|Appears in Collections:||Literature and Languages Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Modernity, representation, and personality in Antonio Flores's Ayer, hoy, y mañana (1863-64|
|Keywords:||Flores Nineteenth Century Spain|
|Citation:||Ginger A (2005) Modernity, representation, and personality in Antonio Flores's Ayer, hoy, y mañana (1863-64), Hispanic Research Journal: Iberian and Latin American Studies, 6 (3), pp. 209-222|
|Abstract:||This article explores a highly important but little known text of 19c Spain, Ayer, Hoy, y Mañana by Antonio Flores. The text explores the contradictory and tense relationship between modernity and personality. It suggests that the primacy of representation within modernity undermines and contradicts modernity's concern with individual personality. The article analyses Flores' vast work within the context of the political thought of the time, showing how Flores engages with but seeks to undermine leftist thought|
|Rights:||Published in Hispanic research journal. Copyright: Maney Publishing.|
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