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The theatre of García Lorca : text, performance, psychoanalysis

Author: Paul Julian Smith
Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Series: Cambridge studies in Latin American and Iberian literature.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Theatre of Garcia Lorca offers radical new readings of his major plays, drawing on cultural studies, women's and gay studies, psychoanalysis, and previously unexamined archival material. It provides fascinating historical accounts of productions in different times and places, from New York in the 1930s to Madrid in the 1980s. It also juxtaposes Lorca with major figures such as Gregorio Maranon, Langston Hughes,  Read more...
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Named Person: Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca; Federico García Lorca
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Julian Smith
ISBN: 0521622921 9780521622929
OCLC Number: 37731664
Description: xii, 185 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Yerma and the doctors : García Lorca, Marañón, and the anxiety of bisexuality --
Black wedding : García Lorca, Langston Hughes, and the translation of introjection --
Poet in Paris : Así que pasen cinco años (When five years have passed), Corydon, and the truth of anamnesis --
García Lorca and the socialists : subsidized cinema, Pasqual's public, and the identification of affect.
Series Title: Cambridge studies in Latin American and Iberian literature.
Responsibility: Paul Julian Smith.
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"The Theatre of Garcia Lorca offers radical new readings of his major plays, drawing on cultural studies, women's and gay studies, psychoanalysis, and previously unexamined archival material. It provides fascinating historical accounts of productions in different times and places, from New York in the 1930s to Madrid in the 1980s. It also juxtaposes Lorca with major figures such as Gregorio Maranon, Langston Hughes, Andre Gide, and Lluis Pasqual, enabling us to see his theater in a new light. In addition, the book presents a new psychoanalytic reading of the plays that returns to Freud's early clinical texts."--Jacket.

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