Synopsis: La ardiente oscuridad. The play centers around a young man, Ignacio, who is admitted to an institute for the blind, managed by Don Pablo. Everything. In the author’s own words his play “aims to set down within a realistic framework, so necessary to the theatre, a nucleus of problems and passions involving man. Antonio Buero Vallejo: In the Burning Darkness: En la ardiente oscuridad: Philip G. Johnston: Books –
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It poses questions such as: Emma rated it really liked it Apr 30, One is the social relationship, a mixture of free and forced situations, which arestablished between a strong individuality whose reasoning and frustration conflict with the reasoning and passion of the community.
And although Ignacio ardinte a rather depressing life and some would call him a pessimist, his points proved him only to be realistic. Is Love sometimes a dark place, despite the rose tinted view point it i I thoroughly enjoyed this book.
She says, “It occurred to me to get up and go to the windowsill. When is life not worth living anymore? Return to Book Page.
Synopsis: La ardiente oscuridad
This translation had its first staging at the University of Missouri in October Ahora bien, des de mi punto de vista no es una obra maestra del autor a pesar de que ha sido varias veces idolatrada. This play was produced shortly after his release and avllejo an interesting historical example for what it represents oscuridxd this period in Spanish history and what Vallejo was able to sneak by the censors as he continued the artistic subversion that had already landed him in jail once.
Me gustaron especialmente el primer acto y el final. Juana feels more compassion for Ignacio than anyone else.
En la ardiente oscuridad
Everything there is so perfectly arranged that the students do not mind the fact that they cannot see. The play was adapted for cinema, and the film Vallejo la ardiente oscuridad was released inthough not in the United States.
In the tragedies there is always a sense of hope for the future. The play has been interpreted by some critics [ who?
A common theme in his work is Spain’s problems during and after Franco. The immediate assumption is that Ignacio committed suicide. If I had, I would have seen someone climb the stairs of the slide with the body of Ignacio, unconscious or dead. Lists with This Book. Carlos then also goes out to the playground.
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Why are we here? What do we live for? Performances of the play itself in the US are rare; for example, none of Buero Vallejo’s plays has been presented on Broadway. Accordingly, the play must In the author’s own words his play “aims to set down within a realistic framework, so necessary to the theatre, a nucleus of problems and passions involving man in general, and not blind people in bueero.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Published July 10th by Stockcero first published January 2nd Nov 29, Natalia Requejo rated it it was amazing.
THE reading experience which pushed me over the edge finally deciding to be an English major. Ignacio, unlike the other students, is not content to accept his blindness and he mocks the other students for their happy complacency. This work presented a graphic picture of Spain after the Civil War and won the Lope de Vega Prize, establishing Vallejo as one of the foremost authors in Spain.
Obra eficaz, y algo efectista. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Retrieved 16 May Preview — En la ardiente oscuridad by Antonio Buero Vallejo. Accordingly, the play must be understood as a sketch of the tragedy of man and his destiny, a problem which again is acquiring legitimacy and urgency, outstepping from the serious Spanish theatre studies into the surrounding reality.
Carlos is rightfully suspicious of the friendship between his girlfriend Juana and Ignacio, who ends up seducing her. He is dead – murdered by Carlos because Carlos could not stand Ignacio’s forcing him to face reality. I recommend this piece of literature to spanish speakers and people learning, such as I! Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Feb 08, Manuel Alfonseca rated it liked it. Sergio Gracia rated it it was amazing Feb 18, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Sakura Misuki rated it it was ok Jun 12, Pepita idly stands by the window when she sees something that horrifies her. It’s a great play. I’m not usually into plays, but this one is great. Oconel rated it it was amazing Sep 22, But if I had, I would have seen someone climb the stairs of the slide with the body of Ignacio, unconscious or dead.