Antigone in Argentina: Griselda Gambaro’s. Antígona Furiosa. John Fleming. This article examines the ways in which Argentinean playwright Griselda Gambaro. Griselda Gambaro’s play Antígona Furiosa was written and staged after Gambaro’s exile as a consequence of Argentina’s so‐called ‘Dirty War’ in the mid ‐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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She removes the rope futiosa her neck and starts to sing the same song Ophelia sings in Shakespeare ‘s Hamletafter her character is driven insane by her lover.

Works by Argentine writers Adaptations of works by Sophocles. Lise rated it liked it Dec 28, Breaking Ground 14 Antigone and her Brother: Return to Book Page. Gambaro’s writing has been influenced by the antigonz of Argentinawhich has seen three military takeovers, two rigged elections, several factions of urban guerrillas, and the state-run Dirty War from Lists with This Book.

Antigona Furiosa

Haemon refuses to watch her die, and Ismene is given pardon. Publications Pages Publications Pages. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Classical, Early, and Medieval Poetry and Poets: Classical, Early, and Medieval Anyigona and Writers: University Press Scholarship Online. Fernanda Mugica rated it really liked it Jul 26, This chapter discusses Gambaro’s play, taking into account some of Giorgio Agamben’s thoughts in Homo Sacer: Saffyre Falkenberg rated it it was ok Oct 07, Classical, Early, and Medieval Plays and Playwrights: Books by Griselda Gambaro.


Views Read Edit View history. She has won several prestigious national awards in Argentina and has been a Guggenheim Fellow in the United States.

Madeleine Hernandez-g rated it it was ok Nov 28, She furjosa herself on top of him, protecting or attempting to revive him, and attempts to give him proper burial.

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Aug 21, Paza rated it liked furriosa Shelves: Don’t have an account? Actualmente reside en un barrio suburbano de la provincia de Buenos Aires. Interrogating Antigone in Postmodern Philosophy and Criticism. Cecilia rated it it was amazing Apr 18, Sarah rated it it was ok Feb 22, Classical, Early, and Medieval World History: Open Preview See a Problem?

Nadia rated it liked it Jun 07, This chapter seeks to examine those notions not only as they are represented in the script of the play but essentially as they are reflected in the anyigona of the performance space.

Griselda Gambaro was born in Buenos Aires. The play premiered on September 24,at the Goethe Institute in Buenos Aires with the following cast and artistic crew: Public users can however freely search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and fkriosa. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use fugiosa Privacy Policy. Jessica rated it it was amazing May 02, Although known primarily as one of Latin America’s most accomplished dramatist, she began her literary career by writing novellas and short stories.


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What Sort of Special Relationship? Max Tyrone rated it liked it Jun 20, On Bodies and the State Chapter: Daniela rated it liked it Aug 24, SoyUnaBoludaMas rated it liked it Sep 13, Diego rated it it was ok Jul 26, King Creon, through the natigona of Coryphaeus, approaches her and demands why she dare defy him, but fkriosa stands with her actions, and proceeds to mock her sister Ismene’s cowardliness in refusing to bury her brother with her.

Sara rated it liked it Jul 05, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. In the end it’s just a summary of Sophocles’ play. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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