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Post a Comment. The pictures triggered a desire to read the play again in the original Spanish. So I got out my copy of Obras Completas by Lorca and started reading this enchanting play. At the time he staged this play Federico Garcia Lorca was 22, and the play was laughed off the stage within an hour, leaving an impact on the brilliant young poet that hurt him deeply, but over time his plays only became stronger and more impressive. At the end of act II, scene II, Lorca has one of the characters say these telling words: "No hay desgracia mayor que la de ser poeta.

The response of a fellow character is : "Los quemara el olvido", "Being forgotten will erase them. He certainly will never be forgotten, he needn't have worried about that. He was prophetic about his tragic end, when referring to the suffering many a great poet endures, and there is a sense of urgency in the young writer's first play, an awareness of things hidden that would reveal themselves and make him vulnerable to the contempt repressive regimes have for outspoken, free spirits.

Again, at such a young age, the poet and playwright had a strong sense of premonition about how his talent would ultimately lead to personal tragedy. It must have been excruciating for this hyper intelligent and skilled artist to be laughed off the stage, as he was burning inside with passion for his craft and the desire to share his vision with the world.

It should be encouraging to all artists everywhere that Lorca achieved greatness in his country and abroad in spite of an untimely and brutal death. I am sure that years from now, people everywhere will continue to honor and remember and celebrate and be inspired by this great writer.

As a poet and writer trying to break out of anonimity and invisibility, I know Federico Garcia Lorca will be one writer who will continue to make sure I keep following my heart and its dreams. No comments:. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.

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El Maleficio de La Mariposa

Post a Comment. The pictures triggered a desire to read the play again in the original Spanish. So I got out my copy of Obras Completas by Lorca and started reading this enchanting play. At the time he staged this play Federico Garcia Lorca was 22, and the play was laughed off the stage within an hour, leaving an impact on the brilliant young poet that hurt him deeply, but over time his plays only became stronger and more impressive. At the end of act II, scene II, Lorca has one of the characters say these telling words: "No hay desgracia mayor que la de ser poeta. The response of a fellow character is : "Los quemara el olvido", "Being forgotten will erase them. He certainly will never be forgotten, he needn't have worried about that.

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Garcia Lorca is perhaps the best known of modern Spanish writers, partly because of his brutal execution outside Granada by Franco's army at the beginning of the civil war, but primarily because of his genius for poetry and drama. In Lorca published Gypsy Ballads, which won him immediate success and is considered one of the most important volumes of poetry of the century. Attracted to the gypsies for their exotic folklore, sexual vitality, and their status as a group on the fringe of Spanish society, Lorca enlarged the gypsy people and their traditions to mythical proportions. Nature takes on human form while reality acquires a dreamlike quality in this powerful transformation of the world into a myth. The verse is colorful, rhythmic, dramatic, symbolic, and suggestive. Lorca visited New York in , experiencing a deep despair about a mechanical and dehumanized society; he saw in blacks the only hope for revitalization of that world.

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