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“The Green Bird” and Other Tales/“El pájaro verde” y otros cuentos by Juan Valera (review)

“The Green Bird” and Other Tales/“El pájaro verde” y otros cuentos by Juan Valera (review) 144 RESENAS JUAN VALERA. “The Green Bird” and Other Tales/“El pájaro verde” y otros cuentos. Trans. Robert M. Fedorchek. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, serie de traducciones críticas N°1, 2013. 249 pp. Wan Sonya Tang It seems fitting that Professor Fedorchek’s edition and translation of Juan Valera’s “The Green Bird” and Other Tales is available not only in paperback but also through Barnes & Noble as an e-book, a first for publisher Juan de la Cuesta. As Professor Fedorchek reminds readers, Valera led a life filled with international travel, and had he lived in the age of the Internet, he would certainly have delved into cyber territory just as he trotted the terrestrial globe. This first volume in Juan de la Cuesta’s serie de traducciones críticas is furthermore an excellent work to launch into cyberspace, given the book’s purpose and wide appeal. Fedorchek states in the introduction that modern editions of Valera’s work generally consist of his most famous novels, with little attention paid to his short fiction. He names Carmen Bravo- Villasante’s edition of “El caballero del azor” y otros cuentos as one of few recent collections, and a quick WorldCat search confirms the dearth http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anales Galdosianos Anales Galdosianos

“The Green Bird” and Other Tales/“El pájaro verde” y otros cuentos by Juan Valera (review)

Anales Galdosianos , Volume 49 – Jan 28, 2015

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144 RESENAS JUAN VALERA. “The Green Bird” and Other Tales/“El pájaro verde” y otros cuentos. Trans. Robert M. Fedorchek. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic Monographs, serie de traducciones críticas N°1, 2013. 249 pp. Wan Sonya Tang It seems fitting that Professor Fedorchek’s edition and translation of Juan Valera’s “The Green Bird” and Other Tales is available not only in paperback but also through Barnes & Noble as an e-book, a first for publisher Juan de la Cuesta. As Professor Fedorchek reminds readers, Valera led a life filled with international travel, and had he lived in the age of the Internet, he would certainly have delved into cyber territory just as he trotted the terrestrial globe. This first volume in Juan de la Cuesta’s serie de traducciones críticas is furthermore an excellent work to launch into cyberspace, given the book’s purpose and wide appeal. Fedorchek states in the introduction that modern editions of Valera’s work generally consist of his most famous novels, with little attention paid to his short fiction. He names Carmen Bravo- Villasante’s edition of “El caballero del azor” y otros cuentos as one of few recent collections, and a quick WorldCat search confirms the dearth

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Published: Jan 28, 2015

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