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Forth and Back - Translation, Dirty Realism, and the Spanish Novel (1975-1995) (Hardcover)
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The translation of dirty realism, its reception in Spain, and its cultural legacy as appropriated by the young Spanish writers, serve to interrogate a perceived U. Cintia Santana is a lecturer at Stanford University.
Focusing on postdictatorship Spain, transition to democracy, and the meaning of 'nation-ness,' Santana Stanford Univ. In looking at American culture, dirty realism exposed a latent private interior behind the external images exported from the US by Hollywood and politicians. The genre appealed to Spanish readers and writers not simply as a reflection of anti-American sentiment—given the ambivalence of Spain's government toward the US during this twenty year period—but because Spanish dirty realism narrative provided the means to express desencanto disillusion at Spain's politics, economy, and role in a globalized world while questioning the Spanish novel at the end of the twentieth century.