Francisco García Lorca, in analyzing the idiosyncrasy of the two towns where his brother Federico spent his childhood, dares to make the following judgment: “Without giving too rigorous an interpretation to what I am going to say, La zapatera prodigiosa (The Shoemaker’s Prodigious Wife) could be the literary projection of the character of Fuente Vaqueros and La casa de Bernarda Alba (The House of Bernarda Alba), in Valderrubio”.