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Yerma. Translated by Ian MacPherson and Jacqueline Minet.

García Lorca, Federico

Verlag: Aris & Phillips, Warminster, 1987
ISBN 10: 0856683388 / ISBN 13: 9780856683381
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Titel: Yerma. Translated by Ian MacPherson and ...

Verlag: Aris & Phillips, Warminster

Erscheinungsdatum: 1987

Einband: Soft cover

Zustand: Good


138p copy from a Cambridge college library, paperback, slightly worn, useful and mostly clean, this title was published in the series Hispanic Classics. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 155819

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Inhaltsangabe: The second of Lorca's trilogy of rural dramas, Yerma, is a blend of contrasting moods through which Lorca charts the increasingly destructive obsession of a childless young country wife, and probes the darker zones of human fears and desires. The play's rich mode of expression - a combination of verbal, visual and auditory images and rhythms - is also geared to celebrating sexual attraction and fertility, creation and procreation. Through his characterization of the play's central figure, Lorca raises the question of women's social status - a controversial question both then and now, and one to which Robin Warner pays particular attention in his critical introduction to the play. He also examines the links between the dramatic structure of Yerma and the importance of cultural politics during the course of the Second Spanish Republic. The Spanish text is supported by an introduction and notes in English, as well as by an extensive vocabulary and section of discussion questions.

Synopsis: One of Lorca's best known plays tells the story of a young peasant wife in rural Spain whose sole conscious desire is to embody what she regards as the natural, moral and social laws governing her life as a woman in motherhood. The tragedy of Yerma, which literally means 'barren', in this powerful and emotive drama, is that she remains childless and so is denied the dignity and the emotional fulfilment which traditionally only the role of mother could bring. The frustration of Yerma's maternal instinct, the only acceptable channel for her sexuality in her repressive society, leads her through humiliation and despair to an erosion of her whole personality which culminates at the end of the play in violence and death.It is not only the strong feminist theme that accounts for the play's great popular appeal today. With the highly charged emotion are blended poetic imagery and lyricism which haunt the imagination of modern audiences as much as those of fifty years ago when Lorca was murdered.

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