Frederico Garcia Lorca

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Noun1.Frederico Garcia Lorca - Spanish poet and dramatist who was shot dead by Franco's soldiers soon after the start of the Spanish Civil War (1898-1936)
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The Horseman's Song, the sixth entry in the saga (and a prequel to the other Bora mysteries), adds a provocative twist, with Bora investigating the murder of legendary poet Federico Garcia Lorca -- an unsolved case in real life.
KARACHI -- First things first: the National Academy of Performing Arts' (Napa) new play Bandhan, directed by Hassan Raza, is inspired by Federico Garcia Lorca's play Blood Wedding, not adapted from it.
KARACHI -- National Academy of Performing Arts (Napa) is set to stage Bandhan, a play inspired by a 1932 Spanish tragedy titled Blood Wedding by Federico Garcia Lorca. Directed by Hassan Raza, Bandhan will be dealing with the idea of arms and ammunition and their harms in our society.
Cancioncilla del nino que no nacio, Federico Garcia Lorca, Translated by Sarah Arvio / 316
National poet Federico Garcia Lorca described it as "the one street in the world I didn't want to end".
A pesar de que la tragedia de Federico Garcia Lorca Bodas de sangre (1932) no presenta ninguna referencia implicita o explicita a la epoca colonial en la que se concibio, una lectura desde la perspectiva de la teoria literaria postcolonial resulta provechosa en varios aspectos.