Literatura española, « fin de siglo»: Texto, contexto y crítica
By Del Mastro, Mark P and Bartlett, Linda B.
A critical and annotated anthology devoted exclusively to the "fin de siglo" literary movement of Spain's late 19th and early 20th centuries. The anthology highlights "modernismo" and "generacion del 98" works. Some of the featured authors in this text are: *Mariano José de Larra *Benito Pérez Galdós *Emilia Pardo Bazán *Rubén Darío (only non-Spaniard included in text for his contribution to "modernismo") *Antonìo Machado *Juan Ramón Jimènez *Ramón María del Valle-Inclán *Angel Ganivet *Ramiro de Maeztu *Santiago Ramón y Cajal *Pío Baroja *Azorín *Miguel de Unamuno *José Ortega y Gasset

This anthology has been highly praised:

"...the editors appear to be clearly aware of the ways in which literature develops out of tradition, historical circumstance, and new visions of older texts. Everything in the book is calculated to present the sense of rupture and repetition, order and chaos present during this period and to do so with all the tools necessary to allow students both to access the works and explore their own interests and associations. . . Compared to the older but good Patt/Nozick and Greenfield anthologies, which were perhaps the nearest attempts to join the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, this book is a great advance and should be around for many editions to come."

Thomas R. Franz, Hispania


DOI: 10.1036/0070163820

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Literatura española, « fin de siglo»: Texto, contexto y crítica
Author(s): Del Mastro, Mark P and Bartlett, Linda B.
ISBN: 0070163820
DOI: 10.1036/0070163820

Format: paperback, 458 pages.
Pub date: 1 Feb 1998
Copyright: 1998
$43.75 US
Product Line: McGraw-Hill Primis Custom Publishing

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