5 edition of Spain 1808-1939 (Oxford History of Modern Europe) found in the catalog.
Spain 1808-1939 (Oxford History of Modern Europe)
by Oxford University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||798|
In the words of Sir John Elliott, " his book on Spain between and is basic to a better understanding of the era, and the later generation of historians, both within Spain and abroad, have followed up the leads that Carr gives in his book to great benefit."Alma mater: Christ Church, Oxford. Professor Sir Raymond Carr: Celebrated scholar whose work explained and illuminated Spanish society before, during and after the Franco regime as his first book on the subject, Spain Author: Alasdair Fotheringham.
He specialized in the history of Spain, Latin America, and Sweden. From to , he was Warden of St Antony's College, Oxford. He was best known for his book, Spain The Bible in Spain, published in London in , is a travel book by the British writer George Borrow (–). It was a popular work when it appeared, running through several editions. The book relates Borrow's travels through Spain while working as a Bible salesman between and , during the Carlist Civil activities were on behalf of the Bible Society, and encountered.
This book is the first single volume history of modern Spain to appear in over 30 years. It describes Spain's emergence in the nineteenth century as the first modern post-imperial power and examines the vast social and economic changes which Spain witnessed during this period. In lucid and Price: $ The Generation of '98 (Spanish: Generación del 98), also called Generation of (Spanish: Generación de ), was a group of novelists, poets, essayists, and philosophers active in Spain at the time of the Spanish–American War (), committed to cultural and aesthetic renewal, and associated with modernism.. The name Generación del 98 was coined by José Martínez Ruiz, commonly.
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He was best known for his book, Spain /5(1). Book Description In lucid & accessible prose, this book provides a gripping account of years of politics, warfare & social conflict in Spain from - From the Back Cover This book is the first single volume history of modern Spain to appear in over 30 by: Spain in the Liberal Age From Constitution to Civil War, (A History of Spain) Esdaile, Charles J.
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/5(6). Spain: by Raymond Carr, unknown edition. Barton, Simon A History of Spain 2nd ed. Basingstoke, Hampshire Carr, Raymond Spain Oxford Esdaile, Charles J. Spain in the Liberal Age: From Constitution to Civil War, Oxford Gates, David The Spanish Ulcer: A History of the Peninsular War Cambridge, MA Phillips, William D.
and Phillips, Carla R. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Carr, Raymond. Spain: Oxford: Clarendon Press,© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Get this from a library. Spain, [Raymond Carr] -- Survey of the economic, social, and political origins of modern Spain, tracing her failure to develop internal political stability during the period.
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What people are saying - Write a review. Raymond Carr’s famous work, Spainpublished in In doing so, Carr broke with the romanticism of Richard Ford, the 19th-century writer of books. Spain, Second Edition. Raymond Carr Oxford History of Modern Europe.
The first edition of this book was published in It became a standard work as a survey of the economic, social, and political origins of modern Spain leading up to the apparent defeat of the liberal tradition with General Franco's victory in the Civil War.
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The series comprises a succession of self-contained monographs, usually addressing an individual country or theme. The Struggle for Mastery in Europe – () by A.J.P. Taylor; Spain, – () by Raymond Carr (second edition ) The Russian Empire, – () by Hugh Seton-Watson. This book is the first single volume history of modern Spain to appear in over 30 years.
It describes Spain's emergence in the nineteenth century as the first modern post-imperial power and examines the vast social and economic changes which Spain witnessed during this period.
In lucid and accessible prose, the author provides a gripping account of years of politics, warfare and social.