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by Barry Jordan,Antonio Buero Vallejo

Author: Barry Jordan,Antonio Buero Vallejo
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Manchester Univ Pr (September 1, 1995)
Pages: 175 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.8
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Buero's powerful play, La doble historia del Doctor Valmy, tackles the controversial question of political torture.

Buero's powerful play, La doble historia del Doctor Valmy, tackles the controversial question of political torture. Daniel Barnes is a family man who works as a member of the Political Police in an imaginary country called Surelia. After a visit to Dr Valmy, Daniel discovers that his condition is a self-punishment for what he has done to the prisoner

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Antonio Buero Vallejo's La doble historia del doctor Valmy (1964) brings to the stage the difficult issue of political torture. The entire section is 4,038 words.

Other articles where La doble historia del doctor Valmy is discussed: Spanish literature: Theatre: Written .

Other articles where La doble historia del doctor Valmy is discussed: Spanish literature: Theatre: Written in the 1960s, La doble historia del doctor Valmy ( The Double Case History of Doctor Valmy ) was performed in Spain for the first time in 1976; the play’s political content made it too controversial to stage there during Franco’s rule. Written in the 1960s, La doble historia del doctor Valmy ( The Double Case History of Doctor Valmy ) was performed in Spain for the first time in 1976; the play’s political content made it too controversial to stage there during Franco’s rule.

Antonio Buero Vallejo (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0023165801. Text: Spanish, English. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. Series: The Scribner Spanish series. Paperback: 219 pages.

Buero's theatre, specifically with the premiere of Historia de una escalera in 1949 . Related books and articles.

Buero's theatre, specifically with the premiere of Historia de una escalera in 1949, began, therefore, to re-establish a theatre of social meaning that would break with the anodyne - and apolitical - theatre that was performed in postwar Spain. His theatre reinstated the teatro social. 3 Ricardo Doménech affirmed that Buero's social theatre is a theatre in which the Spanish playwright raises a reflection about the political struggles in postwar Spain in their most harrowing examples.

Antonio Buero Vallejo. La doble historia del doctor Valmy ("The double-case history of Doctor Valmy")(1968). El sueño de la razón ("The Sleep of Reason") (1970). La detonación ("The Shot")(1977). This article uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Buero and the second or maternal family name is Vallejo. Antonio Buero Vallejo. 1916-09-29)29 September 1916.

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Writers: Antonio Buero Vallejo (play), Antonio Buero Vallejo. Secretaria Doctor Valmy.

Written in 1964, then banned and only staged in Spain 12 years later after Franco's death. Buero's powerful play, La doble historia del Doctor Valmy, tackles the controversial question of political torture.Daniel Barnes is a family man who works as a member of the Political Police in an imaginary country called Surelia. Ordered by his superior to torture a political prisoner, Daniel becomes sexually impotent. After a visit to Dr Valmy, Daniel discovers that his condition is a self-punishment for what he has done to the prisoner. Mary, Daniel's wife, gradually becomes aware of the secrets of her husband's grisly trade and attempts to persuade him to leave the police service, with devastating results. The play focuses not on the victim but on the torturer and the consequences of his actions for his family, marriage and personal relations.This is a new edition of one of Buero's most successful and most provocative texts and contains a detailed and wide-ranging introduction, bibliography, notes and a plot summary in English. A helpful vocabulary and variety of work topics makes this an ideal edition for sixth form and undergraduate students.