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Baroja

Pio . 1872--1956, Spanish Basque novelist, who wrote nearly 100 novels, including a series of twenty-two under the general title Memorias de un Hombre de Acción (1944--49)
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Ecuador, who fell at the group stage in Brazil last year, struck the knockout blow in the 23rd when a clearance by Baroja, under no pressure, was intercepted by Miller Bolanos.
1- The forced expulsion of Muslims and Jews from their land (genocide) led to the repopulation of the territory with Christian populations from the North of the Iberian Peninsula (Caro Barojas 1991; Carrasco 2009).
On Diego Rodriguez Cardoso see Julio Caro Baroja, Los Judios en la Espana Moderna y Contemporanea, 2 vols.
His recently published critical essays on Pio Baroja, in many ways a major influence on his own writing, underscore the excellent craftsmanship that has characterized all his work.
Bedoya-cited a famous witticism from Spanish writer Pio Baroja to illustrate the perennial character of the country's church-state conflicts: "The whole history of Spain is composed of people following behind priests, carrying either candles or sticks," Baroja wrote.
Nevertheless, as Julio Caro Baroja argues, a distinction between 'false' and 'true' mystics is more difficult to make than had appeared in the past, not only as regards spiritual movements among the anonymous lower strata, but also with respect to great figures.
The tradition of " o principe encuberto," "the hidden prince," remained and was recorded in Brazil in 1838 (Caro Baroja 1979, 132).
In the novels of Pio Baroja, if we take as an example the most noteworthy and most universal of modern Spanish novelists, we never stumble on the joints or the scaffolding, however much we turn the work about, hold it up to the light, or sniff around in general.
Flamenco has its origins not in ethnic purity but in what Julio Caro Baroja called "ethnic chaos" (Ensayo sobre la literatura de cordel [Madrid: Edicones de la Revista de Occidente, 1969]).
Beneath the codifying walls raised by the renaissance of 1898, by the unequal works of the authors of Miguel de Unamuno's generation--Azorin, Pio Baroja and Ramon Valle Inclan--two strong lyric currents, whose source is the seventeenth century, arrive to spread their delta on our agitated times.
Obermaier, a German priest, fled to Germany and Switzerland during the Civil War, because 'he was not an example of German bravery' (Caro Baroja 1978: 318).
Colombia, tipped as outsiders for the title, poured forward in search of an equaliser and James Rodriguez, Edwin Cardona and Juan Cuadrado all came close but Venezuelan keeper Alain Baroja kept them at bay.