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Back then, people asked me whether I was related to this Rikardo Arregi, whether I had anything to do with him. In general, it is known that the commercial interests of the economic elites tend to impose themselves on cultural devel- opment interests, relegating or eliminating aspirations such as the normalization of the language, sovereignty, and self-determination.

This opportunity granted me access to the space traditionally labeled Francophonie, a relatively important issue in France today. Peter Lang, The generous funding of the Basque Gov- ernment made it possible for nineteen guests, made up of Basque writers and experts from American and European universities, to be able to debate and reflect on the chal- lenges posed by the new global scenario for minority literatures such as that of Basque.

The name of the artifact: Like any faith, the commitment to normalization was fed by hope for the future: The explanation for the title lies in the Romantic tradition. These objectives, in turn, have led to the heteronomization of literature, to use a Bourdieuian term. If a language is lost, so, too, is the vision, or at the very least one of the elements that makes this world richer for its differ- ences.

Very few people were buying books; the atmosphere was sad. In his eagerness to breathe life into the repressed Catalan language and culture, Espriu took inspiration from the Jewish spiritual archive and, especially, the marrano-converso history of Spain. But, even though the figure is a positive sign, as are other statistics—the number of publishing houses, the number of cultural associations and all the rest that I have mentioned—the Basque literary institution has a weakness: This last phenomenon is quite recent, but very much a burning issue: Hers is a trajectory that, in the same way as most Basque authors, understands the importance of self-translation, an experience that, she contends, has been positive in her case in that it has enabled her to live in two languages, inhabit two universes, that of Castilian and that of Euskara.


The river descends from the jagged peaks that form a mountain range and that border the Baztan, a Pyrenean valley lost between and where my mother was born.

And they speak of sacrifice, of rabid nationalism, and of worse. Was it only spoken by one of the parents?

And to our team of coworkers in Euskadi, Cameron Watson and Jose Luis Agote, for the excellent work undertaken in the copyediting and design of this book. Besides, Basque would never be entirely lost given the thousands of books written in the language, texts that may indeed mirror the particular vision of the Basque people. The political regime changed and people started to breathe.

I will add that the strength of the Basque literary institution, the fact that it is stronger than those of countries that in theory should rank above it—Serbia, Uruguay, the Czech Republic—can be explained in large part by the repression, not only of the ideology of independence, but of all of Basque culture, that followed the Spanish Civil War. Literature was caught in the middle of the fray. I am not an enthusiast of uchronias, but if I were to write something set in an alternate history, surely there would be a Catalan, Galician, or Basque writer who, facing a journalist, a professor, or a critic, would attempt to explain the basic question: One might say that literature written in the Basque language has never been consid- ered by our political leaders as a potential passport to universalize our culture.

I would sit together with him, we would play cards, but I do not remember having been able to maintain a conversation with him. But the situation was untenable because the translator, the aerodynamic cork who might have saved him, had other work and could not give him much time. It seems to me that this happens to most people in our postmodern world.

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Zaldua argues in favor of a commit- ment by Basque writers to help resolve the conflict, or at least to lend what little they can to put an end to the violence. But they brought it on themselves.

Douglass and Joseba Zulaika, Basque Culture.

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I cite another example, also related to the United States, more specifically to the great national parks of the west. The data on the matter cannot be more revealing: At other times still, more concealed, the ideology has adopted a scientific or poetic guise, as occurred with the two theories I discussed earlier: This, I insist, is the great weakness of the Basque literary institution.

How could he communicate with the sick young girl? The New Mestiza San Lenguajs On the same day and in more or less formal venues, at ten in the morning I heard someone say I was not a very patriotic person while at six in the evening another person said I was too patriotic.

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In the United States—as documented in Frances S. Introduction 15 with a nationalist component during the period — a cultural element that might bestow visibility in the global utopia, nor a production that might be legitimated by the winning of the supreme international award, the Nobel Prize.

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A Place for Literature in Postnationalist Identity. The shortest route around the world passes through there.

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According to the author, these books differed from the restrictive perception of the country given by foreigners and offered a differentiating, multiple view of the nation. Translated by Trinor David Griffith. Let us consider again the question of Basque readership. I have no hi;ertexto that it will be in that language and it will be poetry. Arregi breaks free of essences in order to embrace definitions based on performativity.