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La zapatera prodigiosa: pp. 33-35

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Duodécima escena, pp. 33-35

In the final scene, el zapatero prepares to depart, but asks la zapatera what he should say to her husband should he encounter him in the world. Overcome with her response, he can no longer maintain his charade and he reveals himself to his wife. She is overjoyed to see him, but their reunion is shortened as the crowd approaches the zapatería with shouts and singing the taunting songs they have sung throughout.

Facing the crowd together as bells ring and the noise increases, the curtain falls, leaving us to imagine the results of the assault on the zapatería.



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  1. Try to imagine how the play will end. Anticipating the action in a novel, play, or film is a great way to help with your comprehension.
  2. The play will almost certainly end in a way you didn’t imagine. Remember what you imagined—you’ll need it to write your own ending!
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Recursos

Después de leer: Preguntas de comprensión

  1. ¿Crees que el zapatero pensaba revelarse a su mujer? O, ¿crees que iba a marcharse pero se cambió de idea?
  2. ¿Qué quería la zapatera que le dijera el “disfrazado” al zapatero si lo encontrara en el camino?
  3. ¿Es diferente la manera en la cual la zapatera trata a su marido?

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