Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Gregory Peter Andrachuk

This literature criticism consists of approximately 12 pages of analysis & critique of Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr.
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Critical Essay by Gregory Peter Andrachuk

SOURCE: Andrachuk, Gregory Peter. “‘He That Eatheth of This Bread Shall Live Forever’ (John 6:58): Lázaro's Communion.” Romance Notes 31, no. 3 (spring 1991): 205-13.

In the following essay, Andrachuk examines an overlooked passage in Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr and suggests Unamuno is writing about an alternative church.

At the thematic and structural centre of Unamuno's San Manuel Bueno, mártir (1931), lies a passage whose significance has been completely overlooked. Here, the narrator, Ángela Carballino, describes her brother's reception of the Holy Communion:

Y llegó el día de su comunión, ante el pueblo todo, con el pueblo todo. Cuando llegó la vez a mi hermano pude ver que Don Manuel, tan blanco como...

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