The Subject in Question presents the first systematic study of qSpanish modernismq in an attempt to end Spain's literary isolation from the mainstream of early contemporary European literature.eral aesthetic option, the question of presence in relation to existence, or abeing, a is fundamental. ... The most exemplary of such arguments is Alexander A. Parkera#39;s seminal essay on the comedia, which establishes the direction for early modern criticism for decades. ... See, more recently, James Parr, aA Modest Proposal: That We Use Alternatives to Borrowing (Renaissance, Baroque, Golden Age) andanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Subject in Question|
|Author||:||C. Christopher Soufas|
|Publisher||:||CUA Press - 2007-02-01|