During the past few years, the University of Dayton Review has, on several occasions, published issues dedicated to the Nobel Prize winning German author Heinrich Böll under the able editorship of Professor Robert Conard. On this occasion, the present issue of the UDR concerns itself with an aspect of the literature of Spain.

When called upon to act as editor for this issue, it was my feeling that, on the one hand, to dedicate it principally to one author in particular would be too limiting, whereas to open it up to include all of Spanish literature would be excessively broad. I have chosen, therefore, given the fundamental nature of the University of Dayton as a Marianist institution, to group the articles around the general topic of "The Religious Theme in Spanish Literature."



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