La Barca Sin Pescador

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OUP USA, 1975 - Drama - 176 pages
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Alejandro Casona is one of the masters of the contemporary theater, and one of that distinguished group of Spanish intellectuals whose enforced exile had enriched us all with a new demonstration of the great human and aesthetic values of the ancient but ever vital culture of Spain. One of his most attractive works is La Barca Sin Pescador, which was performed in Buenos Aires on 24 July 1945. The play has an interesting plot, well motivated and full of action.

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Alejandro Casona is one of the masters of the contemporary theater, and one of that distinguished group of Spanish intellectuals whose enforced exile had enriched us all with a new demonstration of the great human and aesthetic values of the ancient but ever vital culture of Spain.

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