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Pelay also read a monologue "El judio erante. Most critics felt this was also a way for Pelay to take advantage of the corresponding success of his sainete Judio, which was on stage at the same time.

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In an interview regarding Judia, published in Comoedia, Pelay clearly stated the reason for the name was that the protagonist is Jewish and, furthermore, it has nothing to do with the success of Judio. He hoped that his effort would produce something on the order of American musical theatre.

Above the bed is a sign "teatro nacional" and on a table in front of the bed sainete criollo medicine bottles labeled "Judia," "Judio-Aaron" a play by Samuel Eichelbaum in the teatro Sarmiento and "Judio.

Perhaps the ailing patient would survive and get well. The reviewer described the sainete criollo as "una obra de grandes valores The play opened in the teatro Ideal in April The unsigned review appeared in Comoedia shortly after the play opened.

However, when a play suggested anti-Semitism existed or defended Jews on the basis sainete criollo their right to be practicing Jews, than this was wrong. This attitude fits in well with the apparent presentation of Christians being tolerant and open to intermarriage, while Jews were not.

To present Jews as usurers and sharp traders was all right because, apparently, reviewers felt this was a statement of fact that did not need commentary. Thus the Jew as the "other" is clearly denoted. He has been arrested for trying to seduce a woman in public, or according to the arresting officer, Cabo Pizza: Jacobo tried to get it back and the policeman not only arrested him but congratulated the woman on besting the Jew.

In the police station, Jacobo prays in "Idisch" and moans aloud sainete criollo he is accused of being a fence, or as described by the desk officer "[[exclamdown]]Este Judio ha sido detenido por reducidor! His only crime is that he asked a Christian woman to marry him.

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She sainete criollo him on by calling him affectionately "Jacobito" when she asks him why he wants to marry her since he is a Jew. He replies "Soy Judio, piro tengo todo lo qui tiene un cristiano.

However, when it is between an immigrant Jew and a creole woman, sainete criollo is for immoral reasons and the subject for arrest. The old myth that Jewish men are corrupters of Christian women clearly had currency in Argentina, a country purportedly free from anti-Semitism.

Probably one of the best known of the saineteros sainete criollo Alberto Vacarezza Famous for his sainetes dealing with the life of the poor in the slum neighborhoods of Buenos Aires, he created a whole host of characters that have become part of the folklore of the city sainete criollo Buenos Aires.

Two of his works are devoted exclusively to "Jewish" themes and two others includes a Jewish character.

Those sainetes that are devoted to Jewish themes are El barrio de los JudiosEl cambalache de la buena suerte The other two that contain at least one Jewish character are El cabo Quijote and Los pesqueros El Barrio de los Judios, a sainete in verse in one act and three cuadros, debuted in the teatro Nacional during the winter season of It is a revista with three cuadras and takes place in a compra-venta, or as called in Sainete criollo Spanish, a cambalache.

The image presented by Vacarezza of Jews is at best a two-dimensional stereotype of a cheating usurious sharp trader engaged in the second-hand trade.