1492 Poetics of Diaspora

By: John, Docker

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Continuum Academic: Continuum International, 2001. Besides destroying the great Islamic-Judaic Culture in Spain, it marked the beginning of nationalism based on race, religion and language. Like the Crusades, it created a notion of Europe in opposition to a previous Mediterranean civilisation and one of its direct results was the Spanish Inquisition. 1492 was also the beginning of several diasporas and, in the course of examining several 19th and 20th Century works which deal with the 'Wandering Jew' (Ivanhow, Ulysses), the author also explores his own family history. The book goes on to look at a number of literary texts as a vehicle for speculating about various consequences and complications for cultural and intellectual history which followed from this 'lost ideal'.<p>. Paperback. New.

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