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The Resource A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s, Chris Perriam[and others]

A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s, Chris Perriam[and others]

Label
A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s
Title
A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s
Statement of responsibility
Chris Perriam[and others]
Title variation
History of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
860.9006
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Perriam, Chris
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Spanish literature
Label
A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s, Chris Perriam[and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [222]-234) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. First Perspectives: Spain from 1939 to the 1990s -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Springtime for Franco: From 1939 to the early 1950s -- 1.3. Making the Dictatorship Work: Change in the 1950s -- 1.4. Cracks and Fissures: 1962-1975 -- 1.5. Changes: 1975-1996 -- 2. Rewriting History -- 2.1. Eternal Spain: The Mythology of Empire -- 2.2. Educational Texts: Indoctrinating the Young -- 2.3. Poetry of the 1940s: Victory, 'Rootedness', Uncertainty -- 2.4. Drama: Restaging the Past -- 2.5. Prose Writing in the 1940s -- 3. Reclaiming History -- 3.1. Essays in New History -- 3.2. Poetry: Becoming Committed -- 3.3. Drama: History in Motion -- 3.4. Representing Ordinary Histories: Ramon Jose Sender and Ignacio Aldecoa -- 3.5. Deconstructing History -- 4. Keeping it in the Family -- 4.1. Constructing the Model -- 4.2. Deconstructing the Model -- 4.3. Family Dramas -- 4.4. Women Writing the Family -- 4.5. Modernization and the Family -- 5. Power and Disempowerment -- 5.1. Gendered Discourses of Power -- 5.2. Church and State -- 5.3. Answering Back -- 5.4. Against the PSOE -- 6. Languages of Silence -- 6.1. Keeping it Quiet -- 6.2. Poetry of Exile and Absence -- 7. Getting a Sense of Reality -- 7.1. Power and Reality -- 7.2. Versions of Realism -- 7.3. From Realism to Anti-Realism? -- 7.4. Escapisms and Realisms in the Theatre -- 7.5. New Realism in Poetry -- 8. New Writing: New Spain? -- 8.1. Problems of Categorization -- 8.2. Experience and Experimentalism: Juan Goytisolo and Juan Benet -- 8.3. A Return to Realism -- 8.4. Wild Fantasies -- 8.5. Poetic Rewrites -- 8.6. 'New' Theatre: Abolishing the Pyrenees -- 9. Languages of Pleasure -- 9.1. The Persistence of Romance -- 9.2. Eroticism and Sexual Liberation -- 9.3. Pleasure in Poetry -- 9.4. Commercial Erotica -- 10. Through the Kaleidoscope -- 10.1. From One Nation to Many -- 10.2. Old and New Voices -- 10.3. Women's Voices? -- 10.4. Generation X: Who am I? -- 10.5. Resexing the Nation
Control code
44152874
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 241 pages
Isbn
9780198715177
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
A new history of Spanish writing 1939 to the 1990s, Chris Perriam[and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [222]-234) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1. First Perspectives: Spain from 1939 to the 1990s -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Springtime for Franco: From 1939 to the early 1950s -- 1.3. Making the Dictatorship Work: Change in the 1950s -- 1.4. Cracks and Fissures: 1962-1975 -- 1.5. Changes: 1975-1996 -- 2. Rewriting History -- 2.1. Eternal Spain: The Mythology of Empire -- 2.2. Educational Texts: Indoctrinating the Young -- 2.3. Poetry of the 1940s: Victory, 'Rootedness', Uncertainty -- 2.4. Drama: Restaging the Past -- 2.5. Prose Writing in the 1940s -- 3. Reclaiming History -- 3.1. Essays in New History -- 3.2. Poetry: Becoming Committed -- 3.3. Drama: History in Motion -- 3.4. Representing Ordinary Histories: Ramon Jose Sender and Ignacio Aldecoa -- 3.5. Deconstructing History -- 4. Keeping it in the Family -- 4.1. Constructing the Model -- 4.2. Deconstructing the Model -- 4.3. Family Dramas -- 4.4. Women Writing the Family -- 4.5. Modernization and the Family -- 5. Power and Disempowerment -- 5.1. Gendered Discourses of Power -- 5.2. Church and State -- 5.3. Answering Back -- 5.4. Against the PSOE -- 6. Languages of Silence -- 6.1. Keeping it Quiet -- 6.2. Poetry of Exile and Absence -- 7. Getting a Sense of Reality -- 7.1. Power and Reality -- 7.2. Versions of Realism -- 7.3. From Realism to Anti-Realism? -- 7.4. Escapisms and Realisms in the Theatre -- 7.5. New Realism in Poetry -- 8. New Writing: New Spain? -- 8.1. Problems of Categorization -- 8.2. Experience and Experimentalism: Juan Goytisolo and Juan Benet -- 8.3. A Return to Realism -- 8.4. Wild Fantasies -- 8.5. Poetic Rewrites -- 8.6. 'New' Theatre: Abolishing the Pyrenees -- 9. Languages of Pleasure -- 9.1. The Persistence of Romance -- 9.2. Eroticism and Sexual Liberation -- 9.3. Pleasure in Poetry -- 9.4. Commercial Erotica -- 10. Through the Kaleidoscope -- 10.1. From One Nation to Many -- 10.2. Old and New Voices -- 10.3. Women's Voices? -- 10.4. Generation X: Who am I? -- 10.5. Resexing the Nation
Control code
44152874
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ix, 241 pages
Isbn
9780198715177
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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