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Notes about "La Casa de Bernarda"

by: Grace Stewart

Notes about "La Casa de Bernarda" SPAN 3040

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These notes contain information on the characters as well as other meanings within the story of "La Casa de Bernarda"
Introduction to hispanic literary forms
George Palacios
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Spanish Literature
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Grace Stewart on Tuesday April 5, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPAN 3040 at Clemson University taught by George Palacios in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 16 views.


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Date Created: 04/05/16
Spanish Literature “La casa de BernardaAlba” - Título “La casa de BernardaAlba. Drama de mujeres en los pueblos de España” (1936) - “los pueblos”-> costumbres-modos de vida - Dramatis personage (personajes) - 1) Bernarda,Angustias, Magdalena - ¿Quien es? - bernarda- madre de la casa - bear- oso - angustias- la mayor de las hijas de Bernarda (39 años) - magdalena- segunda de las hijas de Bernarda (30 años) - magdalena in a biblical sense - ¿Cómo es? - bernarda - fuerte - 60 años - ella es la mujer tirana que tiene sujetas a sus hijas y también a su propia madre - angustias - inmaduro - terca - magdalena - una víctima de la desesperanza para ella, las ilusiones no existen y la única felicidad reside en el pasado - ella es prisionera de una esperanza de vida distinta que se van esfumando. - ¿Cómo es su lenguaje? - bernarda - fuerzo en su lenguaje - angustias - habla con un voz baja - magdalena - lenguaje pesimista; lenguaje realistico - Violenta de su fuerza en sus palabras - 2)Amelia y Martirio - Amelia - hija de Bernarda - joven (27 años) - es víctima del miedo de su madre - está de acuerdo con Magdalena porque piensa que Pepe quiere el dinero de su padre - Martirio - Hija de Bernarda - tiene 24 años - es pesimista - tiene un amor secreto por Pepe - tiene atracciones masculinas - es fatalista como su padre - denuncia aAdela pero el resto de su familia no denuncia - 3)Adela, La Poncia, María Josefa (madre de Bernarda) - Adela - Hija de Bernarda - la más joven, tiene 20 años - hermosa - contra la tiranía de Bernarda - se enamora de Pepe el Romano (el motivo de la obra) - no puede supeditar su pasión amorosa al orden social con Pepe porque mucho de su familia no se gusta Pepe - en el fin,Adela piensa que su madre se mató Pepe yAdela confió suicidio - La Poncia - 60 años - criada de Bernarda - sabe todo que ocurre en la casa - María Josefa - madre de Bernarda - está mentalmente trastornado - recita un poema de importancia en la estructura


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