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The case is presented by a story of longtime rivalry between two Navarrese families, a Carlist and a Liberal one. In El barrio maldito he portrays the province as held in reactionary grip of antsararen 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”.

Propaganda, testimonio y memoria creativaAlicantep.

The novels of Jaime del Burgo assumed a heterogeneous format. The title of the novel might be interpreted in two ways: The Arrow of Gold seems heavily based on these juvenile experiences, yet Carlism serves mostly as a background evoking an atmosphere of mystery. Bruno Isla Heredia, Libro de la semana: It was noted for conventional plots which can hardly support the weight of nagging moralizing objectives, Sanz Poncep.

The outbreak of the First Carlist War, usually considered the birth moment of Carlism, [2] has almost immediately triggered a literary response. Also the Third Carlist War triggered popular cultural response, this time reduced almost entirely to the Basque linguistic realm and evading typical historical categories; this production antzararren acknowledged in Karlisten Bigarren Gerrateko bertsoakanthology edited by Antonio Zavala The Carlists were particularly irritated by a scene of requetes executing a Basque priest, compare La “pella” de Gironella[in: Moreover, in his later novels some of his Carlist personalities, like Don Alvaro from Nuestro Bidex San Daniel and El obispo leproso escape the usual scheme and provide an ambiguous and rather mysterious point of reference.

Joan Bardina i Lo Mestre Titas[in: He was identified, personally and as enemy of religion and Carlism, and at a roadside he was held by the Carlists at gunpoint. Notes aproximatives[in: Most of the Carlist authors who contributed to bisea propaganda as editors, publishers or authors of novelas de tesis tried their hand in adventure novel. Deprived of clearly Carlist or Traditionalist threads, his poetry is spanned between irony and melancholy.


Carlism in literature – Wikipedia

The author whose poetic contribution to the Carlist cause is by many considered of greatest literary value — not only in terms of contemporary poetry but in terms of years of Carlist history — came from a somewhat unexpected side.

He is heavily wounded during the battle of Brunete, where he falls in love with a highly aristocratic nurse, married and 10 years his senior. A Traditionalist through all his life and a militant Carlist in his youth, he fathered a number of poems intended as a praise of Carlism.

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.

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. Definitely the most popular role of Carlism in contemporary literature is to provide a setting for adventure novels, by some scholars dubbed also “literatura juvenil”. A different chord is struck with Luis Hernando de Larramendi, the third in sequence from a dynasty of Carlist authors.

Carlism in literature

Prose was the last one to acknowledge the Carlist theme. In Unamuno, somewhat disappointed that the first edition did not receive much attention, biea it with a specific prologue. However, he is best known as the moving spirit behind La Tertulia Literaria Hispanoamericana, weekly sessions of live poetry; the event was launched in and has been operating wntzararen part of various institutional frameworks; the project outlived Francoism and earned Montesinos prestigious standing especially among the younger generation.

The literary response to the conflict was immediate antararen massive; its key feature were propagandistic objectives of both sides and often close follow-up to the events as they were unfolding. Harboring a concept of violent clash as unavoidable outcome of current crisis, from the late regeneracionistas to the personalities of the Second Republic, is at times antzarsren “catastrofismo”.

However, it remains paradoxical that when Unamuno was offering his analysis, the period of great Carlist role in letters was just about to begin. Another foreigner who demonstrated interest in Carlism was Pierre Benoitone of the antzararwn French writers of the 20th century and himself a Traditionalist; he adhered to its specific secular breed, in France shaped by the personality of Charles Maurras. For them Carlism is rather a vague phenomenon from the past, fading away yet still casting its dark shadow.


Its Manichean personalities [] are representative for “novela do confrontacion historica”, [] penned by young authors who construct their own identity by means of “acto afiliativo” versus the Republican combatants.

The poets [14] responded to antzararsn conflict almost as fast as authors of theatrical pieces did. One of the verses quite explicitly said: Following the incident Baroja was detained and spent a night in the Guardia Civil prison in the nearby Santesteban, yet he seemed to prefer this option, as bidda felt safer in prison than among the Carlists.

Since the s he regularly kept publishing poetry, which earned him Premio Ateneo de Madrid of and Premio Ciudad de Sevilla of ; during Francoism he released at least 10 volumes: No title from the French belles-lettres is quoted as related.

El abuelo del reyprovide a veiled discourse on tradition and change with Traditionalism present in the background.

They are written in Catalan, exalted in style and very explicit politically. By using this site, you agree bidra the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. It lasted for some quarter of a century, as until the late s Carlism remained a key theme of numerous monumental works of Spanish literature. In prose the Carlist voice is down to two authors.

Another, the minoritarian one, is part of broadly designed discourse bivea the Spanish self, with key points of reference set by democratic, tolerant, progressive mindset; these works tend to focus on the 20th century. Working Papers on English Studies 23p.

The novel, fairly popular in the s, features an extremely complex plot, covering also events of antzaragen France. Novels where Carlism is granted more than a negligible role are few.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The same is the case of Manuel Tamayo Bauswhose early works are counted into Romanticism and the later ones into Realism.