“The Revolt of the Senses: Hallucination, Revelation and Resistance in Antonio Buero-Vallejo’s The Foundation,”
in Images of Mental Illness through Text and Performance, ed. Sarah Randolph.
Lewiston, NY: Mellen Press, 2005: 63-71.
Antonio Buero-Vallejo was the Vaclav Havel of Fascist Spain, a powerful dissident playwright and a great dramatic innovator. This piece discusses his “immersion effect” with which he embedded the audience in the delusions and subjectivities of his protagonists.