Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona, 1892-1936: Rivals Or Collaborators?

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University of Wales Press, 2002 - Performing Arts - 235 pages
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Between 1892 and 1936 Spanish society witnessed many momentous transformations, including the reassertion of a Catalan identity and the emergence of Barcelona as a major industrial and cultural centre. At the same time, theatre in Spain underwent significant changes as teatro poetico and the avant-garde challenged both the naturalistic and commercial theatres.
Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona, 1892-1936 is an account of an exciting period in Spanish cultural history and provides a detailed analysis of the artistic, political and linguistic contexts of Spanish and Catalan theatre before the Spanish Civil War.

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Contents

Foreign Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona
82
Reception of Catalan Theatre in Madrid and Barcelona
108
Reception of Spanish Theatre in Barcelona and Madrid
146
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David George is Reader in Hispanic Studies at the University of Wales, Swansea.

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