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The Disinherited: Exile and the Making of Spanish Culture, 1492-1975
by Henry Kamen
An analysis of the role of exiles in the evolution of Spanish culture traces the contributions of the Spanish state's racial minorities and dissidents over the course of five hundred years, arguing that Spanish exiles became universal products of their changed culture.
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