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Survival songs : Conchita Piquer's coplas and Franco's regime of terror / Stephanie Sieburth.

Author/creator Sieburth, Stephanie
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [2014]
Copyright Notice ©2014
Descriptionxiii, 257 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Toronto Iberic
Toronto Iberic. ^A1121613
Contents Camouflage : the psychology of survival in Franco's Spain -- An introduction to the Copla and its star performer -- Copying with terror through popular music : "La parrala" ("The wine lady") -- Paradise lost : "Ojos verdes" ("Green eyes") as ritual of separation -- "Tatuaje" ("Tattoo"), the unburied dead, and complicated grief -- The "other woman" : "romance de la otra" as ritual of marginalization and disenfranchised grief -- Reasserting personhood through popular song : "Romance de valentía" ("Ballad of bravery") and "La ruiseñora" ("The nightingale") -- When a radio song is the meaning of life : mending the torn fabric of identity through narrative, music, and interpretation.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 225-242) and index.
LanguageIncludes some song lyrics, in Spanish and English.
Genre/formCriticism, interpretation, etc.
LCCN 2007499389

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