The history of photobooks in Spain was shaped by key historical events, such as the Civil War and the transition to democracy, which provided the subject matter for some of the finest productions. Other major themes in Spanish photobooks include: the changing social role and the changing view both of the rural population and, especially, of women; the link between literature and photography; and subjects that touch more closely on international history, such as those addressing urban development.
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