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La Fundacion – Antonio Buero Vallejo
The report also claims that the rise in editorial output was a direct result of the law. However, they did not have the same expectations for literature and what it could achieve. This was an emotional rather than a logical battle, concerned with the propagation of myth and the denial of history and reality. The procedure for publication of a play was slightly different from that for application to stage it. Inwith the creation of the MIT, censorship moved to the new ministry.
Althusser divided these institutions into the repressive state apparatuses, such as the army, and the ideological state apparatuses, such as the media, culture, the education system and the Church. Dwscargar too, like Antonio Gala, chose to view censorship as a minor obstacle, which could be overcome, or at least accommodated, by the determined writer.
It was also to be made clear if the target reader was female or a minor. Furthermore, when language is combined with performance, be it that of an orator at a political rally or on a stage in the theatre, it can captivate people and perhaps move them. These included attacks on the Roman Catholic ideology of the regime, attacks on the repressive funadcion the ideological state apparatuses and a condemnation of the apathetic masses who by their inaction allow one ideology to dominate.
It provided bueero regime with support and legitimacy it might otherwise have lacked, having overthrown a democratically elected government. He goes on to explain its success: Simplifications included the creation of national stereotypes of the noble, loyal raza, of the unnatural, unpatriotic opposition and of the hardworking, representative leadership.
He was both willing and able to negotiate modifications and thus from time to time managed to avoid serious cuts.
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Las Meninas was finally authorized on 15 November for over 18s and with cuts on five pages, but it was prohibited for broadcast. Ahora se habla de la democracia. En la ardiente oscuridad was read by a single censor in Many of those who had been at the forefront of the theatre of agitation movement were dead, imprisoned or exiled in the aftermath of the Nationalist victory.
The correspondence from Buero seems to be much milder and more conciliatory in tone than that of Sastre, for example.
The presence of censorship meant that their choices were quite limited. By subverting these carefully constructed myths, they challenged the ideology that the myths purported to legitimate. Therefore, the argument goes, the initial application of threat and coercion is justified.
This time it was read by deacargar censors, although the previous censors were called on again to give their verdict.
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It was perhaps an unexpected choice for the usually cautious dramatist. The goal of theatre is to provoke directly a real upheaval in the soul of every spectator.
Cooper records that, as a result, he was unacceptable in post-war Spain and did not return to his See in Aside from the Church publications and influence on censorship, some of the leading intellectuals of the day were members of Opus Dei.
This can be seen clearly in the introduction to the Ley de Prensa e Imprenta: Nuestra legitimidad es otra.
The figure of the valiant and noble leader formed a meaningful part of the raza myth. This delegation was located in Salamanca, and part of its role was to establish censorship guidelines. It would appear to have been a no-win situation for the author, whose Gospel-based work was found morally reprehensible by the over-zealous censorship authorities.
Fernando, on the other hand, is one of those characters most despised by the dramatist, who in failing to commit themselves to, or criticize, any particular ideology, allow the unjust Nationalist ideology to endure. The teatro del pueblo movement perhaps came closer to a proletarian theatre than any previous organization; influenced by Erwin Piscator among others, it staged plays, many of which were political, in factories and in Casas del Pueblo.
What is clear from the documents relating to plays from the Second Republic, excepting the bienio negro, is that there was a clear official bias towards left-wing theatre, and a certain anti-clericalism and an anti-conservative bent.
It is interesting to note that in a survey of forty theatre professionals carried out for Primer Acto, only twenty-four of them considered that censorship should be or could be completely eliminated.
Theexpression in this word brands the individual presume to visit and read this book again and still. The nascent regime employed the media and culture both to negate oppositional ideology and to establish its own.
At this time, others proposed a theatrical revolution that would bring an end to the bourgeois domination of the stalls and give the theatre to the proletariat. Consequently, it is necessary to examine this discerned link between theatre and ideology that the regime resolved to check.
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