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Frederico Garcia Lorca's "Blood Wedding"
An examination of the symbolism of colors in Frederica Garcia Lorca's play "Blood Wedding".
# 138658 | 1,250 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Drama and Theater (General)

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The paper explores how color contributes to the symbolism in the play "Blood Wedding". The paper goes through the colors blue, red (Blood), white and orange, and gives examples as to how each color is used within the play and what the colors mean in their context.

From the Paper:

"Frederica Garcia Lorca's play "Blood Wedding" is filled with symbolism primarily concerned with color (including blood red, white, orange and blue). Many of the symbols are explored and come to fruition with use of stagecraft, costume, properties and vivid writing; these and the play as a whole make Federico Garcia Lorca one of Spain's most famed and celebrated writers, and Blood Wedding itself a resounding piece of literature. Born in Grenada, Spain in 1898, Frederico Garcia Lorca grew up amidst a melting-pot of cultures. His father was a farmer and his mother, a schoolteacher. They encouraged him to develop and explore himself..."

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