This collection of essays honors Robert ter Horst, a scholar of comparative literature and literature of the Spanish Golden Age. The contributions reflect the diversity of the honoreeâs interests: while most of the essays focus on Spanish literature of the late 15th through the 17th centuries, other national traditions are represented, and the essays exhibit a variety of scholarly approaches. The texts under scrutiny range from poetry, prose and drama of the early modern era through contemporary theater and film. Following personal tributes to Professor ter Horst from the three co-editors, eleven essays by scholars in the fields of Spanish and comparative literature comprise this volume.
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