'Two one-act plays with a night-marish atmosphere, Grand Guignol elements and symbolic character. They belong to the theatrical tradition, which chooses religious themes and elaborates them from a cosmic aspect. Both of them have the peculiarity to exist between symbolism and surrealism. The plot in the play ''Chronicles of Hell'' refers to the battle between the animal and the corruptive forces. The forces of wear refer to the clergymen, in the closed society of the priests, somewhere in the Middle Ages, when the Clergy intervened in the social life of the people. The writer personalizes the seven deadly sins, through seven priests who are in an ethical degradation. Central points of reference in the contemporary society is the morbid submission of the feelings of fear and guilt in human caused by the family and religion, the unmasking of the ethical decay of the Clergy men and the denunciation of a lost religious faith. 'Escorial' is a Spanish Palace, dungeon and monastery of the Middle Ages, built by Phillip II. A heavy atmosphere exists in the whole play, which indicates the place of action but also the depths of the soul. It is about an adroit and vivid game upon the human personality and the fear of death.