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Access options available:. Central to this reading is the ambivalence toward empire displayed by the text, an ambivalence that has not been theorized as such that is, as a specific way of relating to the loss of imperial ideals. Situating the text in its original context of production, the paper demonstrates the paradoxical quality of such injunction: it can be seen as an anti-imperialistic gesture that, in the same movement it was expressed, was blatantly ignoring the nineteenth-century Spanish imperial experience in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines and was indicating a clear drive toward expansion both within the Iberian Peninsula and Africa.
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Spain, an Interpretation