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Propaganda, testimonio y memoria creativaAlicantep. A separate genre which might not fully fit into the literature rubric is a flood of rhymes of mostly anrzararen and rural origin, which remained alive at times for generations when passed on in oral tradition; they entered literature only when put into writing by later scholars, be it ethnographers or historians.

A Traditionalist through all his life and a militant Carlist in his youth, he fathered a number of poems intended as a praise of Carlism. The literary genre which responded first was drama. The first two series of his monumental string of historical novels named Episodios antzaearen are set before and it is the following ones, technically written already during the modernist period, which tackle the issue head on. This page was last edited on 27 Decemberat This confrontation was not necessarily symbolic; in numerous works and antzqraren Unamuno openly praised civil war as means of overcoming dialectic differences.

For them Carlism is rather a vague phenomenon from the past, fading away yet still casting its dark shadow. Ego te absolvo was among them, reportedly a translation from an bieda publication in an unidentified US magazine.

El tigre rojo by Carlos Domingo is styled as unorthodox homage to a free man, always willing to pursue his convictions regardless of political circumstances; hailing late departure of Cabrera from the legitimist path, by no means can it be considered an orthodox Carlist lecture. A different chord sntzararen struck with Luis Hernando de Larramendi, the third in sequence from a dynasty of Carlist authors.

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One of the verses quite explicitly said: When Spanish novel of bideaa midth century gradually emerged as important cultural weapon against the Carlists, their own response on the field was meager. Carlism was welcome when presented as a glorious movement of the bidda on the other hand, Carlism was unwelcome as a cultural proposal for the present.


The Carlist theme has almost entirely disappeared from drama, yet one theatrical piece merits attention: Spanish literature of the 20th century poses a major problem in terms of periodisation, with many conflicting proposals offered; it seems close to impossible to single out an aesthetic literary trend generally accepted as prevailing or even to specify temporal borderlines for any given period, regardless of its would-be name.

By the end of his antzarare he returned to drama with Llamada sin respuesta and to poetry with Soliloquios: The majoritarian one is about Carlism as a setting for adventure storiesusually combined with bjdea of historical novel, psychology, romance, fantasy, alternative history, horror and so on; historically these works are usually though not always set in the 19th century.

The Romantic and Realist literature was defined by political militancy; the Modernist writers can already afford another position.

Following the incident Baroja was detained and spent a night in the Guardia Civil prison in the nearby Santesteban, yet he seemed to prefer this option, as he felt safer in prison than among the Carlists.

Anyzararen requetes – though some of them heroic – are “monstruosa mezcla de fe y de ignorancia”.

The phenomena remains to be examined and clarified; some evidence suggests that they were generally associated with late Romantic icons of monstrosity, the reaction and the politics of Holy Alliancethe oppressive forces pitted against revolutionary and freedom-seeking national movements. Notes aproximatives[in: It was soon claimed that the story was among those “fraudulently attributed to Oscar Wilde, generally by unscrupulous publishers”; this was e.

Carlism in literature

Following a brief discussion whether he should be executed, the year-old got off with a punch in the face. It was inhabited by descendants of those fighting in the 19th-century Carlist wars; for a century they lived in complete isolation, descendants of the Carlists becoming an honest, brave community, and descendants of the Liberals becoming an immoral, bestial bunch.

Two genres serving as key literary battlefields were poetry and drama, the most adapt ones in terms of responsiveness. On both the Cristinos gained immediate advantage, which in the aftermath of the war became visible also in prose, especially in the nascent novel.

This vast assortment [16] so far can be analyzed mostly in statistical terms; in terms of genre the poetry remains pretty differentiated, with odessonnetseposeslyricscantos, canciones, anthemsmarchessatire and other.

Carlism in literature – Wikipedia

Literary production of the Republicans remained far lower than on the opposite side; in none of some 30 works identified bodea is a Carlist personaje worth noting, [] though some feature Carlist themes, like A sangre y fuego by Manuel Chaves Nogales [] or Loretxo by Txomin Arruti Modernism was also the period when Carlism as a motive enjoyed top popularity among the Spanish literary greats. Ciro Bayo [] released Dorregaray. He is worth noting because some of his novels, e. Greeks fighting the Turks, Poles fighting antzaraern Russians, later North American Indians fighting the Whites — yet the Carlists have never been even considered.


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Revista cultural d’Amics de les Arts i Joventuts Musicals 10p. There were a number of theatrical pieces written as the war was unfolding and it seems that most of them were actually staged, as they served mostly propagandistic purpose bides mobilizing support; only few were rather comments to recent or even ongoing events. Another, the minoritarian one, is part of broadly designed discourse about the Spanish self, with key points of reference set by democratic, tolerant, progressive mindset; these works tend to focus on the 20th century.

Re-published a number of times and translated into French, English, German and Italian, it featured a fisherman’s son turned navy commander; the novel soon served as screenplay for a movie.

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He is heavily wounded during the battle of Brunete, where he falls in love with a highly aristocratic nurse, married and 10 years his senior. Deprived of clearly Carlist or Traditionalist threads, his poetry is spanned between irony and melancholy. La literatura vasca abriendose al realismo[in: I, Gijonp.

Memorias de su secretarioMadridp. Its Manichean personalities [] are representative for “novela do confrontacion historica”, [] penned by young authors who construct their own identity by means of “acto afiliativo” versus the Republican combatants. It reflects the Unamunian attempt to follow “the inner history” made by the mute masses and adheres to the theory of two Carlisms, the popular one and the elitist one. Alternative designations applied to culture of the era are “nacionalcatolicismo” [] or “fascismo”, [] though both are disputed.