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Sobre los vínculos entre España y Argentina en La Nota [1915-1917]

By Verónica Delgado


This article takes as its object weekly Argentinian La Nota to read between 1915 and 1917, in the light of the Great War, some emergencies of the reconfiguration related to specific topics of the dominant literary and intellectual debates, which took place the years immediately preceding and still in force, as it was the problems of national and associated to it, the place assigned to cultural relations between Spain and Argentina in that field. Thus, through the interventions of various authors, the magazine shows how to think the function of culture -and therefore of the intellectuals-, and at the same time, it offers a more or less critical sight into those relationships. Thus, for example, happens to "El centenario de Cervantes" [Rodó] or the "Meditaciones sobre el nacionalismo" [Rojas], "America and España" [Blanco Fombona], or "Manifiesto germanista de los intelectuales españoles" [Unamuno], "El cuento de la raza" [Del Campo

Topics: Semanario La Nota, Intelectuales, Primera Guerra Mundial, España, Argentina, Language and Literature, P, French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature, PQ1-3999
Publisher: Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Year: 2010
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