The Unbelieving Priest: Unamuno's Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr and Bergman's Winter Light

Lacy, Allen
March 1982
Literature Film Quarterly;1982, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p53
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Compares the novel 'Saint Emmanuel the Good Martyr,' by Miguel de Unamuno and the motion picture 'Winter Light,' directed by Ingmar Bergman. Religious themes and philosophies emphasized in the presentations; Description of the characters in the novel and motion picture; Details of some scenes in the presentations.


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