buero Vallejo
Examines the degree to which playwright Antonio Buero Vallejo has been influenced by Cervantes, in particular by the Don Quixote myth. Buero attaches great relevance to the power of madness and dreams, and, like Cervantes, makes use of the fusion of fantasy and reality in his work.
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