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Creo que es demasiado tarde para ir a ver las malditas ovejas.
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You can hardly stand. It's too late to go to them sheep. Ciertamente no podemos ir deshacernos de esos malditos. Certainly we can not go quicker than them.
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No quiero ir a esta maldita comida de la escuela, Jeeves. I don't want to go to this dratted school treat, Jeeves.
The entire high command down the ship at the same time No quiero ir a tu maldita oficina. Shall we go through this just in my office? Y la verdad es que no me apetece nada ir a un maldito suburbio. And I really don't feel like going dead in some boring suburb.
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Me dejaste ir a su maldito homenaje. You let me go to her bloody memorial! I think there isn't a lad in the country doesn't want to go and crush that bloody Kaiser. I'm supposed to go all the way there to check a ramp?
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The point is that you thought you had to go to buttfuck-ville to talk to somebody about Trinity. Let us take a drive alone. I didn't have the authority just to hang you off the side of a bloody building, did I? But more importantly, Thomson achieves the remarkable feat of seriously challenging orthodox notions of Spanish political modernity.
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Whereas most other nineteenth-century European states underwent recognisably modern patterns of nation-building, Spain seemed set on an intractable Sonderweg. There was no Spanish Whereas other European states gained overseas empires, Spain lost hers. Whereas they advanced majority state nationalisms, Spain advanced minority peripheral nationalisms in Catalonia and the Basque country. Even radical politics were different. And as if all this were not enough, there remained the dominant status of the Spanish Army.
First and irretrievably politicised during the — 14 war against Napoleon, the army made Spain the classic country of the pronunciamiento , making and breaking revolutions in a weak civil society. This is a challenging and interesting premise for two reasons. Firstly, most historiography concerning 19th-century Spanish radicalism 5 is really a discourse about contemporary Spanish democracy and therefore of limited help to those of us who wish to read history forwards.
In short, even though modern politics may have happened to rural Spain, it certainly did not come from it. Thomson thus has quite a mountain to climb.
And, remarkably, he manages to do it. This international context is shown to be more than mere commentary. Thus barred from open politics, Democrats used newspapers in order to engage ever more people in an expanding public sphere.
And these newspapers offered blanket coverage of nationalist and democratic struggles overseas, especially those of the Hero of Marsala, Giuseppe Garibaldi, all of which, Thomson holds, made Spanish democrats identify themselves with wider international politics.
Democrats also subverted the Isabeline establishment thanks to another Italian import, the secret carbonari model of insurrection which inspired the radical wing of the Democrat Party founded in in the wake of the failed —6 Bienio Progresista. This ample array of primary research allows Thomson to construct a coherent and satisfyingly biographical chronology, divided into 13 chapters and four parts.