ESTRENO STUDIES and STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY SPANISH THEATRE
1. Homenaje a / Tribute to
Martha T. Halsey. Ed. Robert Lima and Phyllis Zatlin. 1995.
ISBN: 0-9631212-9-4. List price: $8.00.
Illustrated. Primarily written in English but some items in Spanish. Contains review essays by Robert Nicholas and Wilma Newberry on Halsey's critical writings about Buero-Vallejo and the Generación realista, Manuel Duque's reminiscences of directing The Inmates of the Convent of Saint Mary Egyptian, two of Halsey's groundbreaking studies on Buero, and an article by Marion P. Holt on staging The Sleep of Reason in the United States.
2. Entre actos: Diálogos
sobre teatro español entre siglos. Ed. Martha T. Halsey and Phyllis
ISBN: 1-888463-07-4. List price: $26.50.
Forty-two essays on contemporary Spanish theatre, eighteen in English, others in Spanish. Includes selected proceedings of international symposium held at Penn State University in 1997 as well as essays and photos of five featured playwrights (Luis Araújo, Josep M. Benet i Jornet, Jerónimo López Mozo, Paloma Pedrero, José María Rodríguez Méndez) and twenty-five production photos
3. Writers to Remember: Memoirs of Friendships in Spain and France. By Phyllis Zatlin.
Library of Congress Control No.: 2014917285
ESTRENO Studies 3. 2015. 230pp. $20.00, plus postage and handling.
Illustrated with 70 photographs, most of them in color. Emphasis on playwrights and women writers of narrative in Spain. Includes several authors in France and Cuban authors in exile. Writers featured in individual sections are José Luis Alonso de Santos, Fernando Arrabal, Antonio Buero Vallejo, Ana Diosdado, Pilar Encisco, Cristina Fernández Cubas, Antonio Gala, Eduardo Galán, Eduardo Manet, José Martín Elizondo, Carmen Martín Gaite, Francisco Nieva, Lauro Olmo, Paloma Pedrero, Eduardo Quiles, Elena Quiroga, José María Rodríguez Méndez, Carlos Rojas, Victor Ruiz Iriarte, Jaime Salom, and Carlos Semprun-Maura. In remembering friendships over a period of four decades from the 1970s to the present, Zatlin relates humorous anecdotes and affirms that her chosen career, that led to being both a writer of scholarly studies and literary translator, proved to be fun. Woven into her memories of these and other authors are numerous references to former students who followed the same career paths.
Prof. Mary Makris
Dept. of Classical and Modern Languages
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Tel: 502- 852-0491
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