Bodas De Sangre

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Manchester University Press, Jan 15, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 160 pages
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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Contents

PREFACE
viii
BIBLIOGRAPHY
l
END NOTES
77
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About the author (1988)

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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