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Love and Pedagogy (1902)

by Miguel de Unamuno

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"Love and Pedagogy, published in 1902 and revised in 1932, is the "transitional" novel in the canon of Miguel de Unamuno's fiction - the book in which he abandoned the documentary realism of his earlier work in favor of the interior portrayals of personality that came to characterize his later work. In deliberately applying William James' "stream of consciousness" concepts in this work, Unamuno made an early and significant contribution to the development of the modern psychological novel."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)
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"Love and Pedagogy, published in 1902 and revised in 1932, is the "transitional" novel in the canon of Miguel de Unamuno's fiction - the book in which he abandoned the documentary realism of his earlier work in favor of the interior portrayals of personality that came to characterize his later work. In deliberately applying William James' "stream of consciousness" concepts in this work, Unamuno made an early and significant contribution to the development of the modern psychological novel."--BOOK JACKET.

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