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Magdalena Imitating her Oh that! Marelibri’s blog – Marelibri on your website – Credits – Free software – Information – Contact webmaster. Bernarda Looking round with some apprehension. La Poncia You should have moved to some other village.

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A vast shadowy silence fills the scene. Martirio What does beauty mater to them?

Would you have me give them up to any beggar who asks? The men have just left. Are we not friends? God has made me feeble and ugly and has always kept them away from me. They file out past Bernarda.

They wear voluminous black skirts and shawls and carry black fans. In order to recreate the atmosphere of vacuum that many tragedies have, Lorca isolates cateda characters in a house with thick walls and sucks the air of the rooms through the silences that Bernarda is constantly imposing.


Editions of La casa de Bernarda Alba by Federico García Lorca

When the curtain rises the stage is empty. Spain was a morally bankrupt society in which the lack of critical thought oftentimes ended up in absurdly evil situations that questioned human existence as a whole:. Servant My hands are red raw from endless cleaning. Beggarwoman They always give me the scraps. La Poncia She did it without thinking what she was doing, and that is was wrong of course.

Lorca, Garcia (–) – The House of Bernarda Alba: Act I

That is the perfect set up for tragedy, and the outcome cssa a disaster provoked by the motifs of the heart guiltbut automatically silenced towards the exterior world shame. By showing this situation he denounces the hypocrisy reigning in Spanish society of his time, in which men were forgiven for unleashing their sexual instinct while women were thoroughly repressed: Mine died years ago.

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Adela Deliberately There was a group of them still standing outside. She misses her father so! Just like your aunts!

Even though it had its origins in ritual which has been studied by the Cambridge schoolGreek theater had an important political function that has recently been studied by Dd Goldhill. If she looked like a broomstick with clothes on at twenty, what is she now at forty! The crowd of women have now entered, and Bernarda appears with her five daughters. Magdalena Well now you know!

Nacer mujer es el mayor cateedra.

Amelia It will be the same for all of us. Third woman You shall never want for a loaf of warm bread. Martirio I do things without any faith in them, like a piece of clockwork.

Bernarda, give me my pearl necklace!