Three Exemplary Novels by Miguel de Unamuno

"Three Exemplary Novels" is a collection of three distinct stories that delve into the psychological and moral complexities of human life. Each narrative explores themes of existentialism, faith, and identity through the lives of its characters, who face pivotal moral dilemmas and introspective journeys. The author weaves a rich tapestry of emotion and thought, challenging readers to question the nature of reality, the struggle for authenticity, and the search for meaning in a world fraught with contradiction and paradox. The novellas serve as a profound reflection on the human condition, offering a blend of philosophical insight and poignant storytelling.

The 6216th greatest book of all time


Published
1933
Nationality
Spanish
Type
Fiction
Pages
Unknown
Words
Unknown
Original Language
Spanish

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