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Informal Oral Blood Wedding Exploring the power of dialogue in Blood Wedding especially between Leonardo the Bride Confused feelings behind dialogue Leonardo and the Bride have several conversations which tend to develop into complex arguments that bring back the past and what it meant Each of the two characters are on a different wavelength if you want to call it that Their thoughts intentions and especially emotions are not coherent Leonardo thinks about the past and the pain that dwells inside him as a result of the suffering he went through while the bride thinks about the future and what it can possibly hold for these two old lovers Leonardo intends to make sure that the bride knows how he feels He wants her to act as a stress reliever and as someone to let it all out on The tremendous emotional baggage he has carried all this time is aching to be let out and she happens to be the perfect outlet which will receive this emotional baggage and turn it into emotional guilt her own guilt her own suffering You may at first look at this as being selfish and inconsiderate of him but in the end humans are by definition greedy and selfish Whether it is consciously or subconsciously and whether it is admitted it or denied we tend to put our needs and ourselves first Back to Blood Wedding I feel that Leonardo does in fact approach the bride with the sole intention of releasing his feelings He wants to let her know how he feels I can personally relate to this as I am sure most of you will too Most of you will know how when you are in a situation where you feel strongly about something but cant really express your feelings freely as the situation has not yet developed into its climax and
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