Jeremy Treglown is a British writer and critic who spends part of every year in Spain and has written about the country for Granta and other magazines. His previous books include biographies of Roald Dahl, Henry Green (Dictionary of Literary Biography Award), and V. S. Pritchett (short-listed for the Whitbread Award for Biography; Duff Cooper Prize for Literature). A former editor of The Times Literary Supplement and a Fellow of the New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Writers and Scholars, he has taught at Oxford, University College London, Princeton, and Warwick, and has written for The New Yorker and The New York Times Book Review. Treglown lives in London.
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An open-minded and clear-eyed reexamination of the cultural artifacts of Franco’s Spain
True, false, or both?
Spain’s 1939–75 dictator, Francisco Franco,...