Garcia Lorca


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Spanish poet and dramatist who was shot dead by Franco's soldiers soon after the start of the Spanish Civil War (1898-1936)

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Like Garcia Lorca, Talvet is able to combine the highly personal and individual with the suggestive anonymity of a folk song, as in "Viiskummend aastat tagasi laksime Koidula-kooli" (Fifty years ago, we went to the Koidula School), which blends the author's childhood memories with the repetitive pattern of motifs from Galician folk poetry and Gil Vicente.
Garcia Lorca was very familiar with Cervantes's entremeses as director of the itinerant student-run theater troupe La Barraca, which brought early mod ern classical Spanish plays to rural areas throughout Spain.
The Garcia Lorca portfolio which contains coloured lithographs and serigraphs originated in the 1990ies.
The 14-member Chamber Singers will perform a capella "Suite de Lorca," a set of poetic pieces by Spanish poet Garcia Lorca, set to music by a Finnish composer, Einojuhani Rautavaara.
Based on a play of the same name by Federico Garcia Lorca, Sabri's puppet show was staged from November 2 to 6, at London's New Diorama Theater.
With his friend and colleague, the poet Federico Garcia Lorca, he was responsible in the 1920s for the revival of Canto Jondo, from which flamenco developed, and his early recordings of the festival have recently been reissued.
notably, Victorian works, contemporary poets, and the works of James Joyce, Allen Ginsberg, Rumi, Federico Garcia Lorca, Thom Gunn, Paul Monette, James Broughton, Colette Inez, and Bram Stoker, as well as his own personal stories.
After sketching out the limitations of current models of textual interaction, the author examines the links between the work of Pablo Neruda, Federico Garcia Lorca, Hart Crane, Xavier Villaurrutia, and Adrienne Rich.
The Poulenc piece is perhaps the most startling: the composer's usual puckish humor is nowhere in evidence here, replaced by a simmering anger at the war (the piece was completed in 1943 and revised in 1949) and the plight of its victims, particularly of its dedicatee, the writer and victim of Spanish fascism Federico Garcia Lorca.
Since the end of the 19th Century, works of many writers were noticeably affected by the Arabic, such as Joze Zorilla, Gustavo Adolfo Becquer, Federeco Garcia Lorca, Juan Ramon Jimenez and Antonio Gala, who have wide popularity and palpable effect on the Latin American literary creativity.
Something he did with Garcia Lorca and Luis Bunuel.
Peter Orandbois's meta-memoir takes its title from the poet Federico Garcia Lorca, who once warned that intelligence is "the enemy of poetry," making the poet forget "that ants could eat him or that a great arsenic lobster could fall suddenly on his head:' Lorca's warning suggests the happenstance of any artist's life, the contingencies that can hobble or inspire the act of creation, or do both at once, as is often the case in Grandbois's narrated experiences.
In an interview in Madrid, his niece Laura Garcia Lorca said the family didnAAEt want preferential treatment for him, condemning other victims to oblivion.
The indie film starts with Dali's arrival at university, and his relationships with a group of fellow artists including Federico Garcia Lorca.
Unfolding in 1920s Spain, the star plays the surrealist-to-be as he enrols at a Madrid art school, transforming from shy dandy to avant garde twirly-moustached genius, along the way beginning an affair with writer Federico Garcia Lorca (Javier Bltran).