SPANISH STUDIES: LITERATURE, 1823-1898

SPANISH STUDIES: LITERATURE, 1823-1898 Spanish Studies LITERATURE, 1823-1898 By PETER A. BLY, ProfessorofSpanish, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario* I. GENERAL Margaret Beeson et al., Hispanic Writers in French Journals: An Annotated Bibliography, Lincoln, Nebraska, Society of Spanish and Spanish American Studies, I978, I 55 pp., contains only a few relevant entries (Palacio Valdes, Zorrilla, Pereda, Gald6s). Makers of Nineteenth Century Culture: I8oo-1914, ed.Justin Wintle, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, I982, xxiii + 709 pp., includes an odd selection (made by Donald Shaw): Espronceda, Becquer, Gald6s, and Larra, but not Alas, Pereda, or Valera. Hensley C. Woodbridge, Spanish and Spanish American Literature: An Annotated Guide to Selected Bibliographies, N. York, Modern Language Association of America, 74 pp., is a very useful reference tool. John W. Kronik, Arbor, I I6: I I 7-30, gives a compre­ hensive assessment of the contribution ofNorth American scholars to I9th-century Spanish studies. Amancio Labanderia Fernandez, REH, I 6, I 982: 3 7g--go, supplies additions and amplifications to Ignacio Ferreras's I979 catalogue of I 9th-century Spanish novelists. Maria del Carmen Simon Palmer, Censo de escritores . .. , pp. 99-I I9, proffers useful information on minor female writers. Marfa del Carmen Azaustre Serrano, *Canciones y romances populares impresos en Barcelona en http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies Brill

SPANISH STUDIES: LITERATURE, 1823-1898

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Spanish Studies LITERATURE, 1823-1898 By PETER A. BLY, ProfessorofSpanish, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario* I. GENERAL Margaret Beeson et al., Hispanic Writers in French Journals: An Annotated Bibliography, Lincoln, Nebraska, Society of Spanish and Spanish American Studies, I978, I 55 pp., contains only a few relevant entries (Palacio Valdes, Zorrilla, Pereda, Gald6s). Makers of Nineteenth Century Culture: I8oo-1914, ed.Justin Wintle, London, Routledge and Kegan Paul, I982, xxiii + 709 pp., includes an odd selection (made by Donald Shaw): Espronceda, Becquer, Gald6s, and Larra, but not Alas, Pereda, or Valera. Hensley C. Woodbridge, Spanish and Spanish American Literature: An Annotated Guide to Selected Bibliographies, N. York, Modern Language Association of America, 74 pp., is a very useful reference tool. John W. Kronik, Arbor, I I6: I I 7-30, gives a compre­ hensive assessment of the contribution ofNorth American scholars to I9th-century Spanish studies. Amancio Labanderia Fernandez, REH, I 6, I 982: 3 7g--go, supplies additions and amplifications to Ignacio Ferreras's I979 catalogue of I 9th-century Spanish novelists. Maria del Carmen Simon Palmer, Censo de escritores . .. , pp. 99-I I9, proffers useful information on minor female writers. Marfa del Carmen Azaustre Serrano, *Canciones y romances populares impresos en Barcelona en

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Published: Mar 13, 1984

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