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This book questions three widely accepted ideas about supposed backwardness of the Spanish Romantic period: that progressive liberal political thought was weak, that literary thought rapidly became dominated by conservative ideas, and that the most experimental phase of literature were short-lived. It does so in turn by examining political thought, literary thought, and a group of experimental authors: Espronceda, Ros de Olano, Alvarez, and Ovejas.
|Translated title of the contribution||Political Revolution and Literary Experiment in the Spanish Romantic Period (1830-1850)|
|Publisher||Edwin Mellen Press|
|Number of pages||406|
|Publication status||Published - 1999|
Andrew J Ginger (Invited speaker)23 Mar 2012
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