Doña Emilia Pardo Bazán said that Miguel de Unamuno’s best aspects were his epistolary works and his “episto-mania”, as he defined it, in which there is not only the keys to the study of his life and works, but also a man who in a spontaneous way, and with an immediate emotion, tells us about his thoughts and his time. In this vein, Unamuno writes to his French friend Jacques Chevalier on the 22 December 1914. These are the words of a man who, five months after the outbreak of war, entrusts his pen with his feelings, his worries for the dramatic situation that Europe was living in that moment.

Lo que me embarga el ánimo: Miguel de Unamuno y la Gran Guerra

SCOCOZZA G
2016

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Doña Emilia Pardo Bazán said that Miguel de Unamuno’s best aspects were his epistolary works and his “episto-mania”, as he defined it, in which there is not only the keys to the study of his life and works, but also a man who in a spontaneous way, and with an immediate emotion, tells us about his thoughts and his time. In this vein, Unamuno writes to his French friend Jacques Chevalier on the 22 December 1914. These are the words of a man who, five months after the outbreak of war, entrusts his pen with his feelings, his worries for the dramatic situation that Europe was living in that moment.
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