Rev Esp Quimioter 2020; 33(5): 296-312
The Spanish flu and the fiction literature
EMMA VÁZQUEZ- ESPINOSA, CLAUDIO LAGANÀ, FERNANDO VÁZQUEZ
Published: 7 July 2020
This review focuses on the fictional literature in which the Spanish flu is represented either as an anecdotal or as a historical aspect and the effect on the author or fictional character. We examine this sociocultural period in the press and mainly in Anglo-Saxon literary works and from other countries, including Spanish and Latin American literature that is not very represented in some international reviews on the subject. Also, we include books about the previous and subsequent influenza pandemics to the Spanish flu.
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