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Iberian ModalitiesA Relational Approach to the Study of Culture in the Iberian Peninsula$
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Joan Ramon Resina

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9781846318337

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9781846318337.001.0001

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Francisco Maria Tubíno: Between Federalism and Iberianism

Francisco Maria Tubíno: Between Federalism and Iberianism

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(p.99) Chapter Six Francisco Maria Tubíno: Between Federalism and Iberianism
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Iberian Modalities
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Patrizio Rigobon

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9781846318337.003.0007

The chapter focuses primarily on the work Historia del renacimiento literario contemporáneo en Cataluña, Baleares y Valencia (1880) by Francisco María Tubino and especially on the issue of Iberianism as an outcome of political Federalism in the Iberian peninsula. Tubino disapproved (or simply ignored) a true “Iberian” standpoint. Nevertheless his opinion about Catalonia, its language and literature, is open-minded and quite new for his time (1880), especially for a man deeply involved in the Spanish political milieu on behalf of “la madre España”. The chapter also focuses on Patria y Federalismo, which was written some years before (1873) the Historia. This work focuses on some of the political outcomes to which the Historia provides the cultural background. In Patria y Federalismo his position concerning Federalism and Spain is clearly explained in terms like the following: “with regard to demonstrating that such a regime does not run contrary to the unity of the country, my wish was to reconcile its institutions with the recognition of individual rights. My approach stems from this”.

Keywords:   Tubino, Iberianism, Catalanism, Balaguer, Renaixença, Renacimiento, Imperialism

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