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From 'The invisible hand' to blind hand : about an Isaac Rosa 's novel

Abstract : The 2008 crisis revealed, once again, the impasses in which the world’s economic elites are engaged, giving a basis for abundant literature, essays and literary works. Isaac Rosa, revealed by Yesterday's False Hope (2004), has taken some distance from the flourishing novel about the Civil War by the 2000’s, with Another damn novel about the Spanish Civil War! (2007). In The Invisible Hand published in 2011, and adapted to the screen, narrative polyphony and theatricalization invite the reader, in fine, to a rediscovery of the central aspects of the developed market economy, that is to say capitalist. This is the form of the author’s engagement.
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Manuelle Peloille. From 'The invisible hand' to blind hand : about an Isaac Rosa 's novel. HispanismeS, Société des hispanistes français de l'enseignement supérieur, 2017, Les romans de la crise espagnole : contours/détours, pp.31-42. ⟨halshs-02355972⟩



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