Luces de bohemia 3

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They explained that there are "three ways of seeing the world, artistic or aesthetic: kneeling, standing or built in the air." The first involves the characters' are a 'superior status to the human condition'. The second way "up" would be used by Shakespeare, which includes the characters "as if they were our own, like splitting the character of our self, with our own virtues and our own defects." The third way is "a very Spanish way, way demiurge, who does not believe in any way made the same clay as their puppets."
3.4. LIGHT OF BOHEMIA Bohemian lights was serialized in the magazine in Spain. In its book version, 1924, shows very significant variations, as it added three scenes, l, with a high content of political criticism.
Esperpento is a word drawn from the popular speech with an ugly, ridiculous, conspicuous, to escape from the norm towards the grotesque or monstrous.
TEMA It tells the pilgrimage night last night in the life of Max extrella, miserable and blind poet, accompanied by Don Latino Híspalis, in various places in Madrid: bookstores, taverns, police station the Mystery of the Interior, cafes.
As a starting point, Valle was inspired by the figure and the death of novelist Alejandro Sawa, the same that inspired the Villasuso Baroja of the tree of knowledge. But this trip Max is a descent into hell, a metaphor the impossibility of living in a deformed Spain, unjust, oppressive, absurd.




Luces de bohemia STRUCTURE is composed of fifteen scenes, each going in a different place (except the third and final scene taking place in the tavern Pica Lagartos) in order to display different environments. But the work, apart from that give the main characters, is unity, since there are certain elements that are repeated, as the presence of death from the scene one (invitation to suicide), anticipating the end of the work; the
you lottery, the last hope of escaping poverty and that will award following the death of Max.
You can divide the work into two parts, first, the first twelve scenes, and on the other, the latter three are an epilogue. At the same time the opening scenes have a clear structure.
One) a) A "prelude" or presentation, Scene I. Max is at home and it shows his desire to die. We begin our trip at night in Madrid.
b) The "main body" or development, ll-XI scenes. Max pilgrimage Madrid by night. Is divided into two symmetric phases.
\ Scenes ll-Vl. To Max Estrella stay in the dungeon with the Catalan workers.
\ Scenes VII-XI. Since his release from prison to the death of the worker Catalan.
c) Outcome, Scene XII. End of pilgrimage. Max returns to his home, sets out the theory of the grotesque and dies.
II) Epilogue. Scenes XI11-XV. Funeral of Max Estrella. The lottery ticket is awarded. Suicide of the wife and the daughter of Max Estrella.
To some critical structural model Luces de Bohemia is a descent to hell, a parody of Dante's Divine Comedy. In fact, there are several references to this work, for example in the scene XI: "Latino, get me out of this vicious circle," and "Our life is a circle Dante."

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