A comprehensive account of Spanish politics, literature, and culture from 1868 to the present day.
Table of Contents
List of illustrations; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; Chronology of major events; Glossary; Modern Spanish culture: an introduction David T. Gies; Part I. Culture: Centre and Periphery: 1. What does it mean to study modern Spanish culture? Stephanie Sieburth; 2. Spain as Castile: nationalism and national identity E. Inman Fox; 3. A cultural mapping of Catalonia Teresa M. Vilarós; 4. The Basque country Philip W. Silver; Part II. Culture and History: 5. History, politics and culture, 1875–1936 José Álvarez Junco; 6. History, politics and culture, 1936–1975 Carolyn P. Boyd; 7. History, politics and culture, 1975–1996 Santos Juliá; Part III. Culture and Prose: 8. Narrative in culture, 1868–1936 Roberta Johnson; 9. Narrative in culture, 1936–1975 Randolph D. Pope; 10. Narrative in culture, 1975–1996 Jo Labanyi; 11. Culture and the essay in modern Spain Thomas Mermall; Part IV. Culture and Poetry: 12. Poetry and culture, 1868–1936 Richard A. Cardwell; 13. Poetry and culture, 1936–1975 Andrew P. Debicki; 14. Poetry and culture, 1975–1996 Chris G. Perriam; Part V. Culture and Theatre: 15. Theatre and culture, 1868–1936 Dru Dougherty; 16. Theatre and culture, 1936–1996 Phyllis Zatlin; Part VI. Culture and the Arts: 17. Painting and sculpture in modern Spain José Martín Martínez; 18. Culture and cinema to 1975 Kathleen M. Vernon; 19. Culture and cinema, 1975–1996 Peter W. Evans; 20. A century of Spanish architecture Luis Fernández-Galiano; 21. Spanish music and cultural identity Roger D. Tinnell; 22. To live is to dance Laura Kumin; Part VII. Media: 23. The media in modern Spanish culture Philip Deacon; Index.
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