The Old Age of William Tell (A study of Bunuel's Tristana )

  title={The Old Age of William Tell (A study of Bunuel's Tristana )},
  author={I. L{\'o}pez},
  pages={295 - 314}
Buñuel’s Tristana, based on Galdós’ 1892 novel of the same title, has attracted many critics interested in the relationship between narrative and film.1 Most of these critical studies have explored the link between the film and the nineteenth-century novel from which it originates. I would like to follow a different path of study and explore the notion of temporality that is particular to Buñuel’s film. In Tristana, time becomes a perspective of the action in which the characters unfold, as Bu… Expand
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