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La zapatera prodigiosa: pp. 28-31

En España, hoy es martes el 18 de diciembre de 2018.


Décima escena, pp. 28-31

In this section, el zapatero, still disguised, and la zapatera remain behind in the converted zapatería after the departure of the rest of people of village. El zapatero tells his young wife that his story is similar to hers—that he was abandoned by his spouse, who he continues to love with all of his heart. La zapatera, too, declares her continued love for her absent husband. The two may be at the point where el zapatero declares himself, but they are interrupted by the return of el niño.

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  1. The intentions of the zapatero may be honorable, but do you think that deceit is ever a good idea in a relationship?
  2. In some types of stage plays, the characters make “aside” comments to the audience that are not supposed to be part of the action of the play. The opening scene of this play, when the author addresses the public and la zapatera calls to him from offstage are classic examples of this. Are there any other asides in this section of the play?
Escena 10 de La zapatera prodigiosa, 66:20-73:31


Después de leer: Preguntas de comprensión

  1. ¿Por qué la miran con odio las vecinas a la zapatera?
  2. ¿Qué dice la zapatera que era su marido para ella?
  3. Basada en lo que dice la zapatera de su marido, ¿qué nivel de educación crees que tiene?

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