Bodas De Sangre

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Manchester University Press, 1980 - Drama - 96 pages
18 Reviews
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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User Review  - Judy Lackritz - Goodreads

Play about the approach and actual marriage when the heart of the bride is torn between the security of a successful husband and the driving passion for an ex-lover. As she succumbs to her passion a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Christian Dimacawholaden - Goodreads

The fact that only one of the main characters billed actually had a name had me a bit frightened at first as Spanish is not my first language but in the end it was a pretty interesting, albeit rather short obra Read full review

Contents

Acto Primero
3
Acto Segundo
26
Acto Tercero
52
END NOTES
74
The music of songs in Bodas de sangre
85
A SELECTED VOCABULARY
89
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Federico Garcia Lorca studied in New York City from 1929-1930. In 1936, at the outset of the Spanish Civil War, he was shot to death by anti-Republican rebels in Franco's army, and his books were banned and destroyed.

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