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But they continued to be friends and to correspond. She visited him in Santander in , and he was one of the few luminaries of his generation to support her candidacy for the Academy. She published her first substantial piece about him in the Revista Europea in She did have some reservations, however.
In the first two series of Episodios nacionales he had failed to create a vivid portrait of nineteenth-century Spain, as Scott had of Scotland. She particularly objected to its violent conclusion. Pepe Rey's assassination being too extreme a solution to the problem. She commented that her esthetic criteria had changed as her ideas had matured during the three years that had elapsed since the Revista Europea article.
She saw the influence of Tolstoy in these new mystical aspirations.corchenggreenovran.ml/4609-chica-busca.php
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Her review of Tristana the following May was less than enthusiastic. The feminist in her liked the early part of the novel where Tristana rebels against her abject and cloistered life as Lope's ward and mistress. Instead, we have the banal love affair between Tristana and Horacio, their separation, the amputation of her leg, Horacio's loss of interest in her, all ending with her apathetic life as a beata and Lope's wife.
Her discussion of Realidad , which was adapted from the novel of the same title, was in general positive. It showed the influence of Ibsen and marked a new orientation in the Spanish theater. She began her article on La loca de la casa by saying that she felt qualified to discuss it, having attended two rehearsals and the estreno as well as having read the first novelistic version of the work. The third play, Gerona , adapted from the Episodio nacional of the same name, was harshly treated by both the audience and the critics and closed after a single performance.
But she still refused to give up on him as a dramatist. This was the last substantial article she wrote about him.
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After that she mentioned him only briefly in passing. They corresponded during this time, but their letters have apparently been lost. She did complain, however, about his slightly archaic style and the unrealistic quality of his novels. He was more a classicist than a modern novelist. She was also the first to point out the resemblance between his manner of speech and that of his characters.
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It is Zola and his followers, particularly the Goncourts, who are the recipients of his ironic barbs, and she did not take offense. He continued to cross swords with her, always in an urbane and witty manner, never attacking her directly, and they remained on amicable terms. The conservative and obviously not very well informed Valera claimed that this recent interest in Russian literature was only a fad and that American and Polish literatures were equally vigorous.
The characters were pedestrian and uninteresting. He also objected to the deterministic protagonist. Why could not Esclavitud have enough free will, enough strength of character not to commit suicide? Two years later Valera published a pamphlet, Las mujeres y las academias. Women would be a distracting element in the Academy, he said, and male academicians would perforce gallantly elect all eligible females before considering male candidates. She had been pressuring Tamayo y Baus, the secretary of the Academy, to support her candidacy, and he was at his wit's end how to get her off his back.
It was Valera who proffered a solution. Su circunferencia es mayor que la nuestra He saw both sides of this talented but difficult woman. Then the year after his death she published a long necrological article in La Lectura , the most comprehensive and perceptive study of him to appear up until then Although she liked and admired him as a person, there were aspects of his intellectual personality which bothered her -especially his antifeminism, which she characterized as Semitic.
She had suppressed this irritation in her writings, especially her article in La Lectura. She apparently did not allow herself to be upset by his adverse, and not always fair, comments about her works on Naturalism and the Russian novel nor by his opposition to her election to the Academy. At the same time, he was not rebuffed by her aggressive manner as so many people were, and they remained friends.
Although she did not mention any titles, she obviously was primarily thinking of his regionalistic sketches when she placed him in the costumbrista tradition.
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He certainly should have been pleased with her comments. Soon thereafter their relations began to deteriorate. He accused her of sticking her nose into everything and characterized her article as impertinent, presumptuous, and petulant.
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