Volume 24 of our bilingual series of books (BLOOD WEDDING ANNOTATED-- BODAS DE SANGRE COMENTADO) is provided as an aid for students (especially bilingual students) who are studying this famous drama of Federico García Lorca for the first time. "Blood Wedding ― Bodas de Sangre" is one of García Lorca's most popular and universal dramas. It is a story of love, honor, betrayal and vengeance in rural Andalucía that occurred some one hundred years ago, based on a newspaper article Lorca had read in the local press. The work has been read by millions in Spanish and in numerous translations the world over.This eBook has a broad introduction to the life and work of Federico García Lorca and also comments on the work itself for a better understanding of the reader. Also included are photos taken by Harry Babbitt, Ph.D. while touring the region of Andalusia where the work is carried out, during his trips to Spain. Copious notes and explanations are provided to help students understand the challenging metaphors and complex symbolism for which Lorca is well known. Thus, it is easy for either English or Spanish-speaking students to read the play and consult notes in the language of their choice for a better understanding of one of the most famous dramatic works of the 20th century.This book is the 24th in a series of bilingual guides (English & Spanish) for teachers and students -- each featuring an important topic in the field of history, literature or art of Spain and Latin America. Beginning students in either language can learn about their culture in their native language and advanced students can concentrate on the new language they want to learn. Why not learn a language and, at the same time, learn about its great culture by studying history, literature and art? These guides will be especially helpful for bilingual students who will learn to appreciate their history and background in either or both languages.