Approaching the Theater of Antonio Buero Vallejo

Approaching the Theater of Antonio Buero Vallejo

Author: Eric Wayne Pennington

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 0820488402

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 372

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"Eric W. Pennington's book, the latest and one of the best on Buero Vallejo's theater, thoughtfully frames careful analyses with the major theoretical approaches of the last half century. Pennington's knowledge of those theories and his insights into the various artistic influences on Buero's plays are remarkably thorough. Of particular note also is his intelligent, even literary prose---the perfect vehicle for evoking the artistic nuance, historical detail, and human impact of Buero's compelling dramatic achievements." Dr. Robert L. Nicholas, Professor Emeritus of Spanish, University of Wisconsin-Madison --
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Approaching the Theater of Antonio Buero Vallejo
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