Cultural and literary magazine fundamental to understanding the Spanish Transition, led by the literary critic Juan Ramón Masoliver and edited by José Batlló.
In this publication participated, among many other prominent names, Felix de Azua, Carlos Barral, José Mª Castellet, Víctor Claudin, Marcelo Cohen, Alberto Clavería, José Luis Gimenez-Frontin, Luis Izquierdo, Jorge Herralde, Beatriz de Moura, Anna Moix César Antonio Molina, Francesc Parcerisas, Jaime Salinas
Camp de l'Arpa is probably one of the most important journals for understanding the cultural and literary movements ranging from the early 70's, when the fighting against Franco's regime took place, until the beginning of the 80's with the establishment of a fragile democracy.
Its pages present the most important works of novelists, poets and playwrights, as well as their critical reception.
An essential magazine to understand the Spanish literature of the second half of the 20th Century.
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