Federico Bonaddio's A Companion to Federico García Lorca (Monografías A) PDF

By Federico Bonaddio

A better half to Federico Garc???­?‚?­a Lorca presents a transparent, severe appraisal of the problems and debates surrounding the paintings of Spain's such a lot celebrated poet and dramatist. It considers earlier and present ways to the examine of Lorca, and in addition indicates new instructions for extra research. An creation at the frequently contentious topic of Lorca's biography is by means of 5 chapters - poetry, theatre, song, drawing and cinema - which jointly recognize the polymath in Lorca. an extra 3 chapters - faith, gender and sexuality, and politics - entire the amount by means of masking vital thematic matters throughout a few texts, matters which has to be thought of within the context of the long-lasting prestige that Lorca has obtained and opposed to the historical past of the cultural shifts affecting his readership. The significant other is a testomony to Lorca's enduring allure and, via its explication of texts and research of the fellow, demonstrates simply why he keeps, and will proceed, to draw scholarly curiosity. individuals: FEDERICO BONADDIO, JACQUELINE COCKBURN, NIGEL DENNIS, CHRISTOPHER MAURER, ALBERTO MIRA, ANTONIO MONEGAL, CHRIS PERRIAM, XON DE ROS, ERIC SOUTHWORTH, D. GARETH WALTERS, SARAH WRIGHT

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The typical ballad had always been a narration, and it was the narrative 18 For a detailed history of the term, and these poets’ self-awareness as a group, see Andrew A. Anderson, El veintisiete en tela de juicio: Examen de la historiografía generacional y replanteamiento de la vanguardia histórica española (Madrid: Gredos, 2005). 19 For a good introduction to the traditional ballads, see C. Colin Smith, Spanish Ballads, 2nd edn (Bristol: Classical Press, 1996) and Roger Wright, Spanish Ballads (Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1987).

Lorca’s poetic discourse is more spare, intense and difficult here than in previous works. The poetic ‘addressee’ of the poems can be deduced to be a male, and another aspect 33 For an English translation of the lecture, see Federico García Lorca, In Search of Duende, ed. and trans. by Christopher Maurer (New York: New Directions, 1998), 48–62. See also Edward Hirsch, The Demon and the Angel. Searching for the Source of Artistic Inspiration (New York: Harvest Books, 2003). 34 On Andalusian themes in Lorca, see C.

On the suppression or mutilation of Lorca’s works, see Daniel Eisenberg, ‘Lorca and Censorship: The Gay Artist Made Heterosexual’, Angélica (Lucena, Spain), 2 (1991), 121–45.

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