de Viva Voz / Out Loud (Paperback)

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«Ya improvisara una pantomima o una breve escena teatral, era irresistible. Era como una llama. -Luis Bu uel

Federico Garc a Lorca es uno de los poetas y dramaturgos m's c lebres de nuestra literatura, y su obra ha sido ampliamente representada, le da, editada y estudiada desde que fue asesinado en 1936. Menos conocidas, sin embargo, son sus intervenciones p blicas. Y all reside la primicia del presente libro, que re ne por primera vez todas sus conferencias y alocuciones radiof nicas: textos escritos para ser le dos en teatros o como homenaje a alguno de sus amigos poetas. El conjunto no solo revela sus preocupaciones est ticas y sociales, sino que nos acerca a un Lorca directo y desenfadado, que parece seguir habl ndonos de viva voz.

FEDERICO GARC A LORCA naci en Fuente Vaqueros (Granada) en 1898 y muri fusilado en 1936. Su poes a, traducida a infinidad de lenguas, recorre paisajes, hurga en tradiciones y denuncia injusticias, y sus libros, magistrales, contin an ley ndose sin atender al paso del tiempo ni a los caprichos de la moda.

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Whether he improvised a pantomime or a short theatrical scene, it was irresistible. It was like a flame. -Luis Bu uel

Federico Garc a Lorca is one of the most famous poets and playwrights in literature, and his work has been widely represented, read, edited and studied since he was assassinated in 1936. Less well known, however, are his public speeches. And therein lies the first fruits of this book, which brings together for the first time all his lectures and radio speeches: texts written to be read in theaters or as a tribute to one of his poet friends. The ensemble not only reveals his aesthetic and social concerns, but also brings us closer to a direct and uninhibited Lorca, who seems to still be speaking to us out loud.

FEDERICO GARC A LORCA was born in Fuente Vaqueros (Granada) in 1898 and was shot in 1936. His poetry, translated into countless languages, travels through landscapes, delves into traditions and denounces injustices, and his masterful books continue to be read without regard to the passage of time or the whims of what's fashionable.


Product Details
ISBN: 9788466350600
ISBN-10: 8466350608
Publisher: Debolsillo
Publication Date: April 20th, 2021
Pages: 400
Language: Spanish