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Yerma: A Play by Federico Garcia Lorca

Yerma: A Play by Federico Garcia Lorca

Federico Garcia Lorca

ISBN: 9781840023626

Lorca is one of the twentieth century's most powerful playwrights and Yerma is one of his greatest plays alongside Blood Wedding and The House Of Bernada Alba. Set in a remote Spanish village it follows the story of Yerma, a woman full of life and passion

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"In a remote Spanish village Yerma, a woman of full of life and passion, longs for a child but is unable to conceive. This compelling and elemental tale of a woman's quest for a child taps into some of the most universal themes of theatre - love, passion, sexuality, marriage. In this adaptation, Pam Gems has stripped the text to the poetic core of Lorca's words in all their epic glory. Vibrant and sweeping, combining elements of dance and song, Yerma is an exhilarating theatrical event. "
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