Antígona furiosa has 58 ratings and 3 reviews. Simona said: Meh. I suppose it has good intentions, setting the story outside of time and linking it to Ar. This study establishes parallels between the biological fratricide in Sophocles’ Antígone and the metaphorical fratricide in Griselda Gambaro’s. Griselda Gambaro’s Antigona Furiosa, first performed in Buenos Aires in , is a play of protest, mourning, and rage that highlights the role gender played.
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Antígona furiosa by Griselda Gambaro
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Actualmente reside en un barrio suburbano de la provincia de Buenos Aires. Griselda Gambaro was born in Buenos Aires.
Although known primarily as one of Latin America’s most accomplished dramatist, she began her literary career by writing novellas and short stories. She has won several prestigious national awards in Argentina and has been a Guggenheim Fellow in the United States. El Campo is the most powerful of her more than dozen plays.
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