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Entre alambradas y exilios: sangrías de las Españas y terapias de Vichy by José María Naharro-Calderón (review)

Entre alambradas y exilios: sangrías de las Españas y terapias de Vichy by José María... Reviews naharro-calde ro ´ n, jo se ´ ma ri ´a. Entre alambradas y exilios: sangrı ´as de las Espanas y terapias de Vichy. Biblioteca Nueva, 2017, 476 pp. During more than eighty years, the representation and memory within Spain of the Republican exile of 1939 has evolved from a postwar place of absolute oblivion in Spanish historiography to twenty-first century sites of cultural institutionaliza- tion and even mass market-driven commodification. Back in 1939 , the falangista ´ ´ author Jose Esteban Vilaro’s Barcelona-published book, El ocaso de los dioses rojos: Barcelona, Perthus, Argele `s, Parı ´s, Me ´jico . . . , relegated the incipient period of post-civil war exile history to the shadows of a twilight zone that would forever consign its protagonists to an invisible no man’s land. The 1950 edition of the Espasa-Calpe dictionary published in Franco’s Spain failed to even include an entry for the word exilio. When the pioneering exile scholar Jose´ Luis Abella´n published his 1967 Filosofı ´a espan ˜ ola en Ame ´rica (1936 –1966 ) in Franco’s Madrid, he was not allowed to include the word exilio in the title. Ten years later in 1976 , Abella´n published the initial http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Hispanic Review University of Pennsylvania Press

Entre alambradas y exilios: sangrías de las Españas y terapias de Vichy by José María Naharro-Calderón (review)

Hispanic Review , Volume 88 (1) – Jan 23, 2020

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Reviews naharro-calde ro ´ n, jo se ´ ma ri ´a. Entre alambradas y exilios: sangrı ´as de las Espanas y terapias de Vichy. Biblioteca Nueva, 2017, 476 pp. During more than eighty years, the representation and memory within Spain of the Republican exile of 1939 has evolved from a postwar place of absolute oblivion in Spanish historiography to twenty-first century sites of cultural institutionaliza- tion and even mass market-driven commodification. Back in 1939 , the falangista ´ ´ author Jose Esteban Vilaro’s Barcelona-published book, El ocaso de los dioses rojos: Barcelona, Perthus, Argele `s, Parı ´s, Me ´jico . . . , relegated the incipient period of post-civil war exile history to the shadows of a twilight zone that would forever consign its protagonists to an invisible no man’s land. The 1950 edition of the Espasa-Calpe dictionary published in Franco’s Spain failed to even include an entry for the word exilio. When the pioneering exile scholar Jose´ Luis Abella´n published his 1967 Filosofı ´a espan ˜ ola en Ame ´rica (1936 –1966 ) in Franco’s Madrid, he was not allowed to include the word exilio in the title. Ten years later in 1976 , Abella´n published the initial

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Hispanic ReviewUniversity of Pennsylvania Press

Published: Jan 23, 2020

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