In Ideas sobre la novela, published in 1925, Ortega y Gasset tries to release his desire to find a literary genre that could express that incredible range of meanings and stories that flow in every human society. Starting from his definition of novel, a genre somehow affected by a sort of “decline”, the Spanish writer rejects the romanticism and the nineteenth-century re- alist novel moving away, though in different ways, even from later modernist literature in an attempt to arrive, through of a renewed definition of novel, to an era, or rather, to the reflec- tion of a crisis that affected the Spanish and European life at the beginning of the 20th century.

Ideas sobre la novela y la interpretación orteguiana del siglo XX

Scocozza, Giovanna
2018

Abstract

In Ideas sobre la novela, published in 1925, Ortega y Gasset tries to release his desire to find a literary genre that could express that incredible range of meanings and stories that flow in every human society. Starting from his definition of novel, a genre somehow affected by a sort of “decline”, the Spanish writer rejects the romanticism and the nineteenth-century re- alist novel moving away, though in different ways, even from later modernist literature in an attempt to arrive, through of a renewed definition of novel, to an era, or rather, to the reflec- tion of a crisis that affected the Spanish and European life at the beginning of the 20th century.
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