This book addresses seventeenth- and twentieth-century Spanish theater, providing close readings of plays and their performances as well as the cultural and political climates in which these plays were produced. This is the first book dedicated to the study of the twentieth-century auto, and the book s unique cross-temporal approach appeals to a broad range of scholars of Spanish studies.q80 In questioning how aautonomizeda the Spanish theater industry is, Caballero also incites the audience to ask how much of todaya#39;s culture industry ... They line up to receive their script, each one wearing a red clown nose to further underscore his or her role as player. However, when Caballeroa#39;s actors see that their scripts are blank, they are at a literal loss for words, unable to say or produce anything.
|Title||:||The Cultural Politics of Twentieth-century Spanish Theatre|
|Publisher||:||Lexington Books - 2012|