Discus Lorca's Representation Of Feminism In Blood Wedding

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Supervised writing Discus Lorca’s representation of feminism in the play blood wedding. This play ‘BLOOD WEDDING’ is written by famous Spanish play writer Federico García Lorca, this play is based about the society located in the rural areas of Spain. This play is shown to be in the early 20th century. This play is about the bride, bridegroom and Leonardo Felix. This play shows how the impact of society which was in rural Spain and which had led to the deaths of groom and Leonardo. This plays shows the general discrimination and rural Spain as fearful society. The start of the play in scene 1 act 1, the play writer has shown that there was a belief for bridegroom’s mother that knife…show more content…
This play ‘BLOOD WEDDING’ is written by famous Spanish play writer Federico García Lorca, this play is based about the society located in the rural areas of Spain. This play is shown to be in the early 20th century. This play is about the bride, bridegroom and Leonardo Felix. This play shows how the impact of society which was in rural Spain and which had led to the deaths of groom and Leonardo. This plays shows the general discrimination and rural Spain as fearful society. In this play as the title suggests this play contains murder blood and it’s a tragic story. As this play has the main importance given to violence .Thurs became so tragic. As he shows the differentiation between men and women. I think that as this has a tragic start and a tragic end we can see that how that rolls of passion and frustration by not showing any positive moment and always shown negative or depressed scenes. We can get to know the passion of Lorca and which has helped the characters and the play to be more interesting. And this could be observed that the play writer has stayed in such situations that helps and describes like he comes from the same culture as well as baground. Thus due to his I think due to cultural baground the writer brings out the frustration which is present in the people and which the play writer has shown and describes the frustration of people living there as well

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