A representative play of the Latin-American repertoire where the destruction of a bourgeois class, indifferent for the problems, which surround her, is described. The writer has as an epicenter of its questioning the unavoidable result caused by the indifference of the bourgeois class for the class of the poor and outcast of Chile. The play's theme is the invasion in the private place by an exterior threat. The person accepting the threat is a 40 year-old bourgeois woman and the invader is a poet, representative of the luben -proletariat. As Wolf himself notes: the play deals with the lack of understanding or the foreseen destruction of the bourgeois class by a rising proletariat, or even, the conflict between two civilizations repulsing one another.