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The Shadow of the Cathedral. by Mrs. W. A. Gillespie,Vicente Blasco Ibáñez. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Price: $ The novel is a criticism of the Spanish society, class differences, catholic influence and political issues during the XVIII adnd XIX centuries that can apply perfectly (at some points) on our days. THE SHADOW OF THE CATHEDRAL CHAPTER I The dawn was just rising when Gabriel Luna arrived in front of the Cathedral, but in the narrow street of Toledo it was still night. The silvery morning light that had scarcely begun to touch the eaves and roofs, spread out more freely in . The Black Cathedral is a book about survival—every character is in danger of imminent harm—but there’s a melancholy playfulness that enlivens the tragedy.” —Maxine Swann, Los Angeles Review of Books "Strange and beautiful.