Indigenous Issues: Ecology, Land and Amerindian KnowledgeUtopias
Pájaro [Bird] is the third work written by the Chilean playwright Trinidad González, a er La reunión [The Reunion] and Elías. At night, a group of friends, all linked to the world of the arts and humanities, find themselves chatting and drinking wine in a snobbish and self‐satis ed manner. The owner of the house leaves the room to put the rubbish out. When she comes back, she brings with her an unknown person, who claims not to be a man, but a bird. The group of friends receive him in a pleasant and polite manner, but gradually the atmosphere becomes increasingly violent, in a slightly hidden manner at first, but decisively so.