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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Spanish play, Lope de Vega's Fuenteovejuna featuring Nigerian actors speaking English will also be staged as will be Ahmed Yerima's Mu'Adhin's Call and Sefi Atta's Renovation to mark the International Women's Day on March 8.
Este hecho esta inspirado en lo que ocurrio en septiembre de 1983, cuando la CNI asesino a tres miristas del partido Movimiento de Izquierda Revolucionario (1965-1990), en una casa de seguridad en la calle Fuenteovejuna, y a otros dos en una casa de seguridad en la calle Janequeo, ambas situadas en Santiago (51).
Como um exemplo dessa concorrencia, em uma mesma sociedade, de dois discursos sobre um acontecimento, eu escrevi um estudo sobre uma comedia de Lope de Vega, Fuenteovejuna [Fonte das ovelhas], que se fundamentava em uma cronica historica.
El texto que va a leerse traduce inevitablemente mi lectura de Numancia y en modo alguno pretende sustituir el original que--a despecho de Fuenteovejuna, tan superior en su versificacion--es y sera siempre la mejor tragedia de la lengua espanola.
From there to the wish to make justice by oneself in the style of Fuenteovejuna, "all to one", is a short way.
Literature classics get a modern twist, including Wuthering Heights, The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Lady of Camellias, Fuenteovejuna and Cyrano de Bergerac, (pictured)
Don Quixote's explicit self-feminization uses the same wording--being more suited to use the spinning wheel than the sword--with which Laurencia recriminated the men of her village for their inaction to protect their weak from the Commander of Calatrava in Lope de Vega's Fuenteovejuna.
32) Lope de Vega's Fuenteovejuna, Peribanez el Comendador de Ocana, El mejor alcalde, el rey, among many others, present cases of abuse of power borne out of selfishness, ignorance or vileness on behalf of those in a higher station.
En ella publicaron una diversidad de titulos, agrupados en la Coleccion Programa (Lazarillo de Tormes, Herman y Dorotea, El si de las ninas, Fuenteovejuna, Entremeses, Historia de Belgrano y de la Independencia, El conde Lucanor, La verdad sospechosa, Hamlet, La cautiva, M'hijo el dotor, Las de Barranco, Barranca abajo), la Coleccion la France Eternelle y la Coleccion Universal, que satisfacian las necesidades de los estudiantes secundarios.
This he does by examining Suarez's treatise alongside Shakespeare's Richard II, Measure for Measure, and The Winter's Tale, Lope de Vega's Fuenteovejuna, and Calderon de la Barca's Life is a Dream.
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.