Sanatoriums in contemporary narratives : 'El mar', by Blai Bonet
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Kotatkova, Adela
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2018
Literature and medicine are closely connected. Many works have portrayed experiences of disease and have been set in health care facilities, including sanatoriums. Anti-tuberculosis sanatoriums, seen as spaces of isolation and as the death row, have inspired many authors. Twentieth-century novels devoted significant attention to these institutions which, far from the rest of society, conditioned the life of the sick but also their identity. The magic mountain by Thomas Mann and Rest home by Camilo José Cela are two outstanding references in this production. In Catalan literature, we need to highlight The sea, by Majorcan author Blai Bonet.

    Kotatkova, Adela. Sanatoriums in contemporary narratives : 'El mar', by Blai Bonet. En: Mètode Science Studies Journal: Annual Review, 8 2018: 254-260

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