Antonio Buero Vallejo | Critical Essay by Elizabeth S. Rogers

This literature criticism consists of approximately 18 pages of analysis & critique of Antonio Buero Vallejo.
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Critical Essay by Elizabeth S. Rogers

SOURCE: Rogers, Elizabeth S. “Role Constraints versus Self-Identity in La tejedora de sueños and Anillos para una dama.Modern Drama XXVI, no. 3 (September 1983): 310-19.

In the following essay, Rogers finds parallels between the female protagonists of La tejedora de sueños and Antonio Gala's Anillos para una dama, asserting that both women “experience the dual conflict of coping with both the external demands of their roles and the personal needs for self-identity, freedom, and self-fulfillment as human beings and as women.”

“I was attracted to Penelope as an image because I had always believed her situation as the wife of Ulysses to be one of the most challenging of Greek mythology.” This statement by Naomi E. S. Griffiths elucidates the source...

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