Ay, Carmela! ;El Lector Por Horas has 36 ratings and 4 reviews. Palimp said: Dos obras de teatro: ‘Ay Carmela’, fin de la etapa Bretchiana del autor y ‘E. Ñaque. ¡Ay, Carmela! has 77 ratings and 3 reviews. Isabella said: Excelente edición crítica de dos piezas fundamentales del teatro de Sanchis Sinisterra. Ay, Carmela! / El Lector Por Horas (Spanish Edition) [Jose Sanchis Sinisterra] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Sinisterra, Jose.
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The film takes its title from the song “Ay Carmela”, which begins and ends the film. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Francisco rated it it was amazing May 12, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. A deceptively simple text, but no less poignant, unnerving and thought-provoking.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Maria rated it really liked it Mar 01, The presence of the Polish prisoners, who have been brought to witness a mockery of their ideals, greatly upsets Carmela, and she initially refuses to perform a number involving the republican flag. Carmela, Paulino and Gustavete are driven away in an army car.
Ozan rated it it was amazing Jul 23, As the planes fly overhead, Paulino reads a poem by Antonio Machado which introduces a note of patriotic fervour in accordance with republican feeling in Preview — Ay, Carmela!
Travel planner Save time and effort. Susannah rated it really liked it May 02, Rosa Ripoll rated it really liked it Mar 06, Thanks for telling us about the problem. They must stage a burlesque of the Republic in exchange for their freedom. Interactive map All cultural resources at a glance. Originally a song from the War of Independence against Napoleon, it had been adapted and became the favourite song of the Republican soldiers and of the International Brigade during the Spanish Civil War.
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Kate rated it really liked it Sep 10, Carmela befriends a fellow prisoner: Carmela, increasingly irritated by the mockery of the Republic and enervated by the presence of the Polish soldiers, gradually loses heart in her performance, and her frustration at the mockery of the cqrmela she holds dear seethes to the surface jeopardizing the credibility of the parody.
Be the first to ask a question about Ay, Carmela! In an atmosphere of mounting tension and terror, some of the prisoners are taken away to be shot. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Jun 28, Palimp rated it it was amazing.
Aug 26, Isabella rated it really liked it. Modernism and Avant-garde movements The turn of the century brought new winds of modernity.
Ay, Carmela! ;El Lector Por Horas
Irina Tretiak rated it liked it Jan 30, They make this difficult journey on a misty night and inadvertently end up in nationalist territory. Esther rated it really liked it Mar 18, Refresh and try again. Seale6 rated it liked it Sep 09, The audience is enthusiastic during her performance, but the mood changes completely when the sound of approaching nationalist planes is heard.
Paperbackpages. Published July 18th by Espasa first published Mario rated it really liked it Sep 04, Structurally, the show is largely similar to the one they used to perform for the republican troops. Their show consists of four acts. In this simplistic parody, Paulino plays a gay republican doctor who is visited by a female patient, the Spanish Republic, played by Carmela.
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On the day of the show, both artists are indisposed as Carmela has her period and Paulino has an upset stomach from eating a rabbit which Gustavete, writing on his slate, now confirms to have been a cat. Surprisingly, the lieutenant, learning that they are performers, wants them to take part in a show he has been planning to entertain the nationalist troops.
Share Add to favourites. The only words here are spoken by Gustavete — “Come on, Paulino” — as he leads him away. Isabel rated it really liked it Sep 08, The seriousness of the moment is followed by a comic routine in which Paulino twists himself into a variety of ridiculous postures in an attempt to break wind.