Spanish Modernism in Context: Failed Heroism and Cross-Cultural Encounters in Pío Baroja and Joseph Conrad

@article{Murphy2020SpanishMI,
  title={Spanish Modernism in Context: Failed Heroism and Cross-Cultural Encounters in P{\'i}o Baroja and Joseph Conrad},
  author={K. Murphy},
  journal={Bulletin of Spanish Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={97},
  pages={807 - 829}
}
  • K. Murphy
  • Published 2020
  • History
  • Bulletin of Spanish Studies
Abstract Over the last two decades, the recuperation of Spanish authors in the development of Modernist fiction in a pan-European context has gained increasing momentum among scholars. Extending the scope of these critical studies, this article presents a comparative analysis of cross-cultural encounters and ironic journeys of development in Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim (1900) and Pío Baroja’s César o nada (1910). The study addresses three key strands: the question of direct influence; the thwarted… Expand