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cypresses believe in God.

JoseМЃ MariМЃa Gironella

cypresses believe in God.

by JoseМЃ MariМЃa Gironella

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Published by Knopf in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Spain
    • Subjects:
    • Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939 -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      Sequel to One million dead.

      StatementTranslated from the Spanish by Harriet de Onís.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPZ3.G4438 Cy
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (ix, 1010 p.)
      Number of Pages1010
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6154020M
      LC Control Number54007195

        The reputation of Spain's bestselling novelist of the s, José María Gironella, who has died of a stroke a stands on his hugely ambitious trilogy, which began in with his best.   So this is part one of the defense of my undergraduate thesis (we call it a HURCA presentation at my school). You probably have to wear headphones and turn the sound up really loud to .

      The Cypresses Believe in God (Volume II), by Jose Maria Gironella (read 20 Jan ) I remember that when I was nearing the end of the second volume of this work I /5(7). The Cypresses Believe in God (2 Volumes) by José María Gironella Edition: First American Edition Book condition: Very Good Book Description.

        The Cypresses Believe in God (Part I) by Jose Maria Gironella. March, The Cypresses Believe in God (Part II) by Jose Maria Gironella. April, The Cypresses Believe in God (Part III) by Jose Maria Gironella. May, The Cypresses Believe in God (Part IV) by Jose Maria Gironella. June, The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar. Read this book on Questia. The first volume of my announced trilogy, entitled The Cypresses Believe in God, embraces the period immediately preceding the Civil War in Spain, that is, the epoch of the Republic, which began in April and ended in July The present volume, entitled One Million Dead, is a sequel to that, and covers the entire period of the war, which lasted from the 18th.


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Considered by many critics to be the greatest novel ab /5. Jose Maria Gironella. José Maria Gironella (–) was born in Gerona, Spain, and fought in the Spanish Civil War. He wrote five books about the war; the three most famous are the novels One Million Dead, Peace After War, and The Cypresses Believe in God.

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The Cypresses Believe in God. The book is a novel in two parts, and is the first novel of four, written from a Roman Catholic viewpoint, by its Catholic author, who had been educated in a seminary — but who attempted to approach the many nuances and subtleties among all the factions on the eve of war in a fair, even-handed manner.

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Considered by many critics to be the greatest novel about the Spanish Civil War, this classic work by Spaniard Jose Maria Gironella is an unbiased account of the complicated events, movements and personalities that led up to the war.

Beginning inCypresses covers the next five years of political unrest, culminating in the explosion of the brutal war that wreaked such great havoc on Spain 4/5(1). Other articles where The Cypresses Believe in God is discussed: José María Gironella: cipreses creen en Dios (; The Cypresses Believe in God), in which the conflicts within a family portrayed in the novel symbolize the dissension that overtook the people of Spain during the years preceding the Spanish Civil War of – The book, which won the National Prize for Literature, was.

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The Cypresses Believe in God was José María Gironella’s third novel and the first to attain widespread success, being translated into several other languages.

It is the first part of a trilogy. Out of the life blood of Spain's Civil Wars this stupendous novel is being conceived. Here is the first part of the trilogy- in itself totalling over pages-and covering the years of inception to as the forces in conflict became cohesive factors.

Gironella has chosen for his setting Gerona, a provincial town almost arrogantly Catalan, and virtually ostracizing ""foreigners"".

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