The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre

The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre

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The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre is the first book-length study of the role of farce in Spanish American theatre. Spanish American playwrights have realized that farce's qlack of powerq and marginality can become a resAhern adds, aquot;However, her second collection of essays, Mujer que sabe latin, which analyzes womena#39;s issues and women ... actually mean and expect people to understand not only what you actually do mean but also your attitude toward it ?


Title:The Politics of Farce in Contemporary Spanish American Theatre
Author: Priscilla Meléndez
Publisher:UNC Press Books - 2006
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