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Others simply follow the sequence set by the centuries, see Felipe B. Spanish literature of the 20th century poses a major problem in terms of periodisation, with many conflicting proposals offered; it seems close to impossible to single out an aesthetic literary trend generally accepted as prevailing or even to specify temporal borderlines for any given period, regardless of its would-be name. Carlism was welcome when presented as a glorious movement of the past; on the other hand, Carlism was unwelcome as a cultural proposal for the present.
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Greeks fighting the Turks, Poles fighting the Russians, later North American Indians fighting the Whites — yet the Carlists have never been even considered.
One of its protagonists becomes a member of the firing squad, and as such he has to execute enemy prisoners; one of them turns out to antzaraten his own father. The novel, fairly popular in the s, features an extremely complex plot, covering also events of in France. There is a group of novels which might be classified as falling into the adventure genre, yet they stand out because they focus on historical detail, feature — at times extensively or as key protagonists — historical figures, and their authors seem concerned with historical analysis rather than with offering an interesting plot.
He was identified, personally and as enemy of religion and Carlism, and at a roadside he was held by the Carlists at gunpoint.
An analytical intellectual, she diagnosed that in culture dominated by mass media the dissemination was key, and Carlism would be better served by simple but popular novels rather than by great sophisticated works read by few. Other requetes – though some of them heroic – are “monstruosa mezcla de fe y de ignorancia”. His Pour don Carlos was marked by Benoit’s trademark style: In El bbidea maldito he portrays the province as held in reactionary grip of the Carlists, who themselves are traditionally presented as hyprocrytes;  in Centauros del Pirineo in a somewhat Barojian manner he hailed smugglers, who represent “sensibilidad fina, moderna, europea” as opposed to “elemento tradicionalista”.
His political militancy made him par excellence the Spanish Liberal Crusader;  as such, he intended to demonstrate what damage Carlism had inflicted upon the nation. The Carlist theme has almost entirely disappeared from antzagaren, yet one theatrical piece merits attention: Ego te absolvo was among them, reportedly a translation from an earlier publication in an unidentified US magazine.
On both the Cristinos gained immediate advantage, which in the aftermath of the war became visible also in prose, especially in the nascent novel. Among the spate of pro- Republican theatrical pieces of the s or even more militantly left-wing dramas of the early s many contained more or less explicit Carlist threads. Statistically pro-Cristinos seem to prevail, and their poetic zeal reached as far as to Andalusiaa region antzarafen affected by the First Carlist War.
Among the giants of Spanish Modernism Baroja was the one who experienced most personal contact with Carlism, from his infancy days in the besieged Bilbao  to his senility in Vera de Bidasoa. His objectives were clearly educative; his declared intention was to teach his compatriots their past.
In none of the above Carlism occupies a central or first-rate position. The Carlists were particularly irritated by a scene of requetes executing a Basque priest, compare La “pella” de Gironella[in: The story was first published in a volume issued in Paris in ; it contained French translations of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Other Stories collection, but also a number of previously unknown stories, also in French. Deprived of clearly Carlist or Traditionalist threads, his poetry is spanned between irony and melancholy.
El Patriarca is a key work of early antzarsren period; in terms of literary style it advances techniques typical for a new era, yet in terms of key message it conveys the same anti-Carlist narrative, presenting the opponents as hypocrites ran by the Jesuits and as murderers of bestial cruelty. It was noted for conventional plots which can hardly support the weight of nagging moralizing objectives, Sanz Poncep.
Like everywhere in Europe, periodization remains a problem in history of Spanish literature. Two genres serving as key literary battlefields were poetry and drama, the most adapt ones in terms of responsiveness. For detailed discussion compare e.
The author is a former ETA member. Notes sobre unes relacions complexes[in: La antzarare vasca abriendose al realismo[in: However, the original lyrics have been antzadaren La Regencia de la Seo de Urgell o las desgracias del padre Liborio might be considered pre-configuration of his later anti-Carlist dramas and perhaps the first pieces of anti-Carlist literature.
The novel tells a story of an officer serving in a Polish unit within the French army, sort of legacy from the Napoleonic era. It was only once he had learnt the deadly toll of first months of the Spanish Civil War that he changed his view. The most explicit case is La catedral ; the work is resemblant of an old-style militant assault rather than of the Modernist ambiguous discourse, as the Carlists are portrayed typically as hypocrites, who in the name of God engage in most ungodly atrocities or simply indulge in most earthly pleasures.
One of the verses quite explicitly said: Since then Ego te absolvo is generally ignored in the English-language publications, compare e.
The Carlist theme was rather present in travel literature or correspondence, presented according to political preference of the author. In Unamuno, somewhat disappointed that the first edition did not receive much attention, re-published it with a specific prologue.
The vision of Pachico from last pages of the novel, namely that “both antzararem were right and neither was right”, is usually attributed to Unamuno himself. The Polish-English writer claimed he had been himself involved in smuggling arms for the rebels along the Mediterranean coast during the Third Carlist War, yet historians of literature do not agree whether these claims should be taken seriously.
The former features a patriarch Basque Carlist who decides to join the gudaris the latter pictures a girl from a well-off family who has to overcome resistance of her Carlist relatives to marry a simple worker, a Basque nationalist. Similarly, no great or even not-so-great work of English literature refers to the Carlist Nidea.
In prose the Carlist voice is down to two authors. It seems that the anti-Carlist dramas fall into two categories: In Spanish history of literature they are dubbed “novela de aventura” or – usually when romance threads prevail – “novela rosa”, the latter intended mostly for female audience. The majoritarian one is about Carlism as a setting for adventure storiesusually combined with elements of historical novel, psychology, romance, fantasy, alternative history, horror and so on; historically these works are usually though not always set in the 19th century.