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Enter a promotion code or Gift Card · Share. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. Martes de carnaval (Spanish Edition) by [del Valle-Inclán, Ramón]. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Bajo el titulo de Martes de carnaval agrupa don Ramon del ValleInclan tres esperpentos Las galas del difunto. Biography and Evolution of his Literary Style Ramón María de Valle Inclán was Phase: Luces de Bohemia () (Bohemian Lights) - Martes de Carnaval.
The tragic sense of Spanish life can only be understood by an esthetic which is systematically deformed The most beautiful images in a convave mirror are absurd Deformation stops being such when it is subjected to perfect math. My actual esthetic is to transform the classical norms using the mathematics of the concave mirror. The gods become farces.
It is a manner very Spanish, a demiurge manner, that doesn't believe to be in any way made of the same earth as its dolls. The world of the esperpentic—as one of the characters in Bohemian Lights explains—is as though the ancient heroes have become deformed in the concave mirrors of the street, with a grotesque transportation, but rigorously geometric.
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Add to watch list Remove from watch list. This arm had to be medically cut after a bar fight, but he usually told that the accident occurred during his time as colonel in the army of Tierra Caliente, Mexico. This and other stories made him quickly a very well known person in the artistic and literally circles of Madrid.
Around he became one of the writers more compromised social and politically. His writing becomes at this point different. In shows the huge depression of a ruined Spain that was itself a ridiculous theatre.
This is the style that would make him famous and celebrated, as its originality was a contrast with the normal writing of the time.
It represents also a break up with the kind of writing that he was making at his fist attempts as writer. However, his last works and his literally style evolves to this deformation of reality where we can find militaries, prostitutes, poets, novelty The degradation of the language in this case is focusing the national degradation which was much more terrible. It is representing the national situation, with a Civil War about to happen.
In the Second Republic of Spain was proclaimed with a government formed by socialists, anarchists and communists.
Also in he became the director of the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, where he lived for one year. When he came back to Spain, he was sick and the Civil War had already started.
He died in a hospital of Santiago de Compostela in , proclaiming before his opposition against a conservative government. He wrote poetry, novel and theatre.
The public was mainly composed by bourgeoisie, businessmen and people without education. This public was looking for special effects and entertainment that to a deeper message or the text itself.
Theatre gave money this way, and a poor and popular text would satisfy the public. For example, the theatre of Echegaray and Benavente satisfied the public, and was generally conservative and traditionalist.
His theatre is showed and identified with the text, which is narrative, lyrical and real. He was for years artistic director, stenographer and actor, and this career is easy to see in his way of understanding theatre as form and meaning at the same time.
Actually, it was not represented in Spain for decades after his death due to the censorship of the franquist years.