Hacia la novela nueva: Essays on the Spanish Avant-Garde Novel (English and Spanish Edition)

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This volume of essays in Spanish and English examines some of the key issues which surround the emergence of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. The experimental novel of the 1920s is seen as the culmination of a process of change in approaches to the novel which began early in the century and was further promoted by Spain’s key Avant-Gardist Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Several essays focus on the form of the novel and seek to shed new light on the role of José Ortega y Gasset as mentor to the new writers of the 1920s and on our understanding of his use of the term ‘dehumanisation’. Other essays focus on individual works or individual writers (Benjamín Jarnés, Antonio Espina, Mario Verdaguer, César Arconada) to explore a range of topics including the links between experimental writing in Spain and in other countries, the metafictional novel, the demise of the hero, the novelist as a professional writer, and finally the decline of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain in the 1930s as writers abandoned experimental fiction, turned to writing more socially – or politically – committed works or contributed to the new vogue of novelised biographies.

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The Editor: Francis Lough was born in Clydebank, Scotland. He now lives in England and is a Senior Lecturer in Spanish at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He took his doctorate at the University of Salford and specialises in twentieth century Hispanic narrative. He has published Politics and Philosophy in the Early Novels of Ramón J. Sender (1930-1936): The Impossible Revolution (1996), in addition to a range of articles and essays on Ramón J. Sender, Benjamín Jarnés and Felisberto Hernández.

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«There is much wealth in this volume, which is one of the few to redress the bias towards poetry, drama and the visual arts of this period. It is accessible and scholarly and can be recommended to both specialists in the field, as well as to provide an informed background for students interested in this vital period of Spanish literature.» (John McCulloch, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies)

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Edité par Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., New York, Wien, 2000. 220 pp. (2000)
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Description du livre Oxford, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt/M., New York, Wien, 2000. 220 pp., 2000. État : New. This volume of essays in Spanish and English examines some of the key issues which surround the emergence of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. The experimental novel of the 1920s is seen as the culmination of a process of change in approaches to the novel which began early in the century and was further promoted by Spain?s key Avant-Gardist Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Several essays focus on the form of the novel and seek to shed new light on the role of José Ortega y Gasset as mentor to the new writers of the 1920s and on our understanding of his use of the term ?dehumanisation? Other essays focus on individual works or individual writers (Benjamín Jarnés, Antonio Espina, Mario Verdaguer, César Arconada) to explore a range of topics including the links between experimental writing in Spain and in other countries, the metafictional novel, the demise of the hero, the novelist as a professional writer, and finally the decline of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain in the 1930s as writers abandoned experimental fiction, turned to writing more socially ? or politically ? committed works or contributed to the new vogue of novelised biographies. N° de réf. du libraire 76590

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Description du livre Peter Lang Dez 2000, 2000. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. Neuware - This volume of essays in Spanish and English examines some of the key issues which surround the emergence of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. The experimental novel of the 1920s is seen as the culmination of a process of change in approaches to the novel which began early in the century and was further promoted by Spain's key Avant-Gardist Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Several essays focus on the form of the novel and seek to shed new light on the role of José Ortega y Gasset as mentor to the new writers of the 1920s and on our understanding of his use of the term 'dehumanisation'. Other essays focus on individual works or individual writers (Benjamín Jarnés, Antonio Espina, Mario Verdaguer, César Arconada) to explore a range of topics including the links between experimental writing in Spain and in other countries, the metafictional novel, the demise of the hero, the novelist as a professional writer, and finally the decline of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain in the 1930s as writers abandoned experimental fiction, turned to writing more socially - or politically - committed works or contributed to the new vogue of novelised biographies. 220 pp. Englisch, Spanisch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783906765907

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Description du livre Verlag Peter Lang, Switzerland, 2000. Paperback. État : New. Bilingual. Language: English,Spanish . Brand New Book. This volume of essays in Spanish and English examines some of the key issues which surround the emergence of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. The experimental novel of the 1920s is seen as the culmination of a process of change in approaches to the novel which began early in the century and was further promoted by Spain s key Avant-Gardist Ramon Gomez de la Serna. Several essays focus on the form of the novel and seek to shed new light on the role of Jose Ortega y Gasset as mentor to the new writers of the 1920s and on our understanding of his use of the term dehumanisation . Other essays focus on individual works or individual writers (Benjamin Jarnes, Antonio Espina, Mario Verdaguer, Cesar Arconada) to explore a range of topics including the links between experimental writing in Spain and in other countries, the metafictional novel, the demise of the hero, the novelist as a professional writer, and finally the decline of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain in the 1930s as writers abandoned experimental fiction, turned to writing more socially - or politically - committed works or contributed to the new vogue of novelised biographies. N° de réf. du libraire LIB9783906765907

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Description du livre Peter Lang Dez 2000, 2000. Taschenbuch. État : Neu. Neuware - This volume of essays in Spanish and English examines some of the key issues which surround the emergence of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain at the beginning of the twentieth century. The experimental novel of the 1920s is seen as the culmination of a process of change in approaches to the novel which began early in the century and was further promoted by Spain's key Avant-Gardist Ramón Gómez de la Serna. Several essays focus on the form of the novel and seek to shed new light on the role of José Ortega y Gasset as mentor to the new writers of the 1920s and on our understanding of his use of the term 'dehumanisation'. Other essays focus on individual works or individual writers (Benjamín Jarnés, Antonio Espina, Mario Verdaguer, César Arconada) to explore a range of topics including the links between experimental writing in Spain and in other countries, the metafictional novel, the demise of the hero, the novelist as a professional writer, and finally the decline of the Avant-Garde novel in Spain in the 1930s as writers abandoned experimental fiction, turned to writing more socially - or politically - committed works or contributed to the new vogue of novelised biographies. 220 pp. Englisch, Spanisch. N° de réf. du libraire 9783906765907

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