Entropy reviews Antígona González

Her first name is Antígona her last name is González”, proclaims the first subtitle in Sylvia Aguilar Zéleny’s review of Sara Uribe’s Antígona González. Zéleny’s review delves into the history not only of the violence plaguing Mexico treated in Uribe’s book, but also the history of the writing of the book itself:

“Sara Uribe wrote Antígona González as a request from director and actress Sandra Muñoz; she wanted a theatrical monologue based on three premises: revisiting Sophocles’ Antigone, adapting it to create communicating vessels with the history of Isabel Miranda de Wallace, and address the desaparecidos in México. ‘But I am not a playwright,’ explains Sara Uribe, ‘and what came out was that.'”

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