Encounters Across Borders: The Changing Visions of Spanish Modernism, 1890-1930
This volume examines the impact of the changing conceptualization of empire, narration, time, space, subjectivity and textuality that characterizes global modernism and traces its development within the cultural specificty of the Spain of these years. It identifies Spanish cultural manifestations that link the nation to other global phenomena while also analyzing those that contribute to the production of unique Spanish cultural expression.
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