Title: Analysis of "La Composición" by Antonio Skármeta The scene described in "La Composición" by Antonio Skármeta, published in 1998, depicts a conversation between Pedro and his father about the dictatorship after the arrest of Don Daniel. Pedro's father returns from work, and Pedro asks if he wants to play soccer. The father denies and Pedro talks about the detention of Don Daniel. Pedro then asks if Don Daniel appears on television, but his father denies it. Later that night, Pedro's family is sitting together when his mother starts crying. Pedro asks why, and his mother denies it. Pedro then goes to bed while his parents listen to the radio. He asks his father if he is against the dictatorship, and his father confirms it. Pedro then asks if his father is also being dragged like Don Daniel, but his father denies it. Pedro also asks if he is against the dictatorship, and his father says that children should only play and study in school. Pedro responds that Daniel cannot go to school because his father is detained. Finally, Pedro's father tells him to sleep. In analyzing the text, it is important to note that the author uses colloquial language and misspellings, which may be intentional to convey the characters' personalities and backgrounds. However, it is important to correct spelling and grammar mistakes for clarity. One notable aspect of the text is Pedro's character development. At the beginning of the scene, Pedro is portrayed as a child who only thinks about soccer and candy. However, as the conversation progresses, Pedro shows curiosity and intelligence by asking his father about the dictatorship and Don Daniel's arrest. He also shows empathy towards Daniel's situation and understands the severity of the dictatorship. This character development is significant because it shows Pedro's growth and maturity throughout the story. Another important aspect of the text is the father's perspective on the dictatorship. He understands the severity of the situation and is against it, but he also wants to shield his children from the harsh reality. This is evident when he tells Pedro that children should only play and study in school. This perspective is common among parents who want to protect their children from the harsh realities of the world. In conclusion, "La Composición" by Antonio Skármeta is a powerful scene that depicts the impact of the dictatorship on a family. The author uses colloquial language and misspellings to convey the characters' personalities and backgrounds. Pedro's character development and the father's perspective on the dictatorship are significant aspects of the text.
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