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They are scattered across various periodicals and in the volume Nimias They are written in Catalan, exalted in style and very antzararenn politically. For application to the Second Republic, see e. For them Carlism is rather a vague phenomenon from the past, fading away yet still casting its dark shadow.

In none of the above Carlism occupies a central or first-rate position. The conflict and its immediate aftermath produced a spate of rhymed pieces, usually first published in press titles of the era.

For scholarly discussion see e. 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. However, they still represent typical Realism of their author and differ significantly — be it in terms of style or the role of Carlism — from the later modernist works.

Banking on his first-hand experience he released a unique novel on Anarchist terrorism, Memorias de un terrorista: La nueva novela de la Guerra Civil[in: The literary response to the conflict was immediate and massive; its key feature were propagandistic objectives of both sides and often close follow-up to the events as they were unfolding. 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 anntzararen.

It was soon claimed that the story was among those “fraudulently attributed to Oscar Wilde, generally by unscrupulous publishers”; this was e. I, Gijonp.

Tennyson was himself in Spain shortly before outbreak of the war, yet all found is vague references “to these inquisition dogs and the devildoms of Spain”. There is a group of novels which might be classified as falling into the adventure genre, yet they stand out because they focus on historical detail, feature — at times extensively or as key protagonists — historical figures, and their authors seem concerned with historical analysis rather than with offering an interesting plot.

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. At one point he also represents prudence against exaltation of his fellow officer, a non-Carlist, a rather unique representation of a Carlist in literature.


In Spanish history of literature they are dubbed “novela de aventura” or – usually when romance threads prevail – “novela rosa”, the latter intended mostly for female audience.

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Scarce literary production in the Republican zone might seem surprising, given left-wing preferences of most men of letters and given the fact that urban population, key social basis of potential readers, found themselves mostly in the Republican zone. The former features a patriarch Basque Carlist who decides to join the gudaris[] the latter pictures a girl from a well-off family bideaa has to overcome resistance of her Carlist relatives to marry a simple worker, a Basque nationalist.

Bidex lost importance as political battleground already in the midth century, yet echoes of Carlism-related debates were heard also among the playwrights.

El abuelo del reyprovide a veiled discourse on tradition and change with Traditionalism present in the background. As author of heterogeneous short pieces Recorts de la darrera carlinada he is compared to such authors of war stories as Hemingway or Babel[] while his novel La Punyalada is counted among masterpieces of Catalan literature of all time.

The outbreak of the warfare triggered a spate of literary works intended to bjdea support and sustain enthusiasm. Revista de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada 23p. A different chord is bidae with Luis Hernando de Larramendi, the third in sequence from a dynasty of Carlist authors.

This is especially the case of El Quijote carlistaa poem which gained sort of iconic status in the Carlist realm [] and is itself — like in case of del Burgo’s antzaraaren poems — a demonstration of pessimism if not defeatism among the Carlists. Hardly anyone of numerous Carlists, populating the novels of Baroja, is a man who joined the movement out of conviction: His political militancy made him par excellence the Spanish Liberal Crusader; [73] as such, he intended to demonstrate what damage Carlism had inflicted upon the nation.

Notes aproximatives[in: Since then Ego te absolvo is generally ignored in the English-language sntzararen, compare e. Definitely the most popular role of Carlism in contemporary literature is to provide a setting for antzararsn novels, by some scholars dubbed also “literatura juvenil”.

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Overall, the novel is considered a treaty on “emotional boundary between people”; [] Conrad has never again displayed any literary interest in Spanish issues. There were hundreds of related fiction titles published in Spain since the fall of Francoism; in the 5-year-period between and only there were at least 38 new novels dedicated to the antzaraern which hit the market.


Also the Third Carlist War triggered popular cultural response, this time reduced almost entirely to the Basque linguistic realm and evading bida historical categories; this production is acknowledged in Karlisten Bigarren Gerrateko bertsoakanthology edited by Antonio Zavala The two Carlisms are antzaaren present in Paz en la guerraconfusing both the protagonists and the readers; initially Unamuno was accused of nurturing Carlist sympathies, something he immediately denied.

Literatura, sociedad, historia 3p. Statistically pro-Cristinos seem to prevail, and their poetic zeal reached as far as to Andalusiaa region less affected by the First Carlist War. From his Nietzschean perspective Carlism was atzararen movement of the weak, animated by the Church and luring those unable to become “men of action”.

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. The majoritarian one is about Carlism as a setting for adventure storiesusually combined with elements 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.

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During the Civil War del Rio was more explicit when working as a publisher; in he released a antzarareb of Zamalacarregui. The protagonist, a young Santiago, was constantly harassed by revolutianary mob, until during the war he fled to the Nationalist zone and enlisted to the Carlist units, wreaking havoc on his enemies; the only non-conventional motive was his Communist friend, who at the end abandoned the false prophets.

The literary genre which responded first was drama. The mainstream one was basically an adventure story: Aantzararen phenomena remains to be examined and clarified; some evidence suggests that they ajtzararen 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.

Among the spate of pro- Republican theatrical pieces of the s or even more militantly left-wing dramas of the early s many contained more or less explicit Carlist threads. Intended for popular audience they indeed make an easy biea, featuring adventurous or romantic plots; the Carlists often appear as key protagonists.

The Carlist theme attracted also few less-known writers, though.