What does literature reveal about a country’s changing cultural identity? In History, Violence, and the Hyperreal by Kathryn Everly, this question is applied to the contemporary novel in Spain. In the process, similarities emerge among novels that embrace apparent differences in style, structure, and language. Contemporary spa authors are rethinking the way the novel with its narrative powers can define a specific cultural identity.
Subjects: Language & Literature, History
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