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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on May 02, 2012.
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Excerpts from Camilo Jose⁺ѓ Cela's Novel (4:14) -- Post-War Spanish Novels (2:12) -- Spanish Post-War Novels Expose Characters' Emotions (1:34) -- Span of Post-War Novels (2:12) -- Spain's Post-War Storytellers (1:20) -- Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio: Award-Winning Novelist (2:24) -- Carmen Martin Gaite: Award-Wining Novelist (2:38) -- Excerpts from the Novel "Entre Visillos" by Carmen Martin Gaite (3:55) -- Relationships Between Men and Women in Spanish Post-War Novels (1:45) -- Comparison of Two Novelists (2:29) -- New Narrative Form: Dialectic Novel (2:26) -- Post-War Spanish Poetry: Social Realism (3:24) -- "Generation of '50" Poets Drift Apart (1:24) -- Jaime Gil de Biedma: Unsatisfied Desires (3:19) -- Madrid School of Poets (2:10) -- Spanish Poet: Jose⁺ѓ Angel Valente (3:35) -- Spanish Poet: Gonzalo Torrente Ballester (2:49) -- Spanish Novelist Ana Maria Matute Ausejo (4:31) -- Credits: Spanish Literature under Dictatorship: 1940 to 1975 (1:07)
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How did life in post-civil war Spain - a time of uncertainty and oppression - influence the writings of the period? In this program, renowned experts explore the literature of the Franco era through the experiences of Ana Mari⁺ѓa Matute and other writers who chose to stay in Spain after the Nationalist victory in 1939. Dramatic readings include excerpts from Camilo Jose⁺ѓ Cela's La Colmena, Luis Marti⁺ѓn-Santos's Tiempo de Silencio, Carmen Marti⁺ѓn Gaite's Entre Visillos, Miguel Delibes' Cinco Horas con Mario, and Gonzalo Torrente Ballester's Don Juan, as well as from the works of Matute, Jaime Gil de Biedma, and Jose⁺ѓ Angel Valente.
9 & up.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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In Spanish with burned-in English subtitles.
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
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Films for the Humanities & Sciences.
1940 to 1975