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Romance al divin mártir, Judá Creyente [don Lope de Vera y Alarcón] martirizado en Valladolid por la Inquisición (A critical edition from original manuscript sources transcribed and edited by Timothy Oelman)

Gómez, Antonio Enriquez

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ISBN 10: 083863219X / ISBN 13: 9780838632192
Published by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Rutherford, 1986
Condition: Good Hardcover
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8vo. 211pp. Darg gray cloth with gold lettering on spine in original dust jacket. "The Spanish writer Antonio Enriquez Gómez (1600-1663) was the author of more than forty plays, several political treatises, and a wide range of poetry from the lyrical to the epic; but of all his varied production the Romance al divin martir is the most important. The text itself is reproduced from its principal manuscript source in the British Library, together with a direct transcription and modern edition. It is accompanied by exhaustive textual and literary commentary, as well as appendixes containing the other extant manuscript versions. The editor provides a biography of the poet in the light of recent research, investigates his religious attitudes, and analyzes in depth the origins of the text, its authorship, dating, and transmission." Text in Spanish and English. Tail of spine slightly bumped. Some creasing, staining, minor chipping and few closed tears on dj. Tight copy with dust jacket in good, book in very good to near fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 26207

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Title: Romance al divin mártir, Judá Creyente [don ...

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Rutherford

Publication Date: 1986

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included

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This is the most significant work to come from the pen of Antonio Enriquez Gomez. This volume contains the manuscript of Romance al divin Martir in its entirety--in its original form as well as edited--with a full and wide-ranging analysis that resolves some of the mysteries of Antonio Enriquez Gomez's biography as well as clearly explaining Gomez's political views and religious attitudes.

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Text: English, Spanish

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