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This book is a case study of the relationship between art and oppression. It is the first book devoted to Gomez-Arcos, a member of a "lost" generation of Spanish dramatists who were silenced during the Franco era. It addresses three crucial issues that define both his literature and his life: censorship, exile, and bilingualism.

ISBN

9780838753774

Publication Date

1998

Publisher

Bucknell University Press

City

Lewisburg, PA

Keywords

Spanish Literature, Spanish Theatre, art and oppression, Franco era censorship, Gomez-Arcos

School

School of Arts and Sciences

Department

Latin American, Latino and Iberian Studies

Disciplines

Spanish Literature | Theatre and Performance Studies

Comments

Honorary Designation:
Choice “Outstanding Academic Title”, 1999

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Allegories of Dissent: The Theater of Agustín Gómez-Arcos

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