The vision of a new Spain obsessed with the Generation of 1898, but this unanimity split when cause and remedy were sought. Some preached reform through the regeneration of Spanish values, other through Europeanization--an infiltration of modern though and culture from Europe.
It is the purpose of this thesis to learn by a study of the works of the leading essayists what each considered the cause of Spain's decadence and what remedy each thought the best medicine for the malady.
Level of Degree
Spanish and Portuguese
First Committee Member (Chair)
John E. Englebirk
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Spanish Literature, Generation of 1898, Joaquin Costa, Angel Ganivet, Miguel de Unamuno, Jose Ortega y Casset
Fatjo, Nina Porter. "Spain's Problem as Seen by Her Eminent Contemporary Essayists." (1937). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/span_etds/52