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Title: GCSE Drama


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GCSE Drama
  • Paper 1, Unit 1

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  • Guernica by Pablo Picasso

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  • I stand with life against death, for peace
    against war.
  • Pablo Picasso

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  • A LAS BARRICADAS
  • Confederación Nacional de Trabajo
  • Negras tormentas agitan los aires
  • nubes oscuras nos impiden ver.
  • Aunque nos espere el dolor y la muerte
  • contra el enemigo nos llama el deber.
  • El bien mas preciado
  • es la libertad
  • hay que defenderla
  • con fe y con valor.
  • Alza la bandera revolucionaria
  • que llevara al pueblo a la emancipacion
  • En pie obrero a la batalla
  • hay que derrocar a la reaccion
  • A las Barricadas! A las Barricadas! por el
    triunfo de la Confederacion.
  • TO THE BARRICADES
  • Black storms agitate the winds
  • Dark clouds won't allow us to see
  • Although we are waiting for pain and death
  • Against the enemy we are called to go
  • The most precious good
  • is liberty
  • And it must be defended
  • With courage and faith
  • Raise the revolutionary flag
  • Which calls the people to emancipation
  • March, worker, to the battle
  • We have to smash the reaction
  • To the Barricades!
  • To the Barricades!
  • For the triumph
  • of the Confederation.

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In Spain, the dead are more alive than the dead
of any other country in the world. Attributed
to Frederico Garcia Lorca, playwright
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The town of Guernica after the blitz in 1937
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  • Bombing Casualties Spain
  • Dolls' faces are rosier but these were children
  • their eyes not glass but gleaming gristle
  • dark lenses in whose quicksilvery glances
  • the sunlight quivered. These blenched lips
  • were warm once and bright with blood
  • but blood
  • held in a moist bleb of flesh
  • not spilt and spatter'd in touseled hair.
  • In these shadowy tresses
  • red petals did not always
  • thus clot and blacken to a scar.
  • These are dead faces
  • wasps' nests are not more wanly waxen
  • wood embers not so grely ashen.
  • They are laid out in ranks
  • like paper lanterns that have fallen
  • after a night of riot

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  • If I were to live another hundred years I
    couldn't say enough. How can something so small,
    a gun, a knife, bring down a bull of a man? The
    months trail past, and the pain still stings my
    eyes and pulls at my hair. And my two dead boys
    lie silent, slowly filling with grass, turning to
    dust
  • Extract from Blood Wedding by Lorca
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