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Winter 2003


This article aims to examine how spatiality structures the psyche and ideology of the protagonist, Pedro, of Miguel Delibes' novel La sombra del cipres es alargada, as seen in his internal monologues and his relationships with others. Spatial references become pivotal not only in the development of the action but also in Pedro's personal development and in the articulation of existential concepts.


Published: Mascia, Mark J. "Spatiality and Psychology in Miguel Delibes' La sombra del cipres es alargada." Letras Peninsulares 15.3 (2002-2003): 615-627.