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Catalan Culture

Experimentation, Creative Imagination and the Relationship with Spain

Golygydd(ion): Lloyd Hughes Davies David Gareth Walters John B. Hall

Iaith: Saesneg

Cyfres: Iberian and Latin American Studies

Mawrth 2018240 tudalen

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‘At a time of deep transformations in the relationship between Catalonia and Spain, this book broadens the traditional limits of Catalan studies in topical and innovative ways. The volume offers a cohesive selection of essays on the performative, filmic and literary dimensions of Catalan culture, pertinently considering the shifting nature of Catalonia’s political and cultural borders. This is an extremely valuable collection showcasing the best scholarship in twentieth and twenty-first century Catalan studies: a brilliant tribute to the much-esteemed Professor David George.’
-Dr Guillem Colom-Montero, University of Exeter

‘The lively and engaging essays of the volume Catalan Culture are doubly welcome – they are timely, and acknowledgement of the inestimable contribution of David George to Catalan and Hispanic Studies internationally is long overdue. This is an excellent book.’
- Dr Louise Johnson, University of Sheffield

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Index
Tabula Gratulatoria
Series Editors’ Foreword
Notes on contributors
Introduction D. Gareth Walters
A ‘Natural History’ of Return: Landscape, Myth and Memory in the Late Work of Mercè Rodoreda – Helena Buffery
‘La totalidad de la obra se representará en perfecto castellano’: Censorship of Theatre in Catalonia after the Civil War – Michael Thompson
Rodolf Sirera’s El verí del teatre (The Audition): Creating Performance, Reality and Politics On Stage – John London
‘Antes eterna o negra que rota’: ¡Ay, Carmela! and the Mythic Unity of Spain – Dominic Keown
‘… And the Great Bird of War Flew Past with Its Wings Outstretched’: The Aesthetic Recreation of Trauma in Jordi Coca’s Sota la pols (2001) – Jordi Cornellà-Detrell
Unmasking the Mask: Controversia del Toro y el Torero (Els Joglars, 2006) and the Craft of Theatremaking – Lourdes Orozco
On Influence, Tradition and Other Anxieties: Some Dilemmas of the Contemporary Catalan Stage – Sharon G. Feldman
La Cubana in the Twenty-first Century: The Popular and the Political – Maria M. Delgado

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Lloyd Hughes Davies

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David Gareth Walters

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John B. Hall

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