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Title: Il canone del Novecento letterario italiano in Spagna
Author: Muñiz Muñiz, María de las Nieves, 1945-
Keywords: Literatura italiana
Literatura comparada
Literatura contemporània
Estètica de la recepció
Italian literature
Comparative literature
Modern literature (19th-21st century)
Reader-response criticism
Issue Date: 2000
Publisher: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Abstract: The essay offers a thorough analysis on the issue of the reception of XXth Century Italian Literature in Spain. The age af the avant-garde and the late Fifties are signalled as the decisive moments in the affirmation of such influence, whereas the Sixties mark the beginning of a declining phase, which had different outcomes in poetry and in narrative. In defining this complex trajectory, a wide range of cultural indicators have been used (such as: translations; anthologies; militant criticism; the influence upon individual writers or rather upon relevant reading communities etc.), and the limitations imposed by the specific cultural and epistemological expectations, considered in their well determined historical context, have also been observed.
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It is part of: Quaderns d'Italià, 2000, num. 4;5, p. 67-88
ISSN: 1135-9730
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Filologia Clàssica, Romànica i Semítica)

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