SPANISH STUDIES: MEDIEVAL LITERATURE

SPANISH STUDIES: MEDIEVAL LITERATURE 266 Romance Languages IV. SPANI SH STUDIES MEDIE VAL LITERATURE By Ja ne E. C onno ll y, University of Miami, and No el Fallows , The University of Georgia The following abbreviation is used in this section only: Smith Vol. = Al que en buen hora nacio: Essays on the Spanish Epic and Ballad in Honour of Colin Smith, ed. Brian Powell and GeoVrey West (Hispanic Studies Textual Research and Criticism 12), Liverpool U.P.–MHRA, viii + 207 pp. 1. Ge ne ral Louise Mirrer, Women, Jews, and Muslims in the Texts of Reconquest Castile, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.P., x + 190 pp., claims that the struggle between the dominant male Christian culture and the ‘other’ indicated by the title is the ‘most appropriate paradigm for discussing literary texts produced during the last centuries of reconquest’. M. employs multiple approaches (among these, Foucault’s theory of power, linguistic models of ‘men’s’ vs ‘women’s’ language, feminist theory) to elucidate a vast body of texts (ballads, Poema de Mio Cid, Milagros de Nuestra Sen ˜ora, Libro de buen amor,the Memorias of Leonor Lo ´ pez de Co ´ rdoba, a poem by Florencia Pinar), arguing that, in order to strengthen male Christian http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies Brill

SPANISH STUDIES: MEDIEVAL LITERATURE

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© Copyright 1997 by Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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266 Romance Languages IV. SPANI SH STUDIES MEDIE VAL LITERATURE By Ja ne E. C onno ll y, University of Miami, and No el Fallows , The University of Georgia The following abbreviation is used in this section only: Smith Vol. = Al que en buen hora nacio: Essays on the Spanish Epic and Ballad in Honour of Colin Smith, ed. Brian Powell and GeoVrey West (Hispanic Studies Textual Research and Criticism 12), Liverpool U.P.–MHRA, viii + 207 pp. 1. Ge ne ral Louise Mirrer, Women, Jews, and Muslims in the Texts of Reconquest Castile, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.P., x + 190 pp., claims that the struggle between the dominant male Christian culture and the ‘other’ indicated by the title is the ‘most appropriate paradigm for discussing literary texts produced during the last centuries of reconquest’. M. employs multiple approaches (among these, Foucault’s theory of power, linguistic models of ‘men’s’ vs ‘women’s’ language, feminist theory) to elucidate a vast body of texts (ballads, Poema de Mio Cid, Milagros de Nuestra Sen ˜ora, Libro de buen amor,the Memorias of Leonor Lo ´ pez de Co ´ rdoba, a poem by Florencia Pinar), arguing that, in order to strengthen male Christian

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Published: Dec 22, 1996

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