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Celebrating 400 years of Cervantes's Persiles
(1617-2017)

Cervantes considered this fantastical work to be his crowning achievement. First published posthumously in 1617, it is now available as a student edition from Cervantes & Co.

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Also available:
E.C. Riley's "Cervantes' Theory of the Novel"

John Jay Allen's "Don Quixote: Hero or Fool?"

Tom Lathrop's Spanish edition for students of "Don Quijote"

Download the Jack Davis Don Quijote poster!

 
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The Modern Namesake of Juan de la Cuesta

Named after the original printer of Don Quijote in Spain, "Juan de la Cuesta - Hispanic Monographs" is located in beautiful Newark, Delaware. (Newark Reservoir pictured above).

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New and Notable
A new critical edition of El Cabellero de Gracia

 
Selected Essays by Noël Valis

El Cabellero de Gracia

by Tirso de Molina, edited by Marta Gutierrez Sotomayor

 

Tirso de Molina (1579 - 1648) is one of the most important Spanish playwrights of the seventeenth century. This mercedarian friar has an extensive production from which some 80 plays are preserved, including swashbuckling comedies, hagiographic comedies or mystery plays. Among his most famous works are Don Gil de las calzas verdes and El burlador de Sevilla.

 

El Caballero de Gracia is one of the lesser known works of Tirso de Molina. Its protagonist, Jacobo de Gracia, was a sixteenth century Italian priest who spent much of his life in Madrid, a city enriched by his various social works. This devotional comedy is Tirso’s tribute to the figure of the priest, who lived no less than 102 years.


MARTA GUTIERREZ (Murcia, 1983) has a PhD in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Murcia, with a doctoral thesis on El Caballero de Gracia, the Tirso de Molina’s play. Currently, she teaches classes of Spanish Language and Literature.

 

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Revisiting Convivencia

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