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A paperback of Gerald Brenan's account of Spanish literature from Roman times to the present, which has won praise from every quarter for its original and enthusiastic approach, its wide-ranging scholarship and elegant style. First published in paperback in 1976, this book remains a useful study of Spanish literary history.
The Roman and Visgothic periods
The Arab period
The early Middle Ages
The archpriest of Hita
The late Middle Ages
The period of the Catholic kings
The Siglo de Oro. Charles V and Phillip II
Lope de Vega and the new comedy
G³ngora and the new poetry
Quevedo and Graciín
Calderon and the late drama
The eighteenth century
Nineteenth-century poetry and poetic drama
The twentieth century
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ISBN: 9780521290432 ISBN-10: 0521290430 Audience:
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 520 Published: 10th May 1976 Publisher: Cambridge University Press Country of Publication: GB Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0
Weight (kg): 0.65
Edition Number: 2