Alfonso Sastre (born 20 February 1926 in Madrid) is a Spanish playwright, essayist, and critic associated with the Generation of '36 movement. He was an outspoken critic of censorship during the reign of General Francisco Franco.
Alfonso Sastre (born 20 February 1926 in Madrid) is a Spanish playwright, essayist, and critic associated with the Generation of '36 movement. His most noteworthy plays include Death Squad (1953), The Gag (1954), Death Thrust (1960), and Tragicomedy of the Gypsy Celestina (1984).
Teatro Selecto de Alfonso Sastre (Escuadra Hacia La Muerte, La Mordaza, Ana Kleiber, La Sangre de Dios, Guillermo Tell Tiene Los Ojos Tristes, En La Red, La Cornada) by Sastre, Alfonso and a great selection of related books.
About this Item: Excelicer: Madrid, Spain. Condition: VG-. Hardcover, blue paper over boards with gilt lettering on spine and cover, ribbon bookmark attached at spine, text in Spanish, 530 pages. Clean, square, unmarked copy. PO's name/address penned to ffep, foxing to top edge.
Alfonso Sastre’s most popular book is Complete Works of Oscar Wilde. Books by Alfonso Sastre. Showing 30 distinct works. previous 1 2 3 next .
Alfonso Sastre, Writer: Amanecer en Puerta Oscura. Alfonso Sastre was born on February 20, 1926 in Madrid, Spain. 1966 Anna Kleiber (TV Movie). 1963 Nunca pasa nada. 1960 A las cinco de la tarde (dialogue), (screenplay). 1960 Un hecho violento (as A. Sastre)
Alfonso Sastre, Writer: Amanecer en Puerta Oscura. He is a writer, known for Amanecer en Puerta Oscura (1957), A las cinco de la tarde (1960) and L'uomo dai calzoni corti (1958). Sastre). 1959 Carmen la de Ronda (story). 1958 La noche y el alba. 1958 L'uomo dai calzoni corti (spanish version). 1957 Amanecer en Puerta Oscura.
Obras completas, Alfonso Sastre - t. 1, Biblioteca de autores modernos.
Guillermo Tell tiene los ojos tristes. Obras completas, Alfonso Sastre - t. xxxi, 1058 p. : Number of pages. Gran teatro del mundo.
In his article El teatro de Alfonso Sastre visto por Alfonso Sastre . Anna Kleiber is an example of this type of drama.
In his article El teatro de Alfonso Sastre visto por Alfonso Sastre (Alfonso Sastre’s theater seen by Alfonso Sastre), he states that he approaches theater as a form of criminal investigation. It is not surprising that some of his works, such as Muerte en el barrio, revolve around the investigation of a crime. Structurally, Sastre’s plays range from the classically Aristotelian to the highly experimental. As a rule, his plots are functional and unadorned. The play begins at a hotel in Barcelona, where The Writer, identified as Sastre, is being interviewed by two reporters who systematically misinterpret his responses.