Holy Week in Granada.

In this speech, read by Unión Radio in April 1936, the romantic vision that the author has of his city appears once again. Several motifs about Granada appear that will be repeated throughout his work. The sadness and melancholy that impregnate his vision of the landscape, the contrast between the novelties new development seen in the city and that imply its loss of identity (according to Ganivet) and the presence of the Moorish and Jewish past.