January 2008
Romance Notes;2008, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p205
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
A literary criticism of the tragedy "Doña Rosita la soltera," by Spanish author Federico García Lorca. It discusses the literary function of the visits to the family of the main character Rosita. The author considers how Garcia Lorca utilizes these visits to define various aspects of the main character's present and future.


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