Lorca, Bunuel and Dali were, in their respective fields of poetry and theatre, cinema, and painting; their impact was felt far beyond the boundaries of their native Spain. But if individually they have been examined by many, their connected lives have rarely been considered. This work focuses on the ties that bind them.
Until recently Gwynne Edwards was Professor of Spanish at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth, specialising in theatre and film. He has written extensively on Lorca, Bunuel and Pedro Almodovar. His translations of Lorca's plays, as well as those of seventeenth-century and modern South American dramatists, have been published by Methuen, and many have been staged professionally.