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A.- He never left. There are already three centuries of assumed Hispanophobia. But on certain occasions, in times of crisis and uncertainty, there is a recurrence. Now the peripheral nationalisms that were born in the 19th century and that are by definition Hispanophobic have allied with the anti-systemic left, which is getting stronger and stronger, and this naturally had to produce a resurgence.
A.- It is astonishing that we are still thinking about this. Fray Bartolomé is totally discredited as a reliable source. The Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies belongs to a literary genre, that of religious polemic, which includes hyperbole in its poetics. Fray Bartolomé exaggerates to produce polemic. Later it was used profusely by the enemies of the empire. On the other hand, Fray Bartolomé was not able to endure the diocese of Chiapas and the time he was there he was not interested in the Indians nor did he learn a word of an indigenous language, nor was he capable, as Fray Toribio de Motolinía bitterly says, of distinguishing one Indian from another. He wanted to live in the center of power, around the court.
María Elvira Roca Barea[n. 1] (nacida en 1966) es una académica y escritora española. Estudió filología y se especializó en la literatura de la Edad Media y de la Europa moderna temprana. Su labor de investigación se ha centrado principalmente en las estrategias narrativas de los distintos periodos literarios, pero se hizo famosa por su trabajo sobre la Leyenda Negra española.
Nacida en El Borge (provincia de Málaga) en 1966, se licenció en Filología Hispánica y posteriormente obtuvo un máster en Literatura Medieval y un doctorado en Filología Clásica en la Universidad de Málaga. Ha trabajado para el Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) y ha dado conferencias en la Universidad de Harvard (Estados Unidos). Es autora de varias publicaciones académicas relacionadas, principalmente, con la retórica y la construcción de imágenes y discursos a través del teatro y la literatura.
En su libro ofrece una definición de “imperio” y “leyenda negra”. A continuación, intenta mostrar los elementos y estrategias comunes de este discurso en todas las naciones y épocas, deconstruyendo y exponiendo las similitudes entre la propaganda antinorteamericana, antirrusa, antirromana y antiespañola producida por sus respectivos contemporáneos, así como las similitudes en la forma en que los imperios respondieron -o más bien no respondieron-.
The book has received numerous favorable reviews. The historian, professor of history and president of the Royal Academy of History, Carmen Iglesias Cano, believes that “… his magnificent book Imperiofobia y leyenda negra. If there is anyone who has not yet read it, I highly recommend it. It is a magnificently written book, with ease, with exhaustive and totally rigorous documentation…” 
Nobel Laureate in Literature, Mario Vargas Llosa, believes that María Elvira Roca Barea’s book is entertaining and at the same time shows a rigorous erudition. And he describes it as “sharp, deep, polemic” and concludes by confessing that “it has been a long time since I had read such an entertaining and stimulating book.” The historian and writer Agustín Agustín Roca Barea, who is also the author of the book, has also written about the book.
The historian and writer Agustín García Simón describes the work as extraordinary, highlighting its capacity for refutation. He highlights the concept of Empire as opposed to that of the State, and the furious reaction that erupts in some subjected places until it becomes a racist prejudice or black legend. He believes that the book is essential to understand issues assumed with lacerating prejudices. He also considers that the book is essential for understanding issues assumed with lacerating prejudices.
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I am aware that Josep Borrell has not died, so he could hardly be resurrected (laughter). That this affects the entire Socialist Party seems to me a somewhat hasty conclusion.
After the sentence of La Manada and Juana Rivas, from the new government, through various feminist sectors, there is talk of a reform of the laws so that they have a gender perspective. What is your opinion?
Look, I have the hope that this is a fad that will soon pass. Trying not to get lost in the momentary leaf litter of each day, I don’t pay attention to things until they have a certain course. It is very possible that all this effervescence of gender, of language, of heteropatriarchy, will exhaust the market relatively soon. And then we will have to keep an eye out, but only for fun, for the next thing that comes along. You just have to start worrying when these things affect the law. I don’t know if this is a purely effervescent moment like when certain words, gestures or expressions become fashionable and then quickly fall into oblivion.