As Deuteragonists : Dramatic Representation Of Federico Garcia Lorca

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Extra Human as Deuteragonists: Dramatic Representation of Myth, Folktales and Legends in the Works of Federico Garcia Lorca

Bindiya Rahi Singh (Dept of English)
JRF Research Scholar in
HNBGU (the Central University)
Uttarakhand &
The Assistant Prof. in
The Kumaun University Nainital bindiyakrrish@gmail.com Contact No: 7055564666/7055534666

Abstract: Through this paper, I want to express my exploring intention about Lorca's(1898-1936) oeuvre. His contribution in the field of the Andalusian Folklore, Cante Jondo is the similar musical expression of Dylan Thomas along with his supernaturalism is compared to the mythical ethos and mythos of J. M. Synge. Lorca advertised the prevailing Spanish Flamenco belt throughout his entire musical and mysterious world of drama and poetry. Federico Garcia Lorca was Spain's most celebrated dramatist, artist, pianist as well as the surrealist and The Avant Garde poet was murdered by the nationalist sympathizers in the beginning of Civil War in 1936. He had written many mysterious and absurdities plays and poetic volume during his careers such as Blood wedding, Yerma, The House of Bernarda Alba, Mariana Pineda and the Butterfly's Evil Spell. Among them Blood wedding is based on Deuteragonists supernaturalism perspective and use of lullaby as a part of Folklore and legends activated in the Spanish Andalusian Culture. And his Butterfly's evil spell is the extant

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