Nationalism in Mourning: An Epitaph for Ideology in Ramon Saizarbitoria's Gorde Nazazu Lurpean
Nationalism, Ramon Saizarbitoria, Gorde Nazazu Lurpean
On July 24,2001, Oklaia Kastresana, a twenty-two year old woman from the Basque Country who had once dreamed of becoming a school teacher, was killed by an explosion of more than ten kilos of dynamite on the southeastern coast of Spain. Her death would undoubtedly have been more widely mourned had she not been an agent of ETA who, through either clumsiness of ignorance, accidentally detonated the bomb that she was trying to put together.
Original Publication Citation
“Nationalism in Mourning: An Epitaph for Ideology in Ramon Saizarbitoria’s Gorde nazazu lurpean.” Journalof Spanish Cultural Studies 8.3 (2007): 357-78
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Laraway, David, "Nationalism in Mourning: An Epitaph for Ideology in Ramon Saizarbitoria's Gorde Nazazu Lurpean" (2007). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 43.
Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies