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Emilio Carballido was a great Mexican playwright of immense imagination -- one of my favorites is his play about the tramp and the bourgeois senior lady who set the lions of the Mexico City zoo free. The tiles are often tiny masterpieces themselves -- "The Dance that the Turtles Dream" or "A Waltz without End for the Planet." The first and third plays of this volume find Carballido in a mood to satirize the provincial mores of his native Cordoba (Mexico, not Spain). Fotografia en la Playa (Photo ...more
Carbadillo was a Mexican writer who earned particular renown as a playwright. He belonged to the group of writers known as the Generación de los 50, alongside such figures as Sergio Magaña, Luisa Josefina Hernández, Rosario Castellanos, Jaime Sabines, and Sergio Galindo. He studied English literature and earned a master's degree in literature from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM ...moreMore about Emilio Carballido...