Additional Resources for Gacela of the Dark Death by Federico García Lorca

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Gibson, Ian, Federico García Lorca: A Life, Pantheon Books, 1989.

Gibson's biography of Lorca is extremely thorough and authoritative, and it is of great help in considering how the poet's personal life affected his writings.

Lorca, Federico García, Line of Light and Shadow: The Drawings of Federico García Lorca, edited by Mario Hernandez, Duke University Press, 1991.

Lorca was an influential artist as well as a writer, and his drawings offer some helpful perspective on his poetry. This book is a vivid overview of his artwork.

Morris, C. Brian, Son of Andalusia: The Lyrical Landscapes of Federico García Lorca, Vanderbilt University Press, 1997.

This book discusses the main settings for Lorca's poetry and the influence of his native region on his verse.

Stainton, Leslie, Lorca: A Dream of Life, Bloomsbury, 1998.

Stainton's accessible literary biography of Lorca tends to concentrate on his career...

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