Political Speeches And Journalism (1923-1929)
By Miguel de Unamuno Edited by Stephen Roberts
This book reprints a wide variety of articles and speeches for the first time since they appeared in Spanish and foreign journals and in clandestine broadsheets from France. Some censored material has been restored.
"An excellent collection of material which illustrates the great man's politics in this time of crisis." (British Bulletin of Publications, No. 98, April 1998) "Dr Roberts should be commended for the publication of this slim and significant volume." (Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Vol. LXXV, No. 3, July 1998) "This is a valuable work which adds to our understanding of an often neglected aspect of Unamino. It will prove useful to students and scholars who are perhaps more familiar with his literary works." (Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Vol. LXXIV, No. 3, July 1997)
Miguel de Unamuno (1864-1936) is perhaps the best known and certainly the most controversial figure in twentieth-century Spanish letters. His polemical political interventions earned him exile from Spain and have continued to arouse debate to the present day.
Miguel de Unamuno
Exeter Hispanic Texts
- 'Ensaladas Villanescas' From The 'Romancero Nuevo'
- Book Of Devotions/Libro De Devociones Y Oficios
- Confession de Fe Christiana
- Letters From The Pyrenees
- Lives Of St Mary Magdalene And St Martha - (MS Esc. h-I-13)
- New Berceo Manuscript - (Madrid, Biblioteca Nacional MS 13149)
- Penitencia De Amor (Burgos, 1514)
- Poems To Lisi - Original Spanish text with parallel-text English verse translation
- Poesías Inéditas U Olvidadas
- Political Speeches And Journalism (1923-1929)
- El Ritmo
- Los Siete Planetas
- Tractado De La Caualleria De La Gineta
- The Treaty Of Bayonne (1388)
- Vida De Segundo - Versión castellana de la Vita Secundi de Vicente de Beauvais
- Vida Rimada de Fernan Gonzalez