While the intricate relationship between history, memory and representation is of central concern in contemporary society everywhere, it is perhaps more alive in Spain than in any other European country. The seventy-fifth anniversary of the Spanish Civil War has re-ignited interest in this field a an interest that is reflected in this book and which it will reinforce. This book features cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research on the political, historical, cultural, and literary legacy of the Spanish Civil War by a mixture of new and leading scholars from Europe, North America and New Zealand.He admitted later, a#39;I didna#39;t want to say outright that we wouldna#39;t take a woman unless she was a nursea#39;, although she turned ... to understanding the communist experience and, I would add, the radical experience more generally (2000, 9a45) .
|Title||:||The Spanish Civil War - Exhuming a Buried Past|
|Publisher||:||University of Wales Press - 2013-03-01|