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Still a 'Spanish Red'? The communist past and national identity in the writing of Jorge Semprún

By Stephen G. Hopkins

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This is the author's final submitted draft of the paper published as Twentieth Century Communism, 2011, 3, pp. 70-91. The final version is available from http://www.lwbooks.co.uk/journals/twentiethcenturycommunism/current.html. This paper appears in the LRA with the permission of Lawrence & Wishart

Publisher: Lawrence & Wishart
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:lra.le.ac.uk:2381/9521
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  10. Semprún recounted how he had been interviewed, or vetted, by one of the
  11. Semprún uses this term to describe his relationship to the Spanish language after his exile, but it is equally applicable to the civil war; see Le Mort qu’il faut,
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  13. The Cattle Truck,
  14. The Second Death of Ramón Mercader,
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  16. (1993). This experience is recounted in Semprún’s book, Federico Sanchez vous salue bien, Paris: Grasset et Fasquelle,
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  18. What A Beautiful Sunday! p17. This sentence was written in 1980, before the Communist Party did effectively die.
  19. What A Beautiful Sunday!,
  20. What A Beautiful Sunday!, p140. See also pp24-7 for details of the Frank trial, and Kiss, “Une autobiographie interminable: Jorge Semprun”,

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