A Further Range: Studies in Modern Spanish Literature from Galdos to Unamuno

A Further Range: Studies in Modern Spanish Literature from Galdos to Unamuno

By: Anthony H. Clarke (author), Peter A. Bly (contributor), Nelly Clemessy (contributor), David Henn (contributor), Jean-Francois Botrel (contributor), Rodolfo Cardona (contributor), Anthony H. Clarke (contributor), Herran Herran (contributor), Hitchcock Hitchcock (contributor), Julia Biggane (contributor)Hardback

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The late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Spanish literature discussed in this volume falls into two main categories: the work of the Galician novelist, short-story writer and critic, Emilia Pardo Bazan, and the wider context of prose fiction and criticism during the period 1870 to 1935. These two areas represent the main spheres of interest of the distinguished scholar and critic Maurice Hemingway, to whose memory this volume is dedicated. Maurice Hemingway was associated with Hispanic scholarship of the highest quality and this book exemplifies the appreciation of Hemingway's work by his colleagues and academic friends in the UK, Spain, France, USA and Canada. Hispanists involved with modern Spanish literature will find the book crucial to their investigations.

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Anthony H. Clarke is Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Birmingham.


1. Genre and uncertainty in "La Dama Joven" 2. Los personajes secundarios de "Nazarin" 3. La recepcion de "Pequeneces" del Padre Luis Coloma 4. Ciclo Adan y Eva - la autobiografia de don Benicio Neira en version de Emilia Pardo Bazan 5. Unas cartas de Emilia Pardo Bazan a Benito Perez Galdos 6. "P.A." and P.B. ("Penas arriba" and Pardo Bazan"; looking for scapegoats - Pardo Bazan and the war of 1898 7. Emilia Pardo Bazan: los preludios de una "Insolacion" (entre junio de 1887 y marzo de 1889) 8. Galicia in English books on Spain in the lifetime of Emilia Pardo Bazan 9. From Realism to Modernism in Spanish fiction 10. Sentimental battles - an introduction to the works of Alberto Insua 11. The "history" of Jose Maria Fajardo in the fourth series of Galdos's "Episdios Nacionales" 12. Boundaries and black holes - the physics and personality and representation in Unamuno 13. Religion in Galdos's "Miau"

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  • publication date: 01/05/1999
  • ISBN13: 9780859895750
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 305
  • ID: 9780859895750
  • weight: 580
  • ISBN10: 0859895750

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