The Culture of Cursilería: Bad Taste, Kitsch, and Class in Modern Spain

Duke University Press (2002)

Abstract
On origins -- Adorning the feminine, or the language of fans -- Salon poets, the Bécquer craze, and Romanticism -- Textual economies : the embellishment of credit -- Fabricating history -- The dream of negation -- The margins of home : modernist cursilería -- The culture of nostalgia, or the language of flowers -- Coda : the metaphor of culture in post-Franco Spain.
Keywords Kitsch History  Middle Class History  Popular culture History  Kitsch History  Middle Class History  Popular culture History
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Call number BH301.K5.V35 2002
ISBN(s) 0822330008
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