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Voices, Silences and Echoes: A Theory of the Essay and the Critical Reception of Naturalism in Spain :

Bretz, Mary Lee

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ISBN 10: 1855660148 / ISBN 13: 9781855660144
Editorial: Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 1992
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This book explores the polemic surrounding the introduction of literary Naturalism in Spain (1860-1890), during which traditional Spanish institutions and traditional forms of authority were displaced by a variety of forces that c ompeted for authoritative status. Of the philosophical, theological, aesthetic, political and social factors which thus came together in a unique confluence of discourses and voices, the author stresses particularly the political factors and the intrusion of the female speaker in late nineteenth-century society. MARY LEE BRETZ is a Professor of Spanish at Rutgers State University, New Jersey. N° de ref. de la librería 467

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Título: Voices, Silences and Echoes: A Theory of the...

Editorial: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

Año de publicación: 1992

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Brand new

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This book explores the polemic surrounding the introduction of literary Naturalism in Spain (1860-1890), during which traditional Spanish institutions and traditional forms of authority were displaced by a variety of forces that competed for authoritative status. Of the philosophical, theological, aesthetic, political and social factors which thus came together in a unique confluence of discourses and voices, the author stresses particularly the political factors and the intrusion of the female speaker in late nineteenth-century society. MARY LEE BRETZ is a Professor of Spanish at Rutgers State University, New Jersey.

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