Crossroads, and other plays
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Mar 1, 1993 - Drama - 148 pages
This collection of eight plays in translation offers the reader a representative cross-section of different styles and themes in the Mexican dramatists' theater. The themes of the plays range from a reenactment of Christ's crucifixion to an exploration of the reason for man's existence.
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Crossroads A Sad Vaudeville
The Crucified A Tragic Farce in One Act
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