When The Groom asks for a knife to cut olives in the vineyard, The Mother reacts cautiously. Before giving The Groom the knife, she discusses the cycles of violence and her trepidation. The Groom leaves after hugging his mother goodbye. The Mother, who still hates the Felix family, is furious, but decides to visit the girl before bringing the matter up with The Groom.
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Shelves: favourites , books-i-ve-read-for-school , poetry A brilliant introduction to Spanish Literature - a severely underrated and undertalked-about genre. The unfortunate event of western and by western, I mean American and British control of the English-speaking world has caused such plays largely to be confined to scholastic canon, but this should not be the case.
Rereading these plays only enhances the writing and their symbolic meaning, articulating further why his A brilliant introduction to Spanish Literature - a severely underrated and undertalked-about genre. Rereading these plays only enhances the writing and their symbolic meaning, articulating further why his writing was so precisely apt for the time, and so beautifully encapsulating. There is endless symbolic meaning, endless layers of socio-political commentary.
The overall meanings obvious but also nuanced, necessary and beautifully presented. There are endless symbols and beautiful metaphorical additions that are perfect fodder for thought and discussion. His poetry is beautiful as well. It has that magical realism and whimsy that seems a theme throughout his work, and is nonetheless such a joy to have in the world. A beautiful author and person gone far too soon, which reminds us of the pertinence in fighting the good fight against the ill-fortuned.
The correct use of songs in the right place. The sense of hatred mixed with love. A very good setting. The mother has been characterized very well. Completely believable. A tragic folkrore story. How to use short , complete sentences in dialogues , images which draw your attention and takes you About "Blood Wedding":The rooms are in different colours , good pictures for the stage; dialogues are not very dynamic , but very poetic.
How to use short , complete sentences in dialogues , images which draw your attention and takes you to the place. The stage is eye-catching. Suspence lingers till the end of story; you really sympathize with them. Your heart beats faster. A true genuine drama. Although Blood Wedding incorporates many themes, the ones that stuck with me most were gender roles and the social implications of marriage and family.
This play explores the restrictive situations placed upon women living in Spain, and how deep blood runs through families.
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