Emilia Pardo Bazán

Emilia Pardo Bazán was a prominent Spanish author, journalist, and literary critic. She is considered one of the most important literary figures of 19th-century Spain and was a pioneer in introducing naturalism to Spanish literature. Her works often explored themes of social issues, women's rights, and the complexities of human nature.


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  1. 1. The House of Ulloa

    "The House of Ulloa" is a novel set in rural Spain during the 19th century, following the story of a young, idealistic priest sent to a decaying country estate to reform the marquis, who is a crude and corrupt nobleman. The priest's attempts at moral reform are thwarted by his love for the marquis' mistress and the cruel, primitive society that surrounds them. The book is a critique of the decaying nobility and the moral ambiguity of the Catholic Church.

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