|| SPM0430 |
|| TWENTIETH-CENTURY SPANISH THEATRE |
|| 2006/2007 |
|| Mrs Gwladys E Evans |
|| Intended for use in future years |
|Next year offered
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|Next semester offered
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On completion of the module students will have a good understanding of the way in which non-commercial Spanish theatre has developed during the twentieth century and of how it reflects the social and political background.
The module provides an insight into the major trends in Spanish theatre in the 20th century, moving from innovations of the
pre-Franco period to the oblique techniques employed by dissident dramatists during the dictatorship.
Ramon del Valle-Inclan, Luces de Bohemia; Federico Garcia Lorca, Bodas de sangre; Alfonso Sastre, Escuadra hacia la
muerte; Antonio Buero Vallejo, Las meninas.
Anderson F (1971) Alfonso Sastre
Domenech R (1973) El teatro de Buero Vallejo
Edwards G (1985) Dramatists in Perspective: Spanish Theatre in the Twentieth Century
Cardiff University of Wales, Press
Edwards G (1980) The Theatre Beneath the Sand
London: Marion Boyars
Lyon J (1983) The Theatre of Valle-Inclan,
Nicholas R L (1972) The Tragic Stages of Antonio Buero Vallejo
Zahareas, A N (ed) (1968) Ramon del Valle-Inclan. An Appraisal of his Life and Works
This module is at CQFW Level 7