Rassegna iberistica
41 | 109 | 2018

Rassegna iberistica
41 | 109 | 2018

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Rassegna iberistica | 41 | 109 | 2018

Memoria, violencia y utopia en Antzaren Bidea (2007) / El camino de la oca (2008) de Jokin Muñoz, una novela vasca sobre la Guerra Civil

Jon Kortazar
Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea – Universidad del País Vasco, España
jon.kortazar@ehu.eus

DOI 10.30687/Ri/2037-6588/2018/109/008

Submitted 14 Mar 2017
Accepted 19 Giu 2017

Abstract

Jokin Muñoz’s novel, Antzararen Bidea (2007) / El camino de la oca (2008), narrates memories of the Spanish Civil War in Navarre. The analysis combines narratology with Memory Studies. It concludes that this is a unique novel in the Basque literary system, thanks to the use of the space – Navarre’s Rivera (river-land area) –, repression exercised on civilian population and ideological depiction of characters. The main character is a Carlist (royalist-traditionalist) that feels nostalgia for the bygone days of the Spanish Republic when different ideologies could coexist in peace.

Keywords
Basque literature. Novel. Memoir of the Spanish Civil War. Ideologies. Repression.

Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License 

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Kortazar Jon

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Memoria, violencia y utopia en Antzaren Bidea (2007) / El camino de la oca (2008) de Jokin Muñoz, una novela vasca sobre la Guerra Civil

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Journal Article

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es

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http://doi.org/10.14277/2037-6588/Ri-41-109-18-8

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Jokin Muñoz’s novel, Antzararen Bidea (2007) / El camino de la oca (2008), narrates memories of the Spanish Civil War in Navarre. The analysis combines narratology with Memory Studies. It concludes that this is a unique novel in the Basque literary system, thanks to the use of the space – Navarre’s Rivera (river-land area) –, repression exercised on civilian population and ideological depiction of characters. The main character is a Carlist (royalist-traditionalist) that feels nostalgia for the bygone days of the Spanish Republic when different ideologies could coexist in peace.

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Rassegna iberistica

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Vol. 41 | Num. 109 | Giugno 2018

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2018-06-11

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2017-03-14

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2017-06-19

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0392-4777

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2037-6588

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Basque literature

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Novel

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Memoir of the Spanish Civil War

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Ideologies

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Repression

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