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Routledge
31 March 2015
European history; 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000; Spanish Civil War; Political structures: democracy
This volume brings together new interdisciplinary perspectives on the Spanish Civil War, its victims, its contentious ending, and its aftermath. In exploring the slow demise of the Spanish Republic and the course of the Civil War, the authors have chosen to range in turn over cinematic, literary and historical depictions of the era. In addition, reactions elsewhere in Europe to the Spanish conflict are examined; the role of the International Brigades is looked at afresh; the fate of children displaced during the Civil War is explored; and the Spanish anarcho-syndicalist movement is revisited. The volume shows that to be any kind of soldier in the armies of the Republic, or even to be seen as a Republican sympathiser, was to become a non-person in the new order in Spain under Franco, and sets what supporters of the Republic had to endure within the wider European and international context of the period. This book offers timely fresh insights into the failure of the Spanish Republic and into a society that tried in vain to unite its divided people during what was a seismic era in Spain's history.

This book was originally published as a special issue of Bulletin of Spanish Studies.
Edited by:   Susana Belenguer (Trinity College Dublin Ireland), Ciaran Cosgrove (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland), James Whiston (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland)
Imprint:   Routledge
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 248mm,  Width: 171mm, 
Weight:   748g
ISBN:   9781138847460
ISBN 10:   1138847461
Pages:   338
Publication Date:   31 March 2015
Audience:   College/higher education ,  Further / Higher Education ,  A / AS level
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Preliminary Note 1. Introduction Part I: Cinema 2. Las 13 rosas (2007): el cine como reconstructor de memoria 3. Spanish Cinema during the Final Year of the Civil War: The Republicans' Last Documentaries and Francoist Triumphalism 4. Bio-Pic/Death Story: Emilio Martinez-Lazaro's Las 13 rosas 5. Triunfalismo nacional y mistica guerrera en !Harka! y !A mi la Legion! 6. La Guerra Civil en el cine espan~ ol de la democracia o como perduran los mitos Part II: Literature 7. Los intelectuales y escritores republicanos frente a la derrota: la vision de los novelistas 8. `La guerre est toujours la': Defeat, Exile and Resistance in the Works of Jorge Semprun 9. Escribir el trauma en femenino: las obras de Agustin Gomez-Arcos y Dulce Chacon 10. Irish Literary Responses to the Spanish Civil War - With Particular Reference to Peadar O'Donnell's Salud! An Irishman in Spain (1937) 11. El concepto `Espana' como desencadenante de la moral de Victoria en la poesia de la Guerra Civil espanola 12. Bearing Witness: Carlota O'Neill's Una mujer en la Guerra de Espana Part III: History Part III: History 13. The `Salamanca Papers': Plunder, Collaboration, Surveillance and Restitution 14. El relevo en la propaganda oficial de la Guerra Civil espanola: de Jaume Miravitlles a Dionisio Ridruejo 15. La voluntad del retorno: correspondencia desde el exilio catalan 16. Ireland and the Fall of the Second Republic in Spain 17. Propaganda in Franco's Time 18. Fracturas de guerra: los ninos de la Guerra Civil espanola en el Reino Unido y la Union Sovietica 19. Casado's Ghosts: Demythologizing the End of the Spanish Republic 20. Spanish Refugee Children in France, 1939: An Insight into Their Experiences, Opinions and Culture 21. Apatridas republicanos en campos de concentracion Nazis 22. The Victors Write History, the Vanquished Literature: Myth, Distortion and Truth in the XV Brigade

Susana Bayo Belenguer is Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. Ciaran Cosgrove is Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Head of Hispanic Studies at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. James Whiston is Emeritus Professor in Hispanic Studies at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.

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