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ART AND LITERATURE IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR

SINOPSE: The book discusses the consequences of the Spanish Civil War on Art and Literature. After presenting the underlying social and economic causes that lead to the conflict, makes a deep analysis of the Picasso’s Guernica, the Miró’s works, the war posters, the pavillion of the Republic at the International Exhibition of Paris of 1937, the poetry produced during the war, and how the books of Ernest Hemingway - for Whom the bell Tolls? - And George Orwell - Homage to Catalonia - explains the Republican defeat.

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