The Influence of Russian Literature on Spanish Authors in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Reception, Translation, Inspiration

Author: Tejerizo, Margaret H.
Year:2007
Pages:352
ISBN:0-7734-5193-5
978-0-7734-5193-3
Price:239.95
This monograph studies the characteristics of the reception, familiarization and influence of Russian writers in late nineteen- and early twentieth-century Spain. Beginning with early Spanish attitudes towards Pushkin, the author offers a reassessment of the evidence in this long-neglected area of investigation.

Reviews

“I am sure that Margaret Tejerizo’s monograph will be an excellent, rigorous and highly valuable contribution that will impact the research in the field of Hispanic-Russian Literary Relationships.” – Professor Jesús García Gabaldón, President of the Spanish Association of Slavists

“I highly recommend this book as it is a great achievement in contemporary Iberian-Slavic Comparative Studies, one that in fact breaks the silence between two worlds.” – Dr. José Eduardo Franco, Vice President of the International Society for Iberian-Slavonic Studies

Table of Contents

Foreword by Beata Cieszynska
Acknowledgements
Introduction
1 In the Beginning
2 Voyagers into the Unknown
3 “Cries and Whispers”
4 Questions of Gender and Belonging: “Clarín”, Unamuno, Ganivet and Russia
5 Spaces of Silence: The Storm, Three Sisters and La casa de Bernarda Alba
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index