|Mist (1914) [Novel]|
by Miguel de Unamuno
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Dispensing with the conventions of action, time and place, and analysis of character Mist proceeds entirely on the strength of dialogue that reveals the struggles of what Unamuno called his "agonists." These include Augusto Perez, the pampered son of a recently deceased mother; the deceitful, scheming Eugenia, whom Augusto obsessively idealizes; and Augusto's dog Orfeo, who gives a funeral oration upon his master's death. Mist even includes a chapter that explains Unamuno's theory of the antinovel.
Original title: Niebla
Genre: Fiction→ General Fiction→ Literary Fiction/classics