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Spain in the nineteenth century, new essays on experiences of culture and society, edited by Andrew Ginger, Geraldine Lawless.

Confronted by a complex new society, nineteenth-century Spaniards wrestled with how to envisage their lives. From trying to be universal through to acting as a cultural entrepreneur, this volume explores the possibilities and uncertainties that unfolded in their reconfigured world
Table Of Contents
Introduction: Andrew Ginger and Geraldine Lawless -- 1 How (not) to make a durable state / Natalia Sobrevilla Perea -- 2 How to be universal / Andrew Ginger -- 3 How to tell time / Geraldine Lawless -- 4 How to be religious under liberalism / Gregorio Alonso -- 5 How to prescribe a cure for the ills of art / Oscar Vázquez -- 6 How to know about right and wrong / Alison Sinclair -- 7 How to be a man / Collin McKinney -- 8 How to be a writer for the press - and how to write about it / Rhian Davies -- 9 How to be a cultural entrepreneur / Henriette Partzsch -- 10 How to be a man of letters / Raquel Sánchez -- 11 How to be an intellectual / Luis G. Martínez del Campo -- 12 How to live a colonial soldier’s life / Catherine Davies -- Index
Literary Form
non fiction
Previously issued in print: 2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (ix, 274 pages, 8 pages of plates), illustrations.
Specific Material Designation
Form Of Item

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