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It was apparent that many of the theatre professionals working in Francoist Spain did not consider that the theatre had a socio-political role. Anthropos-Ministerio de Cultura, desacrgar, pp. Censorship, he claimed, simply protected information and avoided the propagation of lies.

In his analysis, Marrast divides Civil War theatre into four types: Should the poet cease? Descagrar claims that political ideology can be popularized and made acceptable by simplification, repetition and definition.

The regime sought to legitimate and normalize theatre censorship by legislating for it and thus making it a naturalized part of staging a play. However, leaving aside the other drama produced or not produced at the time, and focusing specifically on the so-called Realists, it becomes clear that they considered their work to have been more than entertainment and to have a social dimension.

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The verdict had to include the audience age and also stipulate whether or not it could be broadcast on radio or television. It also enabled the regime to portray the opposition as a threat to this identity and nature. Its author clearly does not favour the new law: Certainly, politicians were not alone descqrgar their perception funracion the theatre had an ideological and political role in Spanish society.


Desde muy joven echaron sobre mis hombros responsabilidades superiores a mi edad y a mi empleo. Originally the censors suggested cuts, some of which Buero accepted and some of which he rejected. Artworks can keep an oppressive condition from remaining accepted and acceptable as the natural state of the oppressed population.

Literature written specifically for the purpose of reflecting or upholding a certain ideology is rarely considered worthy. You can download the soft file of this book in this website. Todo lo que no fuera exaltador y optimista, aunque estuviera enraizado con la realidad, cobraba el aire sospechoso de maridar con la Leyenda Negra.

The message that these problems arose from the political situation was obvious. When Camus criticized revolution, some claimed that he was defending the status quo, just as when Buero denounced provocation and imposibilismo, some considered him less than committed. They certainly did not constitute the serious danger to the Francoist hegemony that they had hoped to be.

Censorship, both official and environmental, was the principal point of contact between writer and regime. Others too, like Antonio Gala, chose to view censorship as a minor obstacle, which could be overcome, or at least accommodated, by the determined writer.

In fact, Raza can be read as a guide to Francoist ideology. It is not hard to see what interested parties have to fear.

The descadgar of nationalism, which was an important part of Falangism later incorporated into Francoism, allowed fundacipn rulers to contend that descatgar Spain they claimed to represent was unified in its culture, its homeland and its essential values.

This book really gives you good thought that will very lz for the readers future. The following year it was the subject of another application. Recognizing that art cannot change society directly, he regards its role in society as, at most, to be that of demystifier: At this time, others proposed a theatrical revolution that would bring an end to the bourgeois domination of the stalls and give the theatre to the proletariat.


Despite his strong Catholicism, he intervened to prevent the diffusion of the declaration of the Justitia et Pax Commission, which was critical of the regime. He enjoyed the support of the majority of the Spanish hierarchy, with the noteworthy exception of Francesc Vidal i Barraquer, Cardinal-Archbishop of Tarragona, who protested to the Pope about the political stance of the Church in Spain.

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When Buero told him that he would have written it in the same way had there been no censorship, Sastre informed him that he therefore did not like the play. To do this, he reconstructed his own history, eliminating any embarrassing or unworthy incidents and presenting himself as a selfless, reluctant hero upon whom power had been thrust and who only obeyed the call of duty in his struggle for the greater good and the dignity of the Patria.

This was an emotional rather than a logical battle, concerned with the propagation of myth and the denial of history and reality. Furthermore, when language is combined with performance, be it that of an orator at a political rally or on a stage in the theatre, it can captivate people and perhaps move them.