by Miguel de Unamuno
Unamuno’s central concern in “Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr” is with religious faith and religious doubt. As a young woman, Angela...
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At the thematic and structural centre of Unamuno’s San Manuel Bueno, mártir (1931), lies a passage whose significance has been...
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Unamuno’s fictional writings, widely recognised as among the most original and innovative of their time, are, paradoxically, more often...
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We all know that fiction is the opposite of fact. A novel is called fiction, not fact; it is therefore not true. Yet while we are reading it...
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