EL SUEÑO DE LOS AFRANCESADOS PRODUCE MONSTRUOS. LE FLAGELLANT DE SÉVILLE DE PAUL MORAND

  • Inmaculada Illanes Ortega

Resumen

Paul Morand considers history an important clue to understand a nation’s character. In Le flagellant de Séville, he uses Goya’s colours to paint Spanish soul by narrating an individual tragedy inscribed in the collective dramatic events of Spanish history between 1808 and 1815, when the destinies of Spain and France converged once again. In his novel, Morand offers a lucid vision of Spanish people and history, which should lead to a more general

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Inmaculada Illanes Ortega
Universidad de Sevilla
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