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Un monólogo basado la obra Mariana Pineda (1925), de Federico García Lorca, que relata los sacrificios que la protagonista del mismo nombre hace por la causa republicana a la que se ha entregado su amado y de la que ella está segura de que volverá. Este monólogo se habla en su voz.
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A monologue based on Federico García Lorca’s work Mariana Pineda (1925), which recounts the sacrifices that the eponymous protagonist makes for the Republican cause to which her beloved has given himself and from which she is sure he will return. This monologue is spoken in her voice.

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