Alfonso Sastre

Alfonso Sastre (born 20 February 1926 in Madrid) is a Spanish playwright, essayist, and critic associated with the Generation of '36 movement. He was an outspoken critic of censorship during the reign of General Francisco Franco. His most noteworthy plays include ''Death Squad'' (1953), ''The Gag'' (1954), ''Death Thrust'' (1960), and ''Tragicomedy of the Gypsy Celestina'' (1984). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Taurus, 1956.
Collection: F. Ant. S. XIX y XX
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Antonio Machado, 1988.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Hondarribia (Gipuzkoa) : Arguitaletxe Hiru, D.L.1995.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Hondarribia (Guipuzcoa) : Hiru, D.L.1995.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Donostia : Tercera Prensa, 1990.
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by Sastre, Alfonso, 1926-
Barcelona, México D.F. : Grijalbo, 1970.
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by Forest, Eva.
Donostia : Hordago, D.L. 1979.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Castalia, D. L. 1988.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Madrid : Cátedra, Cátedra, D. L. 1990 D. L. 1990.
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Madrid : Cátedra, Cátedra, D. L. 1990 D. L. 1990.
Collection: Van der Vekene
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by Sastre, Alfonso.
Madrid : Madrid : Cátedra, Cátedra, D. L. 1992 D. L. 1992.
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by Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1905-1980.
Madrid : Madrid : Aguilar, Aguilar, D.L. 1970 D.L. 1970.
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Madrid : Madrid : Cátedra, Cátedra, 1994 1994.
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Madrid : Madrid : Aguilar, Aguilar, D.L.1959 D.L.1959.
Collection: F. Ant. S. XIX y XX
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