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The Spanish Civil War : exhuming a buried past

Author: Anindya Raychaudhuri
Publisher: Cardiff : Univ. of Wales Press, 2013.
Series: Iberian and LAtin American studies
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

While the intricate relationship between history and representation is of central concern in society everywhere, it is perhaps alive in Spain than in any other European country. This book features  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anindya Raychaudhuri
OCLC Number: 854710993
Description: XVIII, 230 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: Introduction Anindya Raychaudhuri Chapter 1: Franco, the Catholic Church and the Martyrs Julian Casanova Chapter 2: American Women and Anti-Fascism in the Spanish Republican Relief Campaigns, 1936-1940 Eric R. Smith Chapter 3: Forgotten Names, Remembered Faces - The Bookshop Manager John D. Mehta Chapter 4: At their most vulnerable: the memory of British and Irish prisoners of war in San Pedro de Cardena David Convery Chapter 5: The Tragic Exodus: Malaga, February 1937 Andres Arenas and Enrique Giron Chapter 6: (Per)Forming Historical Memories: Leaving Monuments for Magazines Clare Wydell Chapter 7: The Spanish Civil War and the Politics of Affectivity in the New Millennium: The Case of la guerra de esquelas Helena Lopez Chapter 8: The Seige of the Alcazar of Toledo and the Collier's Weekly Mercedes Aguirre Chapter 9: Dust to Dust: Symbolism of Earth in the Memorialisation of the Spanish Civil War Anindya Raychaudhuri Chapter 10: 'Grieving in a New Way for New Losses': British Elegies on The Spanish Civil War Patricia Rae Chapter 11: 'It's the Art of Always Falling on Your Feet!' Exile, Communism and Memories of the Spanish Civil War in the Writing of Jorge Semprun Stephen Hopkins Chapter 12: Representations of the Spanish Civil War in Recent Novels by Dulce Chacon and Angeles Caso Sarah Leggott Chapter 13: Dangers and Insights - 'Spain 1937' and the Aesthetic Experience Edward Quipp Chapter 14: Inspired Neglect? Three Fascist Artists of the Spanish Civil War Rob Stradling Chapter 15: A New Reality: Anarchism and Visual Culture in Twentieth-Century Spain Sharif Gemie
Series Title: Iberian and LAtin American studies
Responsibility: ed. by Anindya Raychaudhuri.


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