The social novel dehumanized face of the novel arises from the 30s a movement claiming rehumanization art, back to the human concerns. The new romantic novel (1930) Jose Diaz Fernandez will trigger this new literature. Contemporary historical events to these authors, such as the Soviet Revolution, World War I and the war in Morocco, led these writers to become aware of reality and feel the need to report more objectionable aspects of society. The issues revolve around the war in Morocco and the situation of the workers and peasants, so that sometimes these novels become social reports. José Díaz Fernández (1898-1940) publishes The blockhouse in 1928, which becomes One of the first works of this genre. The publication is provided by the publisher New History, which contributes to the consolidation of gender with the collection "The Social Novel." Besides Fernández Díaz's novel, in the same year appear Campus invalid, the Peruvian Cesar Falcon and the suicide of Prince Ariel, EJ Balbontín. Ramon J. Sender (1902-1982 is the principal author of this current. With Magnet (1930) underpins the genre was born. The concern for social criticism and attempt to show reality as it is are two elements common to most novels by this author. The nineteenth-century realistic narrative The importance of the realist novel acquired in the second half of the nineteenth century survived in the work of some authors determined to prolong it: Ricardo Leon and Concha Espina. Ricardo León (1877-1943) established a direct bridge between the realism of Galdós and Clarín's novel of the first half of the twentieth. In 1908 he published his most successful novel, caste gentry, with whom he became one of the authors of wider audience. The titles that followed not achieved such popularity: Sentimental Comedy (1909) and Centaurs (1912). Concha Espina (1877-1955) stands out for developing a dimly lyrical prose, as well as stylistic values. Among its pages you can find the first signs of social withdrawal but very colored by the tone of Christian redemption that the author uses a common element in all his novels, that becomes more a demonstration of true piety that complaint. maragata At The Sphinx (1914) Concha Espina criticizes the discriminatory of women in León. His best novel is the metal of the Dead (1920), in which the central theme is the dispute raised by a group of miners. The humorous novel Wenceslao Fernández Flórez (1884-1964) is one of the few Spanish authors dedicated almost exclusively to the novel, humor, humorous though that will gradually soured because of skepticism. in recent times his work is becoming more valued and recognized, which may be considered an author of our literature. His early works are mainly natural and introduced Galician regional elements, with a touch of erotic and manners:The procession of the days (1914), Volvoreta (1917) and has entered a Thief (1920). Gradually, his mood gradually becomes more intellectual and critical, so that the novels of the second stage take place in imaginary places. Critical gender bias, irrational attachment to the land and the false heroism, all of which leads to skepticism Bluebeard's Secret (1923) The novel of the forties after the Civil War (1936-1939), society Spanish should return to normal, but this work not be easy. The ideology of the victors was imposed on the vanquished in all aspects of life, and the novel would be no less. The material needs and the delicate social situation came to the fore, and in the period popularly known as the famine years (1939-1945) there was not much room for creative writing. However, there are examples of authors who began a search for new narrative forms that would allow development to resume the novel was reaching in the years of the Second Republic. Rafael García Serrano enthusiastic advocate of the ideology Falangist, published during the war or the proclamation Eugenio Spring (1938) in order to support the National troops of General Franco. The fascist symbols and continuous invitations to the death and heroism in the cause drowning literary values it may contain. In 1943 he published his most renowned, The faithful infantry, Camilo José Cela (1916-2002) began publishing during the forties, and yours is the first great novel of the decade: The Family of Pascual Duarte (1942). Due to the brutality of the argument: the sad and distressing image presented in Spanish society, this novel technique has been called exaggerated, characterized by objectivism of the story and the mastery of language and its expressive possibilities. In the second half of the century, Cela will become the Spanish novelist best known inside and outside Spain. The award Creation Award Nadal Nadal is another element that contributes to the slow awakening of the novel during the forties. The first edition in 1945, awards Carmen Laforet (1933-2004), until then an unknown young man of twenty years, for his novel Nothing. Miguel Delibes (1920-2010) is the most important author who has done it won few Nadal Prize during the forties. A publication of her first novel, The shade of the cypress is long (1948), followed shortly after The Road (1950), Five hours with Mario (1966) or Prince dethroned (1973 Juan Antonio Zunzunegui (1901-1982) wrote primarily about folk customs and realistic subjects, with great descriptive power. In a way, goes to social criticism, while not a progressive writer. His first book is Chiripi (1925), The following works of Zunzunegui develop into bourgeois subject : Oh ... these children (1943), The Death Ship (1945) and ulcer (1948). The rest of the production is set in the fifties and sesenta.En conclusion, the novel of the decade of the forties is totally determined by the circumstances of the war ..