LA MUJER DE ULISES. EDICIÓN EXTRAORDINARIA DE ALBORADA. 2A ED.
González Castillo, José.
Buenos Aires, [Ediciones Alborada], 1918. 63p., wrps (worn) Good Paperback A three-act dramatic work by nationally acclaimed 19th-20th century Argentine playwright José González Castillo, (1885-1937). "Estrenada con gran éxito en el Teatro Liceo, de Buenos Aires, por la compañía Quiroga-Rosich, el 7 de Junio de 1918". An early collaborator of Argentine filmmakers, a later member of the leftist "Boedo" literary group, and a poet-playwright whose 1914 play about homosexuality, Los invertidos, had shocked Buenos Aires. In 1919, González Castillo was to script another important early Argentine film, Juan sin ropa, by Camila and Héctor Quiroga. Based on his book, La lucha por la villa, it was a fictional reenactment of the repression that year of the country's anarcho-syndicalist movement and also received widespread foreign release (Item ID: 110302)