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Poetry, Physics, and Painting in Twentieth-Century Spain

by Candelas Gala

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0230338356, Hardcover)

This book reads the work of Pedro Salinas, Jorge Guillén, Juan Larrea, Gerardo Diego, Rafael Alberti, Concha Méndez, and Federico García Lorca in analogical relation with Cubism and the revolutionary discoveries of modern physics. Candelas Gala advances traditional criticism by considering these artists in the broader cultural context of Spain, Europe, and European Modernism.

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This book reads the work ofSalinas, Guilln, Larrea, Diego, Alberti, Mndez, and Lorca in analogical relation with Cubism and with the revolutionary discoveries of modern physics. Galaadvances traditional criticism by considering these artists in the broader cultural context of Spain, Europe, and European Modernism.… (more)

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