Libros y tratos en la república literaria hispano-mexicana

Autor(es): Emma Rivas


Abstract: Cultural and intellectual circumstances in the second half of the nineteenth century in Spain led to the establishment of agreements in the world of letters that permitted the culmination of several collaborative projects forged within the framework of so-called Panhispanicism, intended to “strengthen the political, economic and cultural ties of Spain, as a guiding power, with its former colonies at the same time it was intended to curb American expansionism.” In Mexico some initiatives, although with limitations, came into being, whose aim was to recover books and documents to complete the bibliographic corpus necessary to write and reinterpret history itself.

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