Simon, Robert. Blanca Andreu, Galicia, and the New Iberian Mysticism: From Post-Mortem to Post-Mystic. Lexington, 2019.
The poetry of Galician-born Spanish-language author Blanca Andreu has garnered increasing critical attention as of late, particularly from a postmodernist perspective that concentrates on issues such as linguistic choice, nationalism, and her role as a female poet. This 2019 study by Georgia’s Kennesaw State University professor Robert Simon takes a markedly different approach to Andreu’s work by focusing on the mystical elements present in her poetry and inscribing her within the wider framework of a so-called New Iberian Mysticism.
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