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Most of the Carlist authors who contributed to party propaganda as editors, publishers or authors of novelas de tesis tried their hand in adventure novel. Retrieved from ” https: Casariego kept writing, but the most successful of his wartime novels, Con la vida hicieron fuegodid not contain Carlist threads.

Ego te absolvo was among them, reportedly a translation from an earlier publication in an unidentified US magazine. Bideq, testimonio y memoria creativaAlicantep. It seems that the novel was soon turned into a theatrical play, the joint work of Perez and Torralba biea Damas, and staged in Barcelona theatres, compare La Libertad The Carlists were particularly irritated by a scene of requetes executing a Basque priest, compare La “pella” de Gironella[in: The author is a former ETA member.

Settling the issue on basis of literature only seems close to impossible. Definitely the most popular role of Carlism in contemporary literature is to provide a setting for adventure novels, by some scholars dubbed also “literatura juvenil”.

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The majoritarian one is about Carlism as a setting for adventure storiesusually combined with elements of historical novel, psychology, romance, fantasy, alternative history, horror and so on; historically these works are usually though not always set in the 19th century.

Another, the minoritarian one, is part of broadly designed discourse about the Spanish self, with key points of reference set by democratic, tolerant, progressive mindset; these works tend to focus on the 20th century. In none of the above Carlism occupies a central or first-rate position. La literatura vasca abriendose al realismo[in: Joan Bardina during his Carlist phase in the s fathered politically very militant and exalted poems [] and satires, yet they remain unknown even in the Catalan literature.

Intended for popular audience they indeed make an easy read, featuring adventurous or romantic plots; the Carlists often appear as key protagonists. Unlike in case of poetry, there is no anthology available. There were hundreds of related fiction titles published in Spain since the fall of Francoism; in the 5-year-period between and only there were at least 38 new novels dedicated to the war which hit the market.


The first two series of his monumental string of historical novels named Episodios nacionales are set before and it is the following ones, technically written already during the modernist period, which tackle the issue head on.

It was noted for conventional plots which can hardly support the weight of nagging moralizing objectives, Sanz Poncep. The Arrow of Gold seems heavily based on these juvenile experiences, yet Carlism serves mostly as a background evoking an atmosphere of mystery.

The case is presented by a story of longtime rivalry between two Navarrese families, a Carlist and a Liberal one.

Carlism in literature

It is difficult to find either particular sympathy or particular hostility for the movement, antzarwren many scholars claim that the key protagonist considered Conrad’s alter-ego was cynically used by Carlist conspirators.

Hardly anyone of numerous Carlists, populating the novels of Baroja, is a man who joined the movement out of conviction: Notes aproximatives[in: Tennyson was himself in Spain shortly before outbreak of the war, yet all found is vague references “to these inquisition dogs and the devildoms of Spain”. In El barrio maldito he portrays the province as held in reactionary grip of the Carlists, who themselves are traditionally presented as hyprocrytes; [] in Antzaraen del Pirineo in a somewhat Barojian manner he hailed smugglers, who represent “sensibilidad fina, moderna, europea” as opposed to “elemento antzarwren.

However, the original lyrics have been changed: The same is the case of Manuel Tamayo Bauswhose early works are counted into Romanticism and the later ones into Realism. Prose was the last one to acknowledge the Carlist theme. During the Civil War antaararen Rio was more explicit when working as a publisher; in he released a biography of Zamalacarregui.

Moreover, in his later novels some of his Carlist personalities, like Don Alvaro from Nuestro Padre San Daniel and Ahtzararen obispo leproso escape the usual scheme and provide an ambiguous and rather mysterious point of reference. In terms of the Carlist theme, the literary works fall into two rubrics.


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bidfa The title of the novel might be interpreted in two ways: Realism shifted the attention of writers tackling the Carlist theme from poetry and drama to prose; it was the novel which emerged as the key genre where the question was discussed and it stays so until today.

Badia i MargaritParispp. Others simply follow the sequence set by the centuries, see Felipe B.

The mainstream one was basically an adventure story: Greeks fighting the Turks, Poles fighting the Russians, later North American Indians fighting the Whites — yet the Carlists have never been even considered.

Other requetes – though some of them heroic – are “monstruosa mezcla de fe y de ignorancia”. In terms of the Carlist motive in literature, the period is marked by a specific approach, which was heavily related to official control over cultural life and which reflected political role of Carlism in the Francoist Spain.

One was genuine, rooted in the rural population but largely unconscious, communitarian if not socialist, federative and anarchist in spirit. In terms of key themes the ones listed are: Also the Third Carlist War triggered popular cultural response, this time reduced almost entirely to the Basque linguistic realm and evading typical historical categories; this production is acknowledged in Karlisten Bigarren Gerrateko bertsoakanthology edited by Antonio Zavala The Carlist theme attracted also few less-known writers, though.

Some scholars summarise the book as “complicada intriga sentimental con evidentes connotaciones cervantinas”, Piotr Sawicki, Don Quijote vence en Polonia. The former features a patriarch Basque Carlist who decides to join the gudaris[] the latter pictures a girl from a well-off family who has to overcome resistance of her Carlist relatives to marry a simple worker, a Basque nationalist.

The story was first published in a volume issued in Paris in ; it contained French translations of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Other Stories collection, but also a number of previously unknown stories, also in French.