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The Currency of Cultural Patrimony

The Spanish Golden Age

May 24, 2024 | Hardcover
ISBN: 9781802074482
$175.95
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The Spanish Golden Age, a cultural narrative that has developed and over four centuries, remains a key element of how Spaniards articulate cultural identities, both within Spain and to the outside world. The Currency of Cultural Patrimony examines the development of this narrative by artists, intellectuals, historians, academics, and institutions. By defining the Spanish Golden Age as a diachronic problem, it examines several of Spain?s most canonical golden-age literary narratives (including Don Quixote, Fuenteovejuna, and Las mocedades del Cid) as texts whose institutionalization, mediation, and commercialization over the course of four hundred years inform their meaning both for contemporary Spaniards and for the field of Hispanic Studies around the world. Spain?s persistent deployment of this cultural patrimony as the canonical epicentre of a national literary tradition has stimulated diverse and often contradictory interpretations, the cumulative effect of which informs their reception by each new generation of Spaniards. This book?s analysis of how this patrimony is interpreted according to both tradition and current circumstances illuminates new angles from which scholars can approach some of Hispanism?s most persistent and vexing questions, including the growing divide between popular and academic understandings of the Spanish nation?s ?classics.?

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ISBN: 9781802074482
Format: Hardcover
Series: Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures
Pages: 176
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
Published: 2024-05-24

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