Post/imperial encounters : Anglo-Hispanic cultural relations / edited by Juan E. Tazón Salces and Isabel Carrera Suárez.

Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • Spanish
Published/​Created
Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2005.
Description
239 p. ; 22 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language note
Text in English with quoted pasages in Spanish.
Contents
A tropological approach to new world promotional writings in Renaissance England / Francisco J. Borge -- The menace of the wanderer: Thomas Stukeley and the Anglo-Spanish conflict in Ireland / Juan E. Tazón Salces -- Wandering between the wars: Walter Starkie's Di/visions / Jacqueline A. Hurtley -- The theatrical construction of a Cavalier mentality in Fletcher's plays and a Jonsonian riposte / Keith Whitlock -- The translation of Hamlet by Leandro Fernández de Moratín: Neoclassical genius and dramatic rules / María Bringas López -- North American native autobiographies and Latin American testimonios: the dialogic self / M. Belén Martín Lucas -- The Americas, postcoloniality and gender: new world witches in Maryse Condé and Lucía Guerra / Isabel Carrera Suárez -- Two ages of man in Lorca and Dylan Thomas: from the adolescent imagination to the childhood perception / D. Gareth Walters -- When Wendy grew up: the importance of Peter Pan in Ana María Matute's Primera memoria and Esther Tusquets' Elmismo mar de todos los veranos / María Elena Soliño -- Revising phallogocularcentrism: Lourdes Ortiz's "Eva" and Irish Re/writings of the myth of Eve / Luz Mar González Arias -- Postmodern mysteries: Allen and Almodóvar across genre boundaries / Guillermo Iglesias Díaz.
Other title(s)
Anglo-Hispanic cultural relations
ISBN
9042019921 (pbk.)
OCLC
58422090
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