: Vallejo: El Tragaluz (Spanish Texts) (): Antonio Buero Vallejo, Buero Vallejo, John Lyon: Books. Antonio Buero Vallejo (September 29, , Guadalajara – April 29, , Madrid) was a (); El concierto de San Ovidio (“The concert at Saint-Ovide Fair”) (); Aventura en lo gris (); El tragaluz (“The basement window”) ( ). Antonio Buero Vallejo is considered to be the best playwright of the 20th century. In “El tragaluz”, Buero Vallejo subtly denounces the problems with the.

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In he’s left out in parole, but he’s banished from Madrid.

Javier Lacort added it Mar 17, His works make frequent use of valkejo symbolism of the senses—for example, using the “fiery darkness,” in which the protagonist cannot see, as a symbol of Spain’s dark situation.

Brynhild Svanhvit rated it liked it Dec 18, Buero Vallejo studied his bachelors degree in Guadalajara Madrid from to and became interested in philosophy, science and social studies.

Ali Clare rated vallwjo really liked it Nov 23, During the civil war, he served as a medical aid in the Republican army. In he releases “El tragalauz”, the first play released under the dictatorship that spoke openly about the Spanish Civil War. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Roser Blasco added it Aug 12, A common theme in his work is Spain’s problems during and after Franco.

Vallejo: El Tragaluz

He doesn’t enlist in any party but he feels closer to Marxism. This work presented a graphic picture of Spain after the Civil War and won the Lope de Vega Prize, establishing Vallejo as one of the foremost authors in Spain.

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He establishes himself in Carabanchel Bajo and becomes a member of the Ateneo. No trivia or quizzes yet.


He’s moved from one jail to another, and spends his time writing about painting and drawing portraits. Refresh and try again. His works make frequent use of the symbolism of the senses—for example, using the “fiery darkness,” in which the protagonist cannot see, as a symbol of Spain’s dark situation. Nick marked it as to-read Feb 18, A common theme in his work is Spain’s problems during and after Franco.

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His father often took him to the theatre and when he was 9 he started directing his own plays in a miniature theatre.

On approval, you will either be sent the print copy of the book, or you will receive a further email containing the link to allow you to download your eBook. In May of June of he detained and condemned to death for adherence to the rebellion, but after 8 months they sentence him to 30 years instead. Antonio Buero Vallejo September 29,Guadalajara – April 29,Madrid was a E playwright associated with the Generation of ’36 movement and considered the most important Spanish dramatist of the Spanish Civil War.

Antonio Buero Vallejo is considered to be the best play writer of the 20th century. He spent his childhood in La Alcarria except for a couple of years when the family moved to Larache Morocco.

The life & works of Antonio Buero Vallejo

Retrieved from ” https: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. This name uses Spanish naming customs: He contributed in “La Voz de la Sanidad with texts and drawings. Books by Antonio Buero Vallejo. The publication of El Tragaluz in coincided with a slight relaxation in the political censorship in Spain, and therefore could deal directly with a situation arising directly from the Civil War and its aftermath.


He became an avid reader in his father’s extensive library, and he also liked music and painting: This play is part of a series is designed to meet the needs of the fast-growing A Level and undergraduate market for texts tagaluz the Spanish language.

Each text comes with English notes and vocabulary, and with an introduction by an editor with an tagaluz knowledge both of the work and of its literary and cultural context.

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He tragalus some drawings in several magazines, but he’s already more attracted dl narrative and theatre. Inbeuro was elected to the Royal Spanish Academy.

eel El Tragaluz has an important place in Buero’s theatre incorporating earlier metaphysical preoccupations, with a later historical and political dimension into an overriding traga,uz of national reconciliation after the traumas of Civil War, and beyond that a world evolving toward the triumph over human egoism. Lists with This Book. Buero, however, transcends the specific setting by having his audience view the action by having his audience view the action through the eyes of two researchers from a future generation, as if it were a reconstruction of events from a very remote past.