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"Mariana Pineda" by Federico Garcia Lorca

“The author's first drama pays homage to the most popular heroine of his native Andalusia. A young woman from Granada is imprisoned in 1831 for having ordered the embroidery of the flag that will serve as the insignia of a liberal insurrection. She is promised her freedom if she betrays her bosses, but she, refusing to do so, is sentenced to death and executed."

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Mariana Pineda / Federico Garcia Lorca; edition of Luis Martinez Cuitiño. — Madrid: Chair, DL 1991.

366 pages : ill. ; 18 cm. — (Hispanic letters; 331).

Bibliography: P. 125-127.

DL M 8671-1991. — ISBN 84-376-0976-3

 PQ 6613.A763 M3 1991

R. 68615000