Lletres de resistència (1939-1981)
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2005. Edició a cura de Santi Cortés, 426 pp.
Words of resistance is a great alterpiece of the historic avatars of Valencia and its cultural relations with neighbouring communities as Catalonia and Mallorca between 1939 and 1981 through around fifty actors of remarkable cultural and political relevance. As a matter of fact, through this book of correspondence from Manuel Sanchis Guarner we can read philologist such as R. Ménendez Pidal, Francesc de B. Moll, Joan Conomines, Josep M. de Casacuberta, Ramon Aramon or Martí de Riquer; writers like Carles Salvador, Bernat Vidal, Josep Maria Llompart, Llorenç Villalonga, Xavier Casp; patricians as Nicolau Primitiu or Joan Ballester; historians and scholars such us Jesús E. Martínez Ferrando, Arturo Zabala or Ricard Blasco, ecclesiastical people as Maur M. Boix or Josep M. Lahiguera and politicians from the most diverse ideology like Adolfo Rincón de Arellano, Manuel Broseta, Joan A. Perelló Morales, Íñigo Clavero, Josep Beibà or Joaquim Muñoz Peirats, to name just a few. The selection reveals Sanchis Guarner’s capacity for dialogue, who, as a tireless humanist, always believed in the spiritual dimension of the man to the point of denying tosee the enemies who betrayed them. Above all, he offers us a first-hand witness of a living story of our society, not lived by a great part of our neighbours and, therefore, of a worthless value for new generations.
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