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Product Description: With its dominance as a European power and the explosion of its prose and dramatic writing, Spain provided an irresistible literary source for English writers of the early modern period. But the deep and escalating political rivalry between the two nations led English writers to negotiate, disavow, or attempt to resolve their fascination with Spain and their debt to Spanish sources...read more

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9780812244755 | Univ of Pennsylvania Pr, January 24, 2013, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: With its dominance as a European power and the explosion of its prose and dramatic writing, Spain provided an irresistible literary source for English writers of the early modern period.

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Product Description: The most-trusted and most-respected text in its field is now brand-new in all the best ways. Read by millions of students since its first publication, The Norton Anthology of World Literature remains the most-trusted anthology of world literature available...read more
By Barbara Fuchs (editor)

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9780393919608 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, December 10, 2012), cover price $76.70 | About this edition: The most-trusted and most-respected text in its field is now brand-new in all the best ways.
9780393933666 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, March 9, 2012), cover price $90.90
9780393913316 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, March 7, 2012), cover price $59.65 | About this edition: A classic, reimagined.
9780393913323 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, March 7, 2012), cover price $59.65 | About this edition: A classic, reimagined.
9780393913330 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, March 6, 2012), cover price $59.65 | About this edition: A classic, reimagined.
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Product Description: The most-trusted and most-respected text in its field is now brand-new in all the best ways.Read by millions of students since its first publication, The Norton Anthology of World Literature remains the most-trusted anthology of world literature available...read more
By Suzanne Conklin Akbari (editor), Wiebke Denecke (editor), Vinay Dharwadker (editor), Barbara Fuchs (editor) and Martin Puchner (editor)

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9780393919615 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, December 10, 2012), cover price $76.70 | About this edition: The most-trusted and most-respected text in its field is now brand-new in all the best ways.

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Product Description: A classic, reimagined.Read by millions of students since its first publication, The Norton Anthology of World Literature remains the most-trusted anthology of world literature available. Guided by the advice of more than 500 teachers of world literature and a panel of regional specialists, the editors of the Third Edition―a completely new team of scholar-teachers―have made this respected text brand-new in all the best ways...read more
By Suzanne Conklin Akbari (editor), Wiebke Denecke (editor), Vinay Dharwadker (editor), Barbara Fuchs (editor) and Martin Puchner (editor)

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9780393933659 | 3 edition (W W Norton & Co Inc, March 12, 2012), cover price $90.90 | About this edition: A classic, reimagined.

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Product Description: In the Western imagination, Spain often evokes the colorful culture of al-Andalus, the Iberian region once ruled by Muslims. Tourist brochures inviting visitors to sunny and romantic Andalusia, home of the ingenious gardens and intricate arabesques of Granada's Alhambra Palace, are not the first texts to trade on Spain's relationship to its Moorish past...read more

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9780812241358 | Univ of Pennsylvania Pr, December 19, 2008, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: In the Western imagination, Spain often evokes the colorful culture of al-Andalus, the Iberian region once ruled by Muslims.

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9780812221732 | Univ of Pennsylvania Pr, August 8, 2011, cover price $22.50 | About this edition: In the Western imagination, Spain often evokes the colorful culture of al-Andalus, the Iberian region once ruled by Muslims.

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Product Description: Best known today as the author of Don Quixote—one of the most beloved and widely read novels in the Western tradition—Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) was a poet and a playwright as well. After some early successes on the Madrid stage in the 1580s, his theatrical career was interrupted by other literary efforts...read more

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9780812242096 | Univ of Pennsylvania Pr, November 5, 2009, cover price $34.95 | About this edition: Best known today as the author of Don Quixote—one of the most beloved and widely read novels in the Western tradition—Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) was a poet and a playwright as well.

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9780812222159 | Univ of Pennsylvania Pr, August 2, 2012, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Best known today as the author of Don Quixote—one of the most beloved and widely read novels in the Western tradition—Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547-1616) was a poet and a playwright as well.

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Product Description: Often derided as an inferior form of literature, 'romance' as a literary mode or genre defies satisfactory definition, dividing critics, scholars and readers alike. This useful guidebook traces the myriad transformations of 'romance' from medieval courtly love to Mills and Boon, and claims that its elusive and complex nature serves as a touchstone for larger questions of literary and cultural theory, such as: How does the history of 'romance' as a category force us to rethink the historicization of literary genres? What definitions can we provide for our own time to help us recognize and analyze new forms of 'romance'? To what extent is the resistance to romance a resistance to the imaginative force of literature? The case for 'romance' as a concept is presented clearly and imaginatively, arguing that its usefulness to contemporary critics can be maintained if it is regarded as a literary strategy rather than a fixed genre...read more

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9780415212601 | Routledge, November 1, 2004, cover price $105.00 | About this edition: Often derided as an inferior form of literature, 'romance' as a literary mode or genre defies satisfactory definition, dividing critics, scholars and readers alike.

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9780415212618 | Routledge, November 30, 2004, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: Often derided as an inferior form of literature, 'romance' as a literary mode or genre defies satisfactory definition, dividing critics, scholars and readers alike.

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Here the author explores the dynamics of imitation among early modern European powers in literary and historiographical texts from sixteenth and early seventeenth-century Spain, Italy, England, and the New World. The book considers a broad sweep of material, including European representations of New World subjects and of Islam. It supplements the transatlantic perspective on early modern imperialism with an awareness of the situation in the Mediterranean and considers problems of reading and literary transmission; imperial ideology and colonial identities; counterfeits and forgery; and piracy. (view table of contents)

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9780521801027 | Cambridge Univ Pr, September 1, 2001, cover price $124.99 | About this edition: Here the author explores the dynamics of imitation among early modern European powers in literary and historiographical texts from sixteenth and early seventeenth-century Spain, Italy, England, and the New World.

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9780521543507 | Cambridge Univ Pr, February 1, 2004, cover price $49.99

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Product Description: Passing for Spain charts the intersections of identity, nation, and literary representation in early modern Spain. Barbara Fuchs analyzes the trope of passing in Don Quijote and other works by Cervantes, linking the use of disguise to the broader historical and social context of Counter-Reformation Spain and the religious and political dynamics of the Mediterranean Basin...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)

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9780252027819 | Univ of Illinois Pr, January 1, 2003, cover price $34.00 | About this edition: Passing for Spain charts the intersections of identity, nation, and literary representation in early modern Spain.

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