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Arquitectura y novela: la Sagrada Familia, de Gaudí, en la novela española moderna (Luis Goytisolo, Eduardo Mendoza, Max Aub y Juan Marsé)

Abstract The temple of the Sagrada Familia, by Gaudí, is nowadays one of the most emblematic buildings of Barcelona, and the most visited monument in Spain. Despite the high popularity surrounding the name of the architect, his great work, still unfinished, has divided public opinion in the city for decades and has starred since its inception in a complex and paradoxical cultural phenomenon. My object of study consists of four major novels of modern Spanish narrative (Antagonía [1973-81], by Luis Goytisolo, La ciudad de los prodigios [1986], by Eduardo Mendoza, Campo cerrado [1943], by Max Aub and El amante bilingüe [1990], by Juan Marsé): all of them stand out because of the interartistic dialogue they establish with the famous building, which is r... (more)
Created Date 2015
Contributor LEON RIVERO, FRANCISCO (Author) / GARCIA, CARLOS-JAVIER (Advisor) / VOLEK, EMIL (Committee member) / HERNANDEZ-G, MANUEL (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Modern literature / Architecture / Urban planning / arquitectura y novela / ciudad y literatura / Gaudi / Sagrada Familia / Goytisolo / Mendoza / Aub / Marse / Literary architecture / novela española moderna
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 248 pages
Language Spanish
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Note Doctoral Dissertation Spanish 2015
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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