5 edition of A New History of Spanish Writing, 1939 to the 1990s found in the catalog.
July 27, 2000
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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A New History of Spanish Writing, to the s explores the diversity of some sixty years of imaginative writing by Spaniards, its interactions with Spain's peculiarly dramatic history since the end of its Civil War, and its wider thematic significance.
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Oxford: Oxford University Press, Author: Robert C. Spires. A New History of Spanish Writing clearly * History * A coherent overview of the turbulent and challenging conditions in which Spanish writers have managed to publish.
* Peter Evans, Times Literary Supplement * It is refreshing to read a literary history that does not weigh more in kilos than it does in importance. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Notes on Contributors First Perspectives: Spain from to the s (starting p.1) Introduction (starting p.1) Springtime for Franco: From to the early s (starting p.1) Making the Dictatorship Work: Change in the.
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This is a thoroughly revised, updated and expanded edition of Ralph Penny's authoritative textbook, first published in As well as adding insights from recent scholarship throughout the text, Professor Penny has added a new chapter which discusses the nature of linguistic history, the concept of World Spanish, processes of convergence and divergence in Spanish, Cited by: Books shelved as spanish-history: The Battle for Spain: The Spanish Civil War by Antony Beevor, Imperial Spain, - by J.H.
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The earliest surviving monument of Spanish literature, and one of its most distinctive masterpieces, is the Cantar de mío Cid (“Song of My Cid”; also called Poema de mío Cid), an epic poem of the midth century (the existing manuscript is an imperfect copy of ).It tells of the fall from and restoration to royal favour of a Castilian noble, Rodrigo Díaz.
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