Fuenteovejuna


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Fuenteovejuna

 

(also Fuente Obejuna), a town in southern Spain, in Andalusia, in Córdoba Province. Population, 9,200 (1970). Córdoba has such food-processing industries as milling, wine-making, and the production of olive oil; the city also produces leather goods. Coal, lead, and mercury are mined nearby.

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And one potentially regrettable fact is that the plays discussed in each case are the same old worn-out canonical fare: Richard II, Measure for Measure, and The Winter's Tale for Shakespeare; Fuenteovejuna for Lope de Vega; and Life is a Dream for Calderon.
El protagonista colectivo en Fuenteovejuna de Lope de Vega.
Pensemos, por ejemplo, en Fuenteovejuna y su alegato en favor de la unidad popular frente a la opresion de un poder totalitario.
The last poem is a part of one of his best known dramas, Fuenteovejuna.
Fuenteovejuna is studied much more extensively in a separate chapter as a paradigm of the heroic woman within the hybrid, androgynous peasant community.
In June of this year, Vocaleyes underlook its first audio-description of a dance performance when the organization collaborated with London's Sadler's Wells Theatre on a special introduction to the Ballet Nacional de Espana's performance of Antonio Gades's flamboyant dance drama Fuenteovejuna.
At Sadler's Wells, the Spanish National Dance Company presents ANTONIO GADES' electrifying dance version of the 17th-century play FUENTEOVEJUNA.
Young shuttles between Fuenteovejuna and El beso de la mujer arana in order to struggle with the extent to which genre is mutable, mixable, and prone to figuring its opposites within itself.
The first play I remember having seen is Fuenteovejuna by Lope de Vega, and it made a profound impression on me and taught me the elements of theater--performance, artistic creation, and social concern--which still remain present in my work.
25) This means that the plot of plays like Fuenteovejuna and El Alcalde de Zalamea must be recognized as double-edged--both realistic and metaphorical--and that the characters, correspondingly, may be seen as both individuals and abstractions.
He does, however, document its socio-cultural influence on an anecdotal level as he cites both judicial and historical sources, such as the Fuenteovejuna uprising of 1476 against the abuses perpetrated by Fernan Gomez de Guzman.
In important plays such as El Caballero de Olmedo and Fuenteovejuna, Lope actually showed the castigation of the vicious and the reward of the virtuous, and later dramatists followed this trend.