Poetry Books by Antonio Banderas

Antonio Banderas Books, Antonio Banderas poetry book El Rey Más Perfecto Authors: Antonio Enríquez Gómez
Publisher: Bilingual Press
Published Date: 1991
Categories: Drama
Antonio Enriquez Gomez was a rare voice of dissent in the artistically liberal but politically conservative milieu of 16th-century Spain. This three-act play portrays the figure of the king in accordance with the author's political ideals -- ideals for which he was persecuted by the Inquisition.

Antonio Banderas Books, Antonio Banderas poetry book Spanish Popular Cinema Authors: Reboll Antonio Lazaro, David Archibald
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Published Date: 2004
Categories: Performing Arts
This is the first collection in English to focus exclusively on the various forms of popular film produced in Spain and to acknowledge the variety, range and depth of Spanish cinema. Contributors from across Hispanic, media and cultural studies explore a range of genres, from the musicals of the 1930s and 1940s to contemporary horror movies, historical epics of the 1940s and 1950s and contemporary representations of the Spanish Civil War. The book includes reappraisals of key popular directors such as Luis Garcia Berlanga and Antonio Mercero as well as critical analyses of celebrated stars like Marisol. It provides innovative consideration of the promotion and reception of horror in the 1960s, recollections of cinema-going in Madrid, and reflections on successful recent works such as Abre los Ojos and Solas.

Antonio Banderas Books, Antonio Banderas poetry book The First Texas Independence, 1813 Authors: José Antonio López
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Published Date: 2013-04-22
Categories: History
There were seven flags over Texas. The green flagit is the first flag of Texas independence. It is the spark that lit the revolt for liberty in our state. It started as a gentle glow of a peasants lantern. Then, it expanded to a beacons potent light; beckoning Don Bernardo led his army in answering the call for freedom. It was not a flag of conquest, but a flag of self-rule. It was not a flag to build an empire, but to end an unjust one. It was a precious flag, wrapping those who carried it with the ideals of equality. It was the first breath of a new life, the first step of a long journey, the sign of a new beginning. It is the green flag, the first flag of Texas independence.

Antonio Banderas Books, Antonio Banderas poetry book Antonio Machado's Cartas de Amor a Pilar de Valderrama Authors: Antonio Machado
Publisher:
Published Date: 2008
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
An annotated bilingual edition of Antonio Machado's letters to Pilar de Valderrama. Their correspondence covers a range and reveals Machado's profound love for his secret muse.



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