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Jacinto Grau y Karel Capek. Acercamiento a una relación teatral

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Autor: Fernández Vázquez, José María
Fecha: 1992
Publicado en: Philologia Hispalensis, 8, 39-47.
Tipo de documento: Artículo
Resumen: Jacinto Grau is a strange dramatist in our literary history. Spurned by the commercial theatre of his time experts have come to terms with his work with some reservations. However. in the 1920's. he became a well represented author of renom in thc theatres of Europe. Karel Capek. also a playwright hrought his plays to the public in Prague. Both of them, together with Pirande llo were united in representing the human problems of domination and creation. His plays. R. U.R. (Capek) and El señor de Pigmalión (Grau). written in the same year were included in the programmes of the most fashionahle of the European theatres.
Cita: Fernández Vázquez, J.M. (1992). Jacinto Grau y Karel Capek. Acercamiento a una relación teatral. Philologia Hispalensis, 8, 39-47.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/48671

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