Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Nelson R. Orringer

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Critical Essay by Nelson R. Orringer

SOURCE: Orringer, Nelson R. “Unamuno and St. José Martí, the Good.” Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 21, no. 3 (fall 1996): 191-201.

In the following essay, Orringer elucidates Unamuno's views on José Martí and contends that the Cuban freedom fighter served as a model for the character of Emmanuel in Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr.

A young Canadian oak struck down at the height of life, Victor Ouimette, often provided mental kindling for rigorous ideas. Doffing his usual self-restraint in intellectual forums, he relished baiting and debating his interlocutors. Not without autobiographical cause, therefore, he titled the masterpiece of his youth Reason Aflame: Unamuno and the Heroic Will. He could well empathize with Unamuno's heroes, who devoured life with their reason, which, in...

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