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|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||1873-1874, End of a Century?: Time and Space in Valera's Pepita Jiménez, Ros de Olano's Jornadas de retorno, and Alarcón's El sombrero de tres picos and La Alpujarra|
|Keywords:||First Republic Spain|
Spirit of the Age
Ros de Olano
Sombrero de tres picos
Pi i Margall
|Citation:||Ginger A (2010) 1873-1874, End of a Century?: Time and Space in Valera's Pepita Jiménez, Ros de Olano's Jornadas de retorno, and Alarcón's El sombrero de tres picos and La Alpujarra, Hispanic Research Journal: Iberian and Latin American Studies, 11 (1), pp. 59-70.|
|Abstract:||This article argues for the existence of a literature of the first Spanish Republic in the early 1870s. Valera's Pepita Jimenez makes sense in relation to this literature, rather than in comparison with 'Realism'. The literature of the first republic is distinguished by two facets: an ongoing dialogue with Ros de Olano's experiments in simultaneous compression and extension of form; and a belief that the nineteenth-century revolutionary spirit of the age has reached a critical end point, and needs reinvention that leads to Restoration politics.|
|Rights:||Published in Hispanic Research Journal. Copyright: Maney Publishing.; Andrew Ginger, ‘1873-1874, End of a Century?: Time and Space in Valera's Pepita Jiménez, Ros de Olano's Jornadas de retorno, and Alarcón's El sombrero de tres picos and La Alpujarra’, Hispanic Research Journal, 11(1), 2010, pp. 59-70. The publisher has granted permission for use of this article in this Repository. The article was first published in the Hispanic Research Journal by Maney Publishing.|
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