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Like don Quijote, Ramón del Valle-Inclán identifies with a society whose vitality has as Las galas del difunto () or La hija del capitán (), conveys an. journalCode=cbhs20 Download by:  Date: 04 July , At: 2 La Correspondencia de España, 1 September to 19 September , . the captain who kicked the football to signal the start of the attack died during it. . Maeztu, Pérez de Ayala, Azorín, Valle-Inclán, Azaña and Alcalá Galiano had. Primo de Rivera y la "Cuestión Marroquí" (Madrid: UNED, ); 44 Ramón de Valle-Inclán, La hija del capitán (Buenos Aires, ; Madrid.
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Book Description Liverpool University Press, In hiaj period of unrest preceding la hija del capitan valle inclan outbreak of the Civil War, aged and dying, he volunteered his services to the Republic.
The plays are accompanied by a critical introduction and notes to guide the reader or director of these plays, both fine examples of Valle-Inclan s expressionistic and experimental theatre.
Learn more about site Prime. There was nevertheless a difference between the Italian and the Spanish king, for Alfonso was convinced that he would 3 The Picasso inquiry is named after General Juan Picasso, who was entitled by the Government to investigate the military disaster in Morocco in August , and had therefore nothing to do with the painter of the same name.
Censorship was extended all over the country, parliament was closed and every aspect of democratic life, including freedom of speech and the elections, disappeared from the country within a few weeks. First of all, the military and civilian directorships never questioned the economic and social domination of the traditional upper class or notability, especially the aristocracy and part of the bourgeoisie who concentrated in their hands the major part of the country from the land to the industry, from the media to banking, etc.
After all Primo de Rivera was part of this caste, of this land-owner oligarchy and a benefactor of the caciquismo, the traditional system upon which was based the age-old domination of the peasantry by the aristocracy and church. Secondly, Primo de Rivera had very little in the way of a consistent ideological project, and probably no project at all when he came to power.
He tried afterwards to convert the Directorship into something more permanent, to institutionalise his military government as a dictatorial regime; but he never succeeded in his attempt, for example, to create a huge mass party like the Italian Fascist party.
His attempts to favour a corporatist movement in order to replace the Trade Unions and imitate Mussolini was also a complete failure.
Why was the dictatorship a failure and a transitory experience in Spanish politics while fascism succeeded in Italy over more than two decades? Two reasons have been given so far, i.
But there are other reasons, among which popular resistance was probably the most important. Paradoxically, the pronunciamiento was not a real surprise for the Spanish politicians and public opinion, especially for the press, which for weeks had been proclaiming the imminence of a military insurrection. What is more striking is the lack of reaction or resistance during the night on September 12 and the following day, when the army occupied Barcelona without any trouble.
With the exception of sporadic elements, mainly Communists or Anarchists from the CNT, there was no genuine opposition in the Catalan capital, but instead widespread satisfaction among the population and evidently sheer enthusiasm among the middle-class and industrialists. Ortega y Gasset himself, the prominent philosopher, was on his part thankful to de Rivera for having cut the Gordian Knot and therefore cleared the path to radical change 5.
The reluctant or keen acceptance of the insurrection was the consequence of a deep discontent and weariness resulting from the social disorder and incapacity of the parliamentary regime to bring any satisfactory solution to economic breakdown and urban violence. How could they ignore the hazardous situation of Spanish troops and population in Morocco after Annual? My arrival in Spain was disheartening.
I believed that the Directorship would have to face a strong liberal opinion and I only found apologists, even among people of progressive mentality.
When the Communists initiated a one-day general strike in Bilbao neither the Anarchosyndicalists nor the Socialists consented to join the movement.
Apart from the natural caution shown by the UGT trade union leaders, Pablo Iglesias and Francisco Largo Caballero, they had no particular reason to save the parliamentary monarchy. On the other hand, the dictatorship might well be an essential stage for the working-class strengthening and organisation.
Nonetheless, the initial passivity did not last more than a few weeks as the political opponents of the dictatorship began to mobilise. The reason is obvious.
In their view, the sole political acceptable solution was the complete sovereignty of the people, that is a real democratic parliamentary regime; in other words, a republic which would put a final end to the monarchy 8. Unsurprisingly, the major opposition came from politicians and political generals who belonged to the old parliamentary structure or identified with the Restoration system. The fact is that the Directorship took very strong measures over the first few days which affected the elementary civil rights deeply as mentioned above..
Un Estado que se disuelve y un pueblo que renace Madrid: Yet the pressure of his military associates in the takeover would rapidly lead to a repressive policy in relation to Catalan nationalism and create a growing tension with the Lliga, the dominant middle-class party in Barcelona.
Meanwhile, many intellectuals who welcomed the breakdown of the monarchy and largely misinterpreted the real nature of the pronunciamiento, realized within a few days the danger that they had now to face and fight. As a consequence, the famous writer was banished in February to Fuerteventura, one of the Canary Islands, and 11 dismissed from his academic chair , officially for conferences he had held in Bilbao, San Sebastian and Salamanca.
This was not the first dispute between Unamuno and the King. He was processed in for a similar reason after the publication of a so-called insulting letter and condemned to 16 years imprisonment. But the sentence was never put into effect, and Unamuno enjoyed a provisional freedom.
Although a member of the Republican Party and editor of El Pueblo, an antimonarchist newspaper, he did not imagine that he would play a major role in the political opposition against the General.
She cannot speak: she wears a gag on her mouth. She cannot write: her hands are bound […] I cannot remain silent any longer. They have praised the Spanish people for its most barbarian traditions.
Centuries of shortcomings are celebrated by the sovereigns as a magnificent national heritage. If there was still any doubt about the need to encourage general mobilization against the dictatorship and promote the idea of radical political change; i.
La terreur militariste en Espagne Paris:Flammarion, The duty of Spanish liberals is much more serious, strict and so hard to achieve that some of them quite a few step back […] It would be a mistake to suppose that certain men, parties and organisations only fell short in the constitutional regime of Spain. Certain methods also and above all, which are the natural sons of turbid advice and impossible amalgamation [sic] fell short.
Such methods did exist before these same men applied them. As a consequence it will not be enough to dispose of a few persons to allow other people to come in. Within a few months, the critical opposition to the dictatorship learned how to organize, gathering former members of parliament, republican sympathisers, a significant part of the middle-class, but also workers and last but not least a huge proportion of students, whose enrolment against the military regime would 19 play a decisive role in Apart from the expected diminution in violence and strikes 21, the Spanish economy experienced real improvement and modernization, as the is shown by the decline in the relative proportion of agricultural employment from But the main event that focused public interest and approval was the settlement of the Moroccan crisis in July Paradoxically, the General, who had previously favoured the abandonment of the Riff and the repatriation of the Spanish population, both civilian and military, found himself challenged by the Spanish career officers - the Africanistas - who strongly opposed any abandonment or withdrawal.
When Abd el- Krim decided to attack the French army in April , the long sought military cooperation with Paris eventually became a reality.
As a consequence, the Riffan tribes were defeated in July, after a joint Spanish-French landing operation in Alhucemas, and Abd el-Krim was captured a year later The number of strikes decreases from in to in Woolman, Rebels in the Rif. La guerre du Rif Paris: l'Harmattan, He was eventually arrested and imprisoned, but escaped from prison.
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In such circumstances, the beginning of the year seemed propitious for real and effective mobilization.TFE must be extruded over a silver- or nickel-coated wire. The reason is obvious. The readings ckvenin from such testing on nonshielded, nonmetallic-sheathed cable is very dependent upon the environment because the environment determines the characteristics of the return circuit.
She cannot write: her hands are bound […] I cannot remain silent any longer. AM — Amplitude modulation. The Marqus narratesfromhis matureyearswhile the narratedaction takes place when he is a young man with,as he describeshimselfin the quote above, no experienceoutsideof the greatnovelsand historybooks.