CERVANTES Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America

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for all issues, organized chronologically by issue


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Volume I, Numbers 1 and 2 (Fall, 1981)

John J. Allen. “From the Editor [Introduction to the first issue and priorities for the journal].” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 5-6.

Articles

Patricia Kenworthy. “A Brief History of the Cervantes Society of America.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 7-8.

Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce. “‘La gitanilla.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 9-17.

Bruce W. Wardropper. “Ambiguity in El viejo celoso.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 19-27.

Jean Canavaggio. “La dimensión autobiográfica del Viaje del Parnaso.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 29-41.

Luis Andrés Murillo. “El Ur-Quijote, nueva hipótesis.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 43-50.

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Authorial Strings: A Recurrent Metaphor in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 51-62.

Howard Mancing. “Cide Hamete Benengeli vs. Miguel de Cervantes: The Metafictional Dialectic of Don Quijote.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 63-81.

Critique / Dialog

Ruth El Saffar. “On Beyond Conflict.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 83-94.

Cesáreo Bandera. “Open Letter to Ruth El Saffar.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 95-107.

Ruth El Saffar. “Response to Cesáreo Bandera.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 108-10.

News and Notes

Joseph R. Jones. “Una vez más sobre el Bosio de la ‘Aprobación’ de Valdivielso para Don Quijote II.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 111-13.

News.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 114.

Don Martín de Riquer: The First Honorary Member of the Cervantes Society of America.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 115.

Reviews

Elias L. Rivers. “Vicente Gaos, ed. Viaje del Parnaso.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 116-18.

Julio Rodríguez-Luis. “Dana B. Drake. Cervantes' Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 118-19.

Reports

Dana B. Drake. “Cervantine Bibliography.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 120-23.

Patricia Kenworthy. “Treasurer's Report.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 124.

The Constitution of the Cervantes Society of America.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 125-30.

Membership List — 1981.” Cervantes 1.1-2 (1981): 131-37.


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Volume II, Number 1 (Spring, 1982)

Articles

Anthony Close. “Cervantes' Arte nuevo de hazer fábulas cómicas en este tiempo.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 3-22.

Javier Herrero. “Dulcinea and Her Critics.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 23-42.

Edwin Williamson. “Romance and Realism in the Interpolated Stories of the Quixote.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 43-67.

R. M. Flores. “The Need for a Scholarly, Modernized Edition of Cervantes' Works.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 69-87.

Critique / Dialog

Lowry Nelson, Jr. “Chaos and Parody: Reflections on Anthony Close's The Romantic Approach to Don Quixote.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 89-95.

Elias L. Rivers. “Narrators, Readers, and Other Characters in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 96-98.

Review

Bruce W. Wardropper. “Edward Friedman. The Unifying Concept: Approaches to the Structure of Cervantes' Comedias.” Cervantes 2.1 (1982): 99-101.


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Volume II, Number 2 (Fall, 1982)

John J. Allen. “From the Editor [Policy of anonymous submission of manuscripts].” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 107.

Articles

Peter N. Dunn. “Cervantes De/Re-Constructs the Picaresque.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 109-31.

Carroll B. Johnson. “Organic Unity in Unlikely Places: Don Quijote I, 39-41.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 133-54.

Arthur Efron. “Bearded Waiting Women, Lovely Lethal Female Piratemen: Sexual Boundary Shifts in Don Quixote, Part II.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 155-64.

Critique / Dialog

Cesáreo Bandera. “Healthy Bodies in Not-So-Healthy Minds.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 165-70.

Arthur Efron. “On Some Central Issues in Quixote Criticism: Society and the Sexual Body.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 171-80.

John J. Allen. “A More Modest Proposal for an Obras completas Edition.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 181-84.

Reviews

Anthony J. Cascardi. “Alexander Welsh. Reflections on the Hero as Quixote.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 185-87.

Thomas A. Lathrop. “Howard Mancing. The Chivalric World of Don Quixote.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 189-90.

Sydney P. Cravens. “Daniel Eisenberg. Romances of Chivalry in the Spanish Golden Age.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 191-92.

News and Notes.” Cervantes 2.2 (1982): 193-94.


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Volume III, Number 1 (Spring, 1983)

Articles

Daniel Eisenberg. “On Editing Don Quixote.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 3-34. Correction: Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 160.

Ruth El Saffar. “Fiction and the Androgyne in the Works of Cervantes.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 35-49.

Kathleen Bulgin. “‘Las bodas de Camacho’: The Case for el Interés.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 51-64.

Critique / Dialogue

Alistair M. Duckworth. “Quixotic Reflections.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 65-76.

Review

Joseph R. Jones. “Harry Sieber, ed. Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 77-78.

News and Notes.” Cervantes 3.1 (1983): 79.


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Volume III, Number 2 (Fall, 1983)

Articles

Mary Gaylord Randel. “Cervantes' Portrait of the Artist.” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 83-102.

Diana de Armas Wilson. “Cervantes' Last Romance: Deflating the Myth of Female Sacrifice.” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 103-20.

Ana García Chichester. “Don Quijote y Sancho en el Toboso: Superstición y simbolismo.” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 121-33.

Dian Fox. “The Critical Attitude in Rinconete y Cortadillo.” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 135-47.

Critique / Dialogue

Debra D. Andrist. “Male Versus Female Friendship in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 149-59.

News and Notes

Daniel Eisenberg. “Daniel Eisenberg Corrects [‘On Editing Don Quixote’].” Cervantes 3.2 (1983): 160.


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Volume IV, Number 1 (Spring, 1984)

Articles

Alan S. Trueblood. “La risa en el Quijote y la risa de Don Quijote.” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 3-23.

Bruce W. Wardropper. “The Butt of the Satire in El retablo de las maravillas.” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 25-33.

Alison Weber. “Tragic Reparation in Cervantes' El celoso extremeño.” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 35-51.

Bruno M. Damiani. “Death in Cervantes' Galatea.” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 53-78.

Note

Alfred Rodriguez and Karl Roland Rowe. “Midsummer Eve and the Disenchantment of Dulcinea.” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 79-83.

Review

Howard Mancing. “R. M. Flores. Sancho Panza through Three Hundred Seventy-five Years of Continuations, Imitations, and Criticism (1605-1980).” Cervantes 4.1 (1984): 84-86.


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Volume IV, Number 2 (Fall, 1984)

Articles

Salvador J. Fajardo. “Unveiling Dorotea or the Reader as Voyeur.” Cervantes 4.2 (1984): 89-108.

Anthony J. Cascardi. “Cervantes and Descartes on the Dream Argument.” Cervantes 4.2 (1984): 109-22.

Review Articles

Francisco Márquez Villanueva. “Erasmo y Cervantes, una vez más.” Cervantes 4.2 (1984): 123-37.

Geoffrey Stagg. “The Refracted Image: Porras and Cervantes.” Cervantes 4.2 (1984): 139-53.

News.” Cervantes 4.2 (1984): 154.


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Volume V, Number 1 (Spring, 1985)

Articles

Carroll B. Johnson. “Beyond Metaphysics: Semiotics and Character in Don Quijote, I.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 3-17.

Catherine E. Bourque and Ronald J. Quirk. “Andrés in Don Quijote: A Cervantine Picaro.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 19-25.

Celia E. Weller and Clark A. Colahan. “Cervantine Imagery and Sex-Role Reversal in Fletcher and Massinger's The Custom of the Country.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 27-43.

Review Article

Cesáreo Bandera. “About ‘Female’ Art, ‘Male Silence,’ and the Frivolous in General.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 45-57.

Critique / Dialog

Robert ter Horst. “On the Importance of Being Earnest: A Reply to Cesáreo Bandera.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 59-63.

Reviews

Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce. “Edwin Williamson. The Half-Way House of Fiction. Don Quixote and Arthurian Romance.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 65-68.

Alison Weber. “Carroll B. Johnson. Madness and Lust: A Psychoanalytical Approach to Don Quijote.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 69-72.

Patricia Kenworthy. “Kathleen McNerney. Tirant lo Blanc Revisited: A Critical Study. Antonio Torres-Alcalá. El realismo de Tirant lo Blanch y su influencia en el Quijote.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 72-76.

Isaías Lerner. “Miguel de Cervantes. Novelas ejemplares. Text, Introduction, Selected Bibliography, and Notes by Harry Sieber.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 76-79.

Roberto González-Echevarría. “Ruth El Saffar. Beyond Fiction. The Recovery of the Feminine in the Novels of Cervantes.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 80-83.

News.” Cervantes 5.1 (1985): 84.


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Volume V, Number 2 (Fall, 1985)

Articles

Robert ter Horst. “Une Saison en enfer: ‘La gitanilla’.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 87-127.

Gerald L. Gingras. “Diego de Miranda, ‘Bufón’ or Spanish Gentleman? The Social Background of His Attire.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 129-40.

Donald McGrady. “Cervantes and the Decameron: A Note on the Source and Meaning of Don Quijote's Prototypical Chivalric Adventure (I, 50).” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 141-47.

Review Article

Peter N. Dunn. “Cervantes and the Shape of Experience.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 149-61.

Note

Alfred Rodriguez and Karl Roland Rowe. “Cervantes' Redundant Midsummer in Part II of the Quijote.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 163-67.

Review

Michael McGaha. “Richard Bjornson, ed. Approaches to Teaching Cervantes' Don Quixote.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 169-72.

News.” Cervantes 5.2 (1985): 173.


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Volume VI, Number 1 (Spring, 1986)

John J. Allen. “From the Editor [Publication of papers from a panel on Cervantes at MLA; Howard Mancing joins staff].” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 4.

Articles

Peter N. Dunn. “Genre Definition and Interplay in Cervantes' Fiction: Introduction.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 5-11.

Edward Dudley. “Ring Around the Hermeneutic Circle.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 13-27.

E. Michael Gerli. “Romance and Novel: Idealism and Irony in ‘La Gitanilla’.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 29-38.

Anthony J. Cascardi. “Genre Definition and Multiplicity in Don Quixote.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 39-49.

John J. Allen. “Style and Genre in Don Quijote: The Pastoral.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 51-56.

Mary Gaylord Randel. “Cervantes' Portraits and Literary Theory in the Text of Fiction.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 57-80.

Ruth El Saffar. “Cervantes and the Imagination.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 81-90.

Constitution of the Cervantes Society of America.” Cervantes 6.1 (1986): 91-96.


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Volume VI, Number 2 (Fall, 1986)

Articles

John G. Weiger. “Writers and Writing in the Two Parts of Don Quixote.” Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 97-111.

Stephen H. Lipmann. “Revision and Exemplarity in Cervantes' ‘El celoso extremeño’.” Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 113-21.

Alison Weber. “Don Quijote with Roque Guinart: The Case for an Ironic Reading.” Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 123-40.

José M. Casasayas. “La edición definitiva de las obras de Cervantes.” Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 141-90. Correction: Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 123.

News: Quadracentennial Symposium on La Galatea.” Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 191.


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Volume VII, Number 1 (Spring, 1987)

Articles

Donald McGrady. “The Italian Origins of the Episode of don Quijote and Maritornes.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 3-12.

Howard Mancing. “Jacinto María Delgado and Cide Hamete Benengeli: A Semi-Classic Recovered and a Bibliographical Labyrinth Explored.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 13-43.

John Skinner. “Don Quixote in 18th-Century England: A Study in Reader Response.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 45-57.

Note

Dominick Finello. “Notes on Nineteenth-Century Quijote Scholarship.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 59-69.

Reviews

Diane Chaffee-Sorace. “José J. Labrador Herraiz and Juan Fernández Jiménez, eds. Cervantes and the Pastoral.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 71-74.

Bruno M. Damiani and Sandra Forbes Gerhard. “Miguel de Cervantes. Novelas ejemplares, ed. Julio Rodríguez-Luis. Julio Rodríguez-Luis, Novedad y ejemplo de las Novelas de Cervantes.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 75-78 [corrected in: Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 100-04].

Maureen Ihrie. “John G. Weiger. The Substance of Cervantes.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 79-81.

News

Thomas A. Lathrop. “Update on the Cervantes Museum in Madrid.” Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 83.


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Volume VII, Number 2 (Fall, 1987)

John J. Allen. “From the Editor [Farewell as editor; Kentucky story].” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 3-7.

Articles

Diana de Armas Wilson. “‘Passing the Love of Women’: The Intertexuality of ‘El curioso impertinente’.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 9-28.

Walter L. Reed. “The Problem of Cervantes in Bakhtin's Poetics.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 29-37.

William H. Clamurro. “Identity, Discourse, and Social Order in ‘La ilustre fregona’.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 39-56.

E. T. Aylward. “The Device of Layered Critical Commentary in Don Quixote and ‘El coloquio de los perros’.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 57-69.

Helen H. Reed. “Theatricality in the Picaresque of Cervantes.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 71-84.

Note

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “‘Tate, tate, follonzicos . . .’ Once Again: The Metamorphosis of a Locution.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 85-89.

Reviews

Robert ter Horst. “Anthony J. Cascardi. The Bounds of Reason: Cervantes, Dostoevsky, Flaubert.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 91-94.

Tatiana and Nicholas Rzhevsky. “Lecturas cervantinas. Ed. Gueorgui Stepanov.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 95-96.

Thomas A. Lathrop. “E. C. Riley. Don Quixote.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 97-99.

Bruno M. Damiani and Sandra Forbes Gerhard. “Miguel de Cervantes. Novelas ejemplares, ed. Julio Rodríguez-Luis. Julio Rodríguez-Luis, Novedad y ejemplo de las Novelas de Cervantes.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 100-04 [corrected version of the original: Cervantes 7.1 (1987): 75-78].

Necrology

Bruce W. Wardropper. “R. L. Predmore.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 105-07.

Thomas A. Lathrop. “Dana Drake.” Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 107.


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Volume VIII, Number 1 (Spring, 1988)

Michael McGaha. “From the Editor [Michael McGaha assumes the editorship].” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 5.

Articles

Edwin Williamson. “‘Intención’ and ‘invención’ in the Quixote.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 7-22.

Geoffrey Stagg. “Propaganda and Poetics on Parnassus: Cervantes's Viaje del Parnaso.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 23-38.

Linda Britt. “Teodosia's Dark Shadow? A Study of Women's Roles in Cervantes' ‘Las dos doncellas’.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 39-46.

Carole Holdsworth. “Cervantine Echoes in Early Pynchon.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 47-53.

Robert M. Flores. “Occurrences of Verbal Forms Ending in s with a Dependent Third Person Object Pronoun in the First Editions of Parts I and II of Don Quixote.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 55-60.

Enrique Rodríguez-Cepeda. “Los Quijotes del siglo XVIII — 1) La imprenta de Manuel Martín.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 61-108.

Critique / Dialog

Anthony J. Cascardi. “The Bounds of Reason: Critical Response.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 109-14.

Reviews

Catherine Swietlicki. “Ruth El Saffar, ed. Critical Essays on Cervantes.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 115-18.

Thomas R. Hart. “Miguel de Cervantes. The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha, trans. Tobias Smollett.” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 118-22.

Errata [Errors in an article by José M. Casasayas, ‘La edición definitiva de las obras de Cervantes’. Cervantes 6.2 (1986): 141-90].” Cervantes 8.1 (1988): 123.


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Volume VIII, Number 2 (Fall, 1988)

Articles

Julio Baena. “Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda: La utopia del novelista.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 127-40.

Steven Hutchinson. “Counterfeit Chains of Discourse: A Comparison of Citation in Cervantes' ‘Casamiento’ / ‘Coloquio’ and in Islamic Hadith.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 141-58.

Mary Lee Cozad. “Cervantes and Libros de entendimiento.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 159-82.

George Camamis. “The Concept of Venus-Humanitas in Cervantes as the Key to the Enigma of Botticelli's Primavera.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 183-223.

Critique / Dialog

A. G. Lo Ré. “A Reply to P. E. Russell's Comments on the Expression ‘El Caballero de la Triste Figura’.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 225-30.

L. A. Murillo. “Narrative Structures in the Novelas ejemplares: An Outline.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 231-50.

Necrology

Constance H. Rose. “In Memoriam: Stephen Gilman.” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 251-53.

Note [Correction of an editorial mistake in the abstract of an article by Helen Reed].” Cervantes 8.2 (1988): 254.


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Volume VIII, Special Issue (Winter, 1988)

A Celebration of Cervantes on the Fourth Centenary of La Galatea, 1585-1985. Selected Papers

Alan S. Trueblood. “Foreword [to a Celebration of Cervantes on the Fourth Centenary of La Galatea].” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 1-5.

Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce. “La Galatea: The Novelistic Crucible.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 7-15.

Elizabeth Rhodes. “La Galatea and Cervantes' ‘Tercia Realidad’.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 17-28.

Robert M. Johnston. “La Galatea: Structural Unity and the Pastoral Convention.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 29-42.

Antonio Vilanova. “Erasmo, Sancho Panza y su amigo Don Quijote.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 43-92.

Randolph D. Pope. “Metamorphosis and Don Quixote.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 93-101.

E. C. Riley. “Don Quixote: From Text to Icon.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 103-15.

Inés Azar. “The Archeology of Fiction in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 117-26.

Javier Herrero. “Did Cervantes Feel Calisto's Toothache?Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 127-33.

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Cervantes the Painter of Thoughts.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 135-48.

Marisa C. Álvarez. “Emblematic Aspects of Cervantes' Narrative Prose.” Cervantes 8 special issue (1988): 149-58.


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Volume IX, Number 1 (Spring, 1989)

Articles

Alberto Rodríguez. “El ‘diálogo de recuerdos’ y la anácrisis en el Quijote.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 3-16.

Eduardo Urbina. “El concepto de admiratio y lo grotesco en el Quijote.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 17-33.

Lesley Lipson. “‘La palabra hecha nada’: Mendacious Discourse in La gitanilla.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 35-53.

Patricia S. Finch. “Rojas' Celestina and Cervantes' Cañizares.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 55-62.

Ellen Lokos. “El lenguaje emblemático en el Viaje del Parnaso.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 63-74.

Critique / Dialog

A. G. Lo Ré. “More on the Sadness of Don Quixote: The First Known Quijote Illustration, Paris, 1618.” Cervantes 9.1 (1989): 75-83.


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Volume IX, Number 2 (Fall, 1989)

Michael McGaha. “From the Editor [Thomas A. Lathrop's resignation from the journal's staff].” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 3.

Articles

Kenneth Brown and María Dolores Blanco-Arnejo. “Dos documentos inéditos cervantinos.” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 5-20.

A. G. Lo Ré. “The Three Deaths of Don Quixote: Comments in Favor of the Romantic Critical Approach.” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 21-41.

Angelo J. Di Salvo. “Spanish Guides to Princes and the Political Theories in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 43-60.

Note

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “A Revision: Cervantes's Writing.” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 61-65.

News

New Series of Scholarly Books on Cervantes.” Cervantes 9.2 (1989): 67.


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Volume X, Number 1 (Spring, 1990)

Michael McGaha. “Foreword [Symposium on Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda].” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 5-6.

Articles

Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce. “Persiles and Allegory.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 7-16.

Ruth El Saffar. “Persiles' Retort: An Alchemical Angle on the Lovers' Labors.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 17-33.

Diana de Armas Wilson. “Splitting the Difference: Dualisms in Persiles.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 35-50.

Julio Baena. “Trabajo y aventura: El criterio del caballo.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 51-57.

H. Patsy Boyer. “The ‘Other’ Woman in Cervantes's Persiles and Zayas's Novelas.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 59-68.

Clark A. Colahan and Celia E. Weller. “The Persistence of Cervantine Romance in Nicholas Wright's The Custom of the Country.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 69-77.

Patrick Henry. “Old and New Mimesis in Cervantes.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 79-86.

Karen Lucas. “Rosamunda: A Cervantine Mingling of History and Fiction in Persiles.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 87-92.

George Mariscal. “Persiles and the Remaking of Spanish Culture.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 93-102.

Alfred Rodriguez. “Algo más sobre las ‘bodas rústicas’ del Persiles y el Quijote.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 103-07.

Amy R. Williamsen. “Beyond Romance: Metafiction in Persiles.” Cervantes 10.1 (1990): 109-20.


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Volume X, Number 2 (Fall, 1990)

Articles

Daniel Eisenberg. “Cervantes' Consonants.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 3-14.

Yvonne Jehenson. “The Pastoral Episode in Cervantes' Don Quijote: Marcela Once Again.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 15-35.

John T. Cull. “The ‘Knight of the Broken Lance’ and His ‘Trusty Steed’: On Don Quixote and Rocinante.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 37-53.

Charles Oriel. “Narrative Levels and the Fictionality of Don Quijote, I: Cardenio's Story.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 55-72.

Michael Nimetz. “Genre and Creativity in ‘Rinconete y Cortadillo’.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 73-93.

Note

A. G. Lo Ré. “A New First: An Illustration of Don Quixote as ‘Le Capitaine de Carnaval’, Leipsig, 1614.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 95-100.

Reviews

James A. Parr. “Daniel Eisenberg, ed. Las Semanas del jardín de Miguel de Cervantes.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 101-02.

Edward H. Friedman. “R. M. Flores, ed. Don Quixote de la Mancha: An Old-Spelling Control Edition Based on the First Editions of Parts I and II.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 103-04.

Necrology

Margaret R. Greer. “In Memoriam Alexander Augustine Parker.” Cervantes 10.2 (1990): 105-08.


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Volume XI, Number 1 (Spring, 1991)

Articles

Aurora Egido. “La memoria y el Quijote.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 3-44.

Patricia S. Gaston. “The Waverly Series and Don Quixote: Manuscripts Found and Lost.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 45-59.

Cory A. Reed. “Cervantes and the Novelization of Drama: Tradition and Innovation in the Entremeses.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 61-86.

Mauricio Molho. “Para una lectura psicológica de los cuentecillos de locos del segundo Don Quijote.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 87-98. Correction: Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 111.

Notes

A. G. Lo Ré. “The Second Edition of Thomas Shelton's Don Quixote, Part I: A Reassessment of the Dating Problem.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 99-118.

Alfred Rodriguez and Marie M. Smeloff. “¿Dónde queda la espada mágica de don Quijote?Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 119-24.

Domnica Radulescu. “Eminescu and the Romantic Interpretation of Don Quijote.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 125-33.

Review

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Bryant L. Creel. Don Quijote, Symbol of a Culture in Crisis.” Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 135-36.


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Volume XI, Number 2 (Fall, 1991)

Javier Herrero. “From the Editor [Luis A. Murillo and the third annual Southern California Cervantes Symposium].” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 5-6.

Articles

Carroll B. Johnson. “Of Witches and Bitches: Gender, Marginality and Discourse in ‘El casamiento engañoso y Coloquio de los perros’.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 7-25.

José F. Martín. “Diálogo y poder en la liberación de los galeotes.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 27-34.

Elias L. Rivers. “Sancho y la duquesa: Una nota socioliteraria.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 35-42.

María Cristina Quintero. “The Cervantine Subtext in Góngora's Las firmezas de Isabela.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 43-58.

Darci L. Strother. “Diálogo de voces en el prólogo de la Segunda Parte del Quijote.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 59-67.

Enrique Martínez-López. “Sobre la amnistía de Roque Guinart: El laberinto de la bandositat catalana y los moriscos en el Quijote.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 69-85.

Adrienne Laskier Martín. “Public Indiscretion and Courtly Diversion: The Burlesque Letters in Don Quixote II.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 87-101.

Reviews

Catherine Larson. “Daniel Eisenberg. A Study of Don Quijote.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 103-04.

Emilie L. Bergmann. “Adrienne Laskier Martín. Cervantes and the Burlesque Sonnet.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 105-07.

Karen Lucas. “A. J. Close. Cervantes: Don Quixote.” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 107-09.

Errata [Omission of concluding paragraphs of an article by Mauricio Molho, ‘Para una lectura psicológica de los cuentecillos de locos del segundo Don Quijote’. Cervantes 11.1 (1991): 87-98.].” Cervantes 11.2 (1991): 111.


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Volume XII, Number 1 (Spring, 1992)

Articles

Peter N. Dunn. “Don Quijote through the Looking-Glass.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 5-17.

Bryant L. Creel. “Theoretical Implications in Don Quixote's Idea of Enchantment.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 19-44.

Barbara P. Esquival-Heinemann. “Some Forgotten Don Quijote(s).” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 45-57.

Mary Anne O'Neil. “Cervantes' Prose Epic.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 59-72.

Kristen G. Brookes. “Readers, Authors, and Characters in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 73-92.

Paul Lewis-Smith. “Cervantes on Human Absurdity: The Unifying Theme of La casa de los celos y selvas de Ardenia.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 93-103.

Notes

A. G. Lo Ré. “A Possible Source for Picasso's Drawing of Don Quixote.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 105-10.

Joan Estruch Tobella. “Cervantes, instrumento de propaganda política en la coyuntura 1640-1650.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 111-17.

Reviews

Daniel Eisenberg. “Jean Canavaggio. Cervantes. Translated by J. R. Jones.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 119-24.

Jay S. Farness. “Carroll B. Johnson. Don Quixote: The Quest for Modern Fiction.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 124-25.

Ángel Sánchez. “A. G. Lo Ré. Essays on the Periphery of the Quijote.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 126-27.

Julio Baena. “José Antonio Maravall. Utopia and Counterutopia in the Quixote. Translated by Robert W. Felkel.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 127-29.

James A. Parr. “George Mariscal. Contradictory Subjects: Quevedo, Cervantes, and Seventeenth-Century Spanish Culture.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 129-32.

William H. Clamurro. “On Cervantes: Essays for L. A. Murillo. Edited by James A. Parr.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 132-35.

Charles Ganelin. “Teresa Scott Soufas. Melancholy and the Secular Mind in Spanish Golden Age Literature.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 135-38.

Amy R. Williamsen. “Eduardo Urbina. Principios y fines del Quijote.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 139-40.

Patrick Henry. “Eric J. Ziolkowski. The Sanctification of Don Quixote: From Hidalgo to Priest.” Cervantes 12.1 (1992): 140-44.


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Volume XII, Number 2 (Fall, 1992)

International Colloquium on Eroticism and Witchcraft in Cervantes. Selected Papers

José Antonio Cerezo Aranda and Daniel Eisenberg. “Introducción [Coloquio sobre el eroticismo y la brujería en Cervantes].” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 5-6.

Articles

Monique Joly. “Erotismo y marginación social en la novela cervantina.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 7-19.

Mauricio Molho. “‘El sagaz perturbador del género humano’: Brujas, perros embrujados y otras demonomanías cervantinas.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 21-32.

José Ignacio Díez Fernández and Luisa Fernanda Aguirre de Cárcer. “Contexto histórico y tratamiento literario de la ‘hechicería’ morisca y judía en el Persiles.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 33-62.

José Luis Álvarez Martínez. “Berganza y la moza ventanera.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 63-77.

Alfredo Baras Escolá. “Una lectura erótica del Quijote.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 79-89.

Antonio Cruz Casado. “Auristela hechizada: Un caso de maleficia en el Persiles.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 91-104.

José Ramón Fernández de Cano y Martín. “El vocabulario erótico cervantino: Algunas ‘calas al aire’ en el entremés de El viejo celoso.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 105-15.

Michael D. Hasbrouck. “Posesión demoníaca, locura y exorcismo en el Quijote.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 117-26.

Steven Hutchinson. “Las brujas de Cervantes y la noción de comunidad femenina.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 127-36.

Kenji Inamoto. “La mujer vestida de hombre en el teatro de Cervantes.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 137-43.

‘Rosamunda’ [Josefa Polonio]. “Estado actual de los otros conocimientos —también llamados brujería— en Montilla.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 145-48.

Reviews

Anthony J. Cárdenas. “Eduardo Urbina. El sin par Sancho Panza: Parodia y creación.Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 149-50.

Charles Oriel. “Daniel Eisenberg. Estudios cervantinos.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 151-53.

Evelio Echevarría. “Randall W. Listerman, translator. Miguel de Cervantes' Interludes/Entremeses.” Cervantes 12.2 (1992): 154-55.


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Volume XIII, Number 1 (Spring, 1993)

Articles

Burton Raffel. “Translating Cervantes: Una vez más.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 5-30.

Anthony Close. “A Poet's Vanity: Thoughts on the Friendly Ethos of Cervantine Satire.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 31-63.

Gethin Hughes. “El gallardo español: A Case of Misplaced Honour.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 65-75.

Francisco J. Martín. “Los prólogos del Quijote: La consagración de un género.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 77-87.

Alberto Rodríguez. “El arte de la conversación en el Quijote.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 89-107.

Robert L. Hathaway. “Dorotea, or The Narrators' Arts.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 109-26.

Reviews

Frederick A. de Armas. “Michael Nerlich and Nicholas Spadaccini, editors. Cervantes' Exemplary Novels and the Adventure of Editing.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 127-29.

Eduardo Urbina. “José Manuel Martín Morán. El Quijote en ciernes. Los descuidos de Cervantes y las fases de elaboración textual.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 129-30.

Dona M. Kercher. “Miguel de Cervantes. Viaje del Parnaso. Poesías varias. Critical edition by Elias L. Rivers. Ellen D. Lokos, The Solitary Journey: Cervantes's Voyage to Parnassus.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 131-34.

Myriam Yvonne Jehenson. “Anthony J. Cascardi. The Subject of Modernity.” Cervantes 13.1 (1993): 134-38.


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Volume XIII, Number 2 (Fall, 1993)

Articles

Monique Joly. “En torno a las antologías poéticas de ‘La gitanilla ’y ‘La ilustre fregona’.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 5-15.

Emilia Navarro. “Manual Control: ‘Regulatory Fictions’ and their Discontents.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 17-35.

Ellen M. Anderson. “Playing at Moslem and Christian: The Construction of Gender and the Representation of Faith in Cervantes' Captivity Plays.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 37-59.

Judith A. Whitenack. “Don Quixote and the Romances of Chivalry Once Again: Converted Paganos and Enamoured Magas.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 61-91.

Catherine Kunce. “‘Cruel and Crude’: Nabokov Reading Cervantes.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 93-104.

Nina Cox Davis. “The Tyranny of Love in ‘El amante liberal’.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 105-24.

Note

Daniel Eisenberg. “‘Esta empressa,’ no ‘está impressa’.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 125-26.

Reviews

Marcia L. Welles. “Steven Hutchinson. Cervantine Journeys.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 127-30.

Bryant L. Creel. “Ottmar Hegyi. Cervantes and the Turks: Historical Reality versus Literary Fiction in La Gran Sultana and ‘El amante liberal.” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 130-34.

Forum.

James A. Parr. “To the editor [regarding Burton Raffel's new version of the Quijote in English].” Cervantes 13.2 (1993): 135-37.


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Volume XIV, Number 1 (Spring, 1994)

Articles

E. C. Riley. “‘Cipión’ Writes to ‘Berganza’ in the Freudian Academia Española.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 3-18.

Clark Colahan. “Toward an Onomastics of Persiles/Periandra and Sigismunda/Auristela.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 19-40.

Salvador J. Fajardo. “Closure in Don Quixote I: A Reader's Canon.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 41-60.

Eric MacPhail. “The Uses of the Past: Prophecy and Genealogy in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 61-74.

Iván Jaksic. “Don Quijote's Encounter with Technology.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 75-95.

Reviews

Ángel Sánchez. “Daniel Eisenberg. Cervantes y Don Quijote.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 97-98.

Ellen M. Anderson. “Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Taléns. Through the Shattering Glass: Cervantes and the Self-Made World.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 98-102.

John G. Weiger. “Félix Martínez-Bonati. Don Quijote and the Poetics of the Novel.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 102-06.

Forum

Burton Raffel. “Raffel Replys to Parr.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 107-09.

E. T. Aylward. “Aylward Replys to Stagg.” Cervantes 14.1 (1994): 109-16.


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Volume XIV, Number 2 (Fall, 1994)

John J. Allen and Diana de Armas Wilson. “In Memoriam Ruth Anthony El Saffar (1941-1994).” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 5-8.

Articles

Geoffrey L. Stagg. “The Composition and Revision of La Galatea.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 9-25.

Michael Kidd. “Laughing Matters: Reading, Gusto, and Narrative Entrapment in Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 27-39.

Charles D. Presberg. “‘Yo sé quién soy’: Don Quixote, Don Diego de Miranda and the Paradox of Self-Knowledge.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 41-69.

Clark Colahan. “Lunar Pigs Trash Crazed Green Cultists (DQ 2: Chs. 58-68).” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 71-80.

Lisa Rabin. “The Reluctant Companion of Empire: Petrarch and Dulcinea in Don Quijote de la Mancha.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 81-91.

María E. Mayer. “El detalle de una ‘historia verdadera’: Don Quijote y Bernal Díaz.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 93-118.

Anne J. Cruz. “Deceit, Desire, and the Limits of Subversion in Cervantes's Interludes.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 119-36.

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “El ‘misterio escondido’ en ‘El celoso extremeño’.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 137-53.

Susana Hernández Araico. “Estreno de La gran sultana: Teatro de lo otro, amor y humor.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 155-65.

Reviews PDF

Catherine Larson. “Ruth Anthony El Saffar and Diana de Armas Wilson, editors. Quixotic Desire: Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 167-69.

Joseph V. Ricapito. “Peter N. Dunn. Spanish Picaresque Fiction: A New Literary History.” PDF Cervantes 14.2 (1994): 170-76.


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Volume XV, Number 1 (Spring, 1995)

International Colloquium on the Construction of Character in the Works of Cervantes. Selected Papers

Carlos Castilla del Pino. “Presentación [Coloquio sobre la construcción del personaje en la obra de Cervantes].” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 5-7.

Articles

Carroll Johnson. “La construcción del personaje en Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 8-32.

Mercedes Alcázar Ortega. “Palabra, memoria y aspiración literaria en ‘La española inglesa’.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 33-45.

Antonio Barbagallo. “Sancho no es, se hace.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 46-59.

Antonio Cruz Casado. “Periandro/Persiles: Las raíces clásicas del personaje y la aportación de Cervantes.” Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 60-69.

María Ángeles Encinar. “La formación de personajes en tres novelas ejemplares: ‘El licenciado Vidriera’, ‘El celoso extremeño’ y ‘La fuerza de la sangre’.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 70-81.

Ángel Estévez Molinero. “La (re)escritura cervantina de Pedro de Urdemalas.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 82-93.

José Ramón Fernández de Cano y Martín. “La destrucción del personaje en la obra cervantina: Andanzas y desventura del malogrado mozo de campo y plaza.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 94-104.

María Teresa Lozano de Castro and María Pilar Moreno Agudo. “El personaje femenino: Expresión de dama, expresividad de gitana.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 105-10.

Jesús G. Maestro. “El sistema narrativo del Quijote: La construcción del personaje Cide Hamete Benengeli.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 111-41.

Santiago Maspoch-Bueno. “Don Quijote, novelista constructor de personajes.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 142-46.

Pedro Ruiz Pérez. “Las hipóstasis de Armida: Dorotea y Micomicona.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 147-63.

Note

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Nota a la nota sobre una nota: ‘impressa,’ no ‘empressa’.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 164-66.

Reviews PDF

William H. Clamurro. “Antonio Gómez-Moriana. Discourse Analysis as Sociocriticism: The Spanish Golden Age.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 167-71.

Dawn L. Smith. “Cory A. Reed. The Novelist as Playwright: Cervantes and the Entremés nuevo.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 171-73.

Convocatoria

“Coloquio Internacional: Perspectivas en los estudios cervantinos.” PDF Cervantes 15.1 (1995): 174-76.


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Volume XV, Number 2 (Fall, 1995)

Michael McGaha. “From the Editor [Dedication of the issue to Ruth Anthony El Saffar].” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 4.

Articles

Adrienne L. Martín. “Images of Deviance in Cervantes's Algiers.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 5-15.

James A. Parr. “Cervantes Foreshadows Freud: On Don Quixote's Flight from the Feminine and the Physical.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 16-25.

Myriam Yvonne Jehenson. “Quixotic Desires or Stark Reality?Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 26-42.

E. Michael Gerli. “Aristotle in Africa: History, Fiction, and Truth in El gallardo español.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 43-57.

Robert L. Hathaway. “Leandra and That Nagging Question.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 58-74.

Notes

Ruth Sánchez Imizcoz. “La influencia de Don Quijote en El caballero del pistadero ardiente.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 75-83.

Alfred Rodriguez, S. Tisinger, and G. Utley. “La creatividad de Cervantes en ‘El cuento de Leandra’.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 84-89.

Coral López-Gómez. “Publicación de ‘Rinconete y Cortadillo’ y ‘El celoso extremeño’ en el Gabinete de lectura.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 90-98.

Reviews

Yvonne Jehenson. “Dominick Finello. Pastoral Themes and Forms in Cervantes's Fiction.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 99-101.

Alison Weber. “Laura J. Gorfkle. Discovering the Comic in Don Quixote.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 101-03.

Nancy L. D'Antuono. “Bárbara Esquival-Heinemann. Don Quijote's Sally into the World of Opera. Libretti between 1680 and 1976.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 103-05.

Eduardo Urbina. “Thomas R. Hart. Cervantes' Exemplary Fictions: A Study of the Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 106-07.

Robert ter Horst. “Cesáreo Bandera. The Sacred Game: The Role of the Sacred in the Genesis of Modern Literary Fiction.” Cervantes 15.2 (1995): 107-13.


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Volume XVI, Number 1 (Spring, 1996)

Articles

Carlos M. Andrés Gil. “El libro de Avellaneda como purgante de la locura quijotesca.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 3-11.

Edward Baker. “Breaking the Frame: Don Quixote's Entertaining Books.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 12-31.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Cervantes, autor de la Topografía e historia general de Argel publicada por Diego de Haedo.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 32-53.

Marsha S. Collins. “Transgression and Transfiguration in Cervantes's ‘La española inglesa’.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 54-73.

Maryrica Ortiz Lottman. “La gran sultana: Transformations in Secret Speech.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 74-90.

Reviews

Marsha Swislocki. “Francisco J. Sánchez. Lectura y representación: Análisis cultural de las Novelas ejemplares de Cervantes.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 91-93.

Amy R. Williamsen. “Theresa Sears. A Marriage of Convenience: Ideal and Ideology in the Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 93-96. Correction: Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 192.

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Novelas ejemplares. Edición, bibliografía y notas de Frances Luttikhuizen. Introducción de Alberto Blecua.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 96-98.

Kenneth Stackhouse. “Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Exemplary Novels. Ed. B. F. Ife.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 98-106.

David J. Hildner. “Amy R. Williamsen. Co(s)mic Chaos: Exploring Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 106-08.

Notes

Dominick Finello. “Finello Replies to Jehenson.” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 109-11.

Yvonne Jehenson. “Jehenson's Response [to Finello].” Cervantes 16.1 (1996): 112.


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Volume XVI, Number 2 (Fall, 1996)

Articles

Barbara Fuchs. “Border Crossings: Transvestism and ‘Passing’ in Don Quijote.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 4-28.

Rachel Schmidt. “Maps, Figures, and Canons in the Viaje del Parnaso.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 29-46.

R. M. Flores. “Estructura estilística en el Quijote.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 47-70.

Stacey L. Parker Aronson. “La ‘textualización’ de Leocadia y su defensa en ‘La fuerza de la sangre’.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 71-88.

Jorge Aladro-Font and Ricardo Ramos Tremolada. “Ausencia y presencia de Garcilaso en el Quijote.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 89-106.

Note

Alfred Rodriguez and Mariana A. Ramírez. “Whistling in the Dark: Chapters 19 and 20 of Part I of Don Quijote.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 107-13.

Reviews

Eric J. Kartchner. “Alberto Rodríguez. La conversación en el Quijote: Subdiálogo, memoria y asimetría.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 114-18.

Judith A. Whitenack. “Stephen Harrison. La composición de Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 118-20.

Robert L. Hathaway. “Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures 5 (Fall 1994): Magical Parts: Approaches to Don Quixote.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 120-27.

Forum

Pierre L. Ullman. “Réplica a Anthony Cárdenas.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 128-37.

Anthony J. Cárdenas. “A Reply to a Reply: A Perspective on a Perspective of My Perspective.” Cervantes 16.2 (1996): 138-43.


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Volume XVI, Special Issue (Winter, 1996)

Eduardo Urbina, editor. “Anuario Bibliográfico Cervantino 1994-95.” PDF Cervantes 16 special issue (1996): 1-203.


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Volume XVII, Number 1 (Spring, 1997)

International Colloquium on Perspectives on Cervantes Studies in Honor of José María Casasayas. Selected Papers

José Ramón Fernández de Cano y Martín. “Prólogo [VII Coloquio Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas].” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 4-6.

Articles

Alberto Sánchez. “Revisión del cautiverio cervantino en Argel.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 7-24.

Jean Canavaggio. “Aproximación al proceso Ezpeleta.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 25-45.

Edward C. Riley. “Tradición e innovación en la novelística cervantina.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 46-61.

Pedro Ruiz Pérez. “Contexto crítico de la poesía cervantina.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 62-86.

José Ignacio Díez Fernández. “El soneto del rufián ‘arrepentido’ (en dos series).” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 87-108.

Patrizia Campana. “‘Et per tal variar nature è bella’: Apuntes sobre la variatio en el Quijote.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 109-21.

José Manuel Martín Morán. “Cervantes: El juglar zurdo de la era Gutenberg.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 122-44.

Carlos Brito Díaz. “‘Porque lo pide así la pintura’: La escritura peregrina en el lienzo del Persiles.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 145-64.

Notes

Frances Luttikhuizen. “¿Fueron censuradas las Novelas ejemplares?Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 165-74.

Krzysztof Sliwa. “Perspectivas en los documentos cervantinos.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 175-80.

Reviews

Robert M. Johnston. “Henry Higuera. Eros and Empire: Politics and Christianity in Don Quixote.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 180-85.

Alan Burch. “Cervantes, Miguel de. The History of That Ingenious Gentleman Don Quijote de la Mancha. Translated by Burton Raffel.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 185-88.

Ellen M. Anderson. “Stanislav Zimic. El teatro de Cervantes.” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 188-91.

Correction

Correction [to Amy R. Williamsen's review of Theresa Sears's book A Marriage of Convenience: Ideal and Ideology in the Novelas ejemplares].” Cervantes 17.1 (1997): 192.


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Volume XVII, Number 2 (Fall, 1997)

Articles

Carolyn A. Nadeau. “Recovering the Hetairae: Prostitution in Don Quijote I.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 4-24.

Julio Rodríguez-Luis. “Autorrepresentación en Cervantes y el sentido del ‘Coloquio de los perros’.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 25-58.

Robert L. Hathaway. “‘A quien se humilla . . .’: ¿La homilía del Quijote?Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 59-79.

Edward H. Friedman. “The Fortunes of Chivalry: António José da Silva's Vida do Grande D. Quixote de la Mancha e do Gordo Sancho Pança.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 80-93.

Notes

Leah Garrett. “The Jewish Don Quixote.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 94-105.

Krzysztof Sliwa and Daniel Eisenberg. “El licenciado Juan de Cervantes, abuelo de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 106-14.

Alfred Rodriguez and Joel F. Dykstra. “Cervantes's Parodic Rendering of a Traditional Topos: Locus Amoenus.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 115-21.

Pilar Alcalde. “El poder de la palabra y el dinero en ‘La gitanilla’.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 122-32.

Reviews

Francisco J. Sánchez. “Henry W. Sullivan. Grotesque Purgatory. A Study of Cervantes's Don Quixote, Part II.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 133-35.

Robert L. Fiore. “Edwin Williamson. Cervantes and the Modernists: The Question of Influence.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 135-37.

Eric J. Kartchner. “Joseph V. Ricapito. Cervantes's Novelas ejemplares: Between History and Creativity.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 137-41.

Mindy Stivers Badia. “Stanislav Zimic. Las Novelas ejemplares de Cervantes.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 141-43.

E. T. Aylward. “Miguel de Cervantes. Eight Interludes. Trans. and ed. Dawn L. Smith.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 143-45.

David R. Castillo. “Julio Baena. El círculo y la flecha: Principio y fin, triunfo y fracaso del Persiles.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 145-48.

Forum

Pierre L. Ullman. “Reply to a Reply to a Reply.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 149-54.

R. M. Flores. “‘Libró’y ‘divi-’ en el poema octosílabo de cabo roto del donoso poeta entreverado: Primera Parte del Quijote.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 155-65.

Alberto Rodríguez. “Algunas palabras más sobre la conversación en el Quijote.” Cervantes 17.2 (1997): 166-77.


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Volume XVIII, Number 1 (Spring, 1998)

Articles

Henry W. Sullivan. “Don Quixote de la Mancha: Analyzable or Unanalyzable?” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 4-23.

Rosilie Hernández-Pecoraro. “The Absence of the Absence of Women: Cervantes's Don Quixote and the Explosion of the Pastoral Tradition.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 24-45.

Barbara A. Simerka. “‘That the rulers should sleep without bad dreams’: Anti-Epic Discourse in La Numancia and Arauco domado.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 46-70.

Luis F. Avilés. “Fortaleza tan guardada: Casa, alegoría y melancolía en ‘El celoso extremeño’.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 71-95.

Shifra Armon. “The Paper Key: Money as Text in Cervantes's ‘El celoso extremeño’ and José de Camerino's ‘El pícaro amante’.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 96-114.

Diane E. Sieber. “Mapping Identity in the Captive's Tale: Cervantes and Ethnographic Narrative.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 115-33.

Note

R. M. Flores. “Una posible protofábula a ‘El curioso impertinente’ de Cervantes.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 134-43.

Reviews

Gwen Stickney. “Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha (Parte I). Ed. Tom Lathrop.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 144-47.

Eduardo Urbina. “E. Michael Gerli. Refiguring Authority. Reading, Writing, and Rewriting in Cervantes.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 147-48.

Steven Hutchinson. “Aurora Egido. Cervantes y las puertas del sueño. Estudios sobre la Galatea, el Quijote y el Persiles.” Cervantes 18.1 (1998): 149-50.


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Volume XVIII, Number 2 (Fall, 1998)

Frames for Reading: Cervantes Studies in Honor of Peter N. Dunn

Mary Malcolm Gaylord. “Framing Peter N. Dunn.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 4-9.

Publications of Peter N. Dunn”. Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 10-13.

Articles

Inés Azar. “Turns of Enchantment: Imagining the Real in Don Quixote.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 14-25.

Yvonne Jehenson. “Masochisma versus Machismo: Camila's Re-Writing of Gender Assignations in Cervantes's ‘Tale of Foolish Curiosity’.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 26-52.

Charles D. Presberg. “Precious Exchanges: The Poetics of Desire, Power, and Reciprocity in Cervantes's ‘La gitanilla’.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 53-73.

Elias L. Rivers. “Don Quixote's Fatherly Advice, and Olivares's.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 74-84.

Harry Sieber. “The Magnificent Fountain: Literary Patronage in the Court of Philip III.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 85-116.

Mary Malcolm Gaylord. “Pulling Strings with Maese Pedro's Puppets: Fiction and History in Don Quixote.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 117-47.

Reviews

Nicholas Spadaccini. “Edward Dudley. The Endless Text. Don Quijote and the Hermeneutics of Romance.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 148-50.

David R. Castillo. “José Montero Reguera. El Quijote y la crítica contemporánea.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 151-55.

Ángel Sánchez. “Joseph V. Ricapito. Formalistic Aspects of Cervantes's Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 155-57.

Review Essay

Eduardo Urbina. “Historias verdaderas y la verdad de la historia: Fernando Arrabal vs. Stephen Marlowe.” Cervantes 18.2 (1998): 158-69.


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Volume XIX, Number 1 (Spring, 1999)

Articles

Robert L. Hathaway. “Cardenio’s Twice-Told Tale.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 4-26.

Carole A. Holdsworth. “Dulcinea and Pynchon’s V.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 27-39.

E. T. Aylward. “Significant Disparities in the Text of ‘La tía fingida’ vis-à-vis Cervantes’s ‘El casamiento engañoso‘’.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 40-65.

E. C. Graf. “Escritor/Excretor: Cervantes's “Humanism” on Philip II's Tomb.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 66-95.

Jaime Fernández, S.J. “La admiración en el Quijote y el enigma del paje soldado (DQ II, 24).” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 96-112.

Carlos M. Gutiérrez. “Cervantes, un proyecto de modernidad para el Fin de Siglo (1880-1905).” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 113-24.

Note

Dale Wasserman. “Don Quixote as Theatre.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 125-30.

Reviews

James A. Parr. “José María Paz Gago. Semiótica del Quijote: Teoría y práctica de la ficción narrativa.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 131-34.

Anne J. Cruz. “Augustin Redondo. Otra manera de leer el Quijote: Historia, tradiciones culturales y literatura.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 134-38.

Robert M. Johnston. “Jacques Lezra. Unspeakable Subjects: The Genealogy of the Event in Early Modern Europe.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 138-41.

Vicente Pérez de León. “Edward Baker. La biblioteca de don Quijote.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 142-45.

Laura J. Gorfkle. “Ronald Paulson. Don Quixote in England: The Aesthetics of Laughter.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 145-49.

Eric J. Kartchner. “William H. Clamurro. Beneath the Fiction: The Contrary Worlds of Cervantes’s Novelas ejemplares.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 149-53.

William Childers. “Anthony J. Cascardi. Ideologies of History in the Spanish Golden Age.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 154-57.

Forum

Howard Mancing. “Against Dualisms: A Response to Henry Sullivan.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 158-76.

Henry W. Sullivan. “Don Quixote & the ‘Third Term’ as Solvent of Binary Dualisms: A Response to Howard Mancing.” Cervantes 19.1 (1999): 177-97.


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Volume XIX, Number 2 (Fall, 1999)

Eighth International Colloquium of the Asociación de Cervantistas, El Toboso, April 23–26, 1998. Selected Papers.

Michael McGaha. “From the Editor [Farewell as editor].” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 6-7.

José Ramón Fernández de Cano y Martín. “Prólogo [VIII Coloquio Internacional de la Asociación de Cervantistas].” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 8-10.

Articles

Gonzalo Díaz Migoyo. “El Quijote muerto de risa.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 11-23.

José Manuel Martín Morán. “La reificación de la palabra en el Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 24-36.

Carlos Brito Díaz. “Cervantes al pie de la letra: Don Quijote a lomos del ‘Libro del mundo’.”PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 37-54.

Jesús G. Maestro. “Poética del personaje en las comedias de Miguel de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 55-86.

José Ramón Fernández de Cano y Martín. “Del trasiego del trastrigo al trasero del teatro: Nuevas interpretaciones del vocabulario erótico cervantino.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 87-100.

Gustavo Illades Aguiar. “Dos pacientes virtuales del médico Francisco de Villalobos: Anselmo y Carrizales.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 101-12.

Jorge García López. “‘Rinconete y Cortadillo’ y la novela picaresca.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 113-24.

Mercedes Alcalá Galán. “La representación de lo femenino en Cervantes: La doble identidad de Dulcinea y Sigismunda.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 125-39.

Agapita Jurado Santos. “Silencio/Palabra: Estrategias de algunas mujeres cervantinas para realizar el deseo.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 140-53.

María Roca Mussons. “Alma, aire, bocas: El beso de Auristela en el Persiles.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 154-66.

Pina Rosa Piras. “El cervantismo de Juan Goytisolo.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 167-79.

Note

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Unas palabras más sobre Belerma (Quijote II, 23).” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 180-84.

Reviews

Marcia L. Welles. “Frederick A. de Armas. Cervantes, Raphael and the Classics.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 185-89.

Myriam Yvonne Jehenson. “André Brink. The Novel: Language and Narrative from Cervantes to Calvino.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 189-93.

A. Robert Lauer. “Margit Frenk. Entre la voz y el silencio (La lectura en tiempos de Cervantes).” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 194.

Eduardo Urbina. “Santiago Alfonso López Navia. La ficción autorial en el Quijote y en sus continuaciones e imitaciones.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 195-96.

William Childers. “Miguel de Cervantes. Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda. Ed. Carlos Romero Muñoz.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 196-200.

Eric Kartchner. “Roberto González Echevarría. Major Authors on CD-ROM: Miguel de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 200-03.

Review Essay

John J. Allen. “A Don Quijote for the New Millennium.” PDF Cervantes 19.2 (1999): 204-14.


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Volume XX, Number 1 (Spring, 2000)

Rincón del Editor

Daniel Eisenberg. “La hija de Diego de Miranda.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 5-6.

Articles

Enrique Fernández. “Los tratos de Argel: Obra testimonial, denuncia política y literatura terapéutica.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 7-26.

Mar Martínez-Góngora. “Un unicornio en la corte de una reina virgen: ‘Ginecocracia’ y ansiedades masculinas en ‘La española inglesa’.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 27-46.

Theresa Ann Sears. “Sacrificial Lambs and Domestic Goddesses, or, Did Cervantes Write Chick Lit? (Being a Meditation on Women and Free Will).” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 47-68.

Sherry Velasco. “Marimachos, hombrunas, barbudas: The Masculine Woman in Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 69-78.

R. M. Flores. “‘El curioso impertinente’ y ‘El capitán cautivo,’ novelas ni sueltas ni pegadizas.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 79-98.

Edward H. Friedman. “Insincere Flattery: Imitation and the Growth of the Novel.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 99-114.

David R. Castillo and Nicholas Spadaccini. “El antiutopismo en Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda: Cervantes y el cervantismo actual.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 115-31.

Erin Webster Garrett. “Recycling Zoraida: The Muslim Heroine in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 133-56.

Bruce R. Burningham. “Walt Disney's Toy Story as Postmodern Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 157-74.

Review Article

Edward S. Knotek II. “Don Quijote and the Modern Undergraduate Student: Making Cervantes More Accessible to the American Reader.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 175-78.

Reviews

Gwen Stickney. “Cervantes. El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha, ed. Tom Lathrop. Tom Lathrop, Don Quijote Dictionary.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 179-81.

Rogelio Miñana. “Cervantes. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha, ed. Salvador Fajardo and James A. Parr.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 181-83.

Nina Cox Davis. “E. T. Aylward. The Crucible Concept: Thematic and Narrative Patterns in Cervantes’s Novelas ejemplares.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 183-86.

Myriam Yvonne Jehenson. “Anne J. Cruz and Carroll B. Johnson, editors. Cervantes and His Postmodern Constituencies.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 186-90.

Matthew A. Fike. “Yumiko Yamada. Ben Jonson and Cervantes: Tilting against Chivalric Romances.” PDF Cervantes 20.1 (2000): 190-92.


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XX, Number 2 (Fall, 2000)

Rincón del Editor

Daniel Eisenberg. “The Possessive of Cervantes is Cervantes’PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 5-6.

Articles

Francisco Vivar. “El ideal pro patria mori en La Numancia de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 7-30.

Julio Vélez-Sainz. “El Recueil Fossard, la compañía de los Gelosi y la génesis de Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 31-52.

Edmundo Ernesto Delgado. “Consideraciones en torno al lenguaje en Don Quijote: Bases para una aproximación estilística.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 53-78.

Juan Varela-Portas de Orduña. “De la sangre vuelta vino (Notas sobre la ideología de la identidad en la primera parte de Don Quijote).” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 79-100.

Rachel Schmidt. “The Performance and Hermeneutics of Death in the Last Chapter of Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 101-26.

Howard Mancing. “Prototypes of Genre in Cervantes' Novelas ejemplares.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 127-50.

Felipe Ruan. “Carta de guía, carto-grafía: Fallas y fisuras en ‘El licenciado Vidriera’.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 151-62.

Reviews

José Montero Reguera. “Sliwa, K. Documentos de Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 163-65.

María Cristina Quintero. “Dominick Finello. Cervantes: Essays on Social and Literary Polemics.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 165-68.

Michael McGrath. “En un lugar de La Mancha: Estudios cervantinos en honor de Manuel Durán, ed. Georgina Dopico Black and Roberto González Echevarría.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 168-71.

David R. Castillo. “Johnson, Carroll B. Cervantes and the Material World.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 172-74.

William H. Clamurro. “Bibliographical Notes and Announcements.” PDF Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 175-76.

Index to Volumes 1-20, 1981-2000. PDF Fred F. Jehle. Cervantes 20.2 (2000): 177-208.


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Volume XXI, Number 1 (Spring, 2001)

Rincón del Editor

Daniel Eisenberg. “Sancho gobernador, ¿una novela cervantina?” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 3-4.

Articles

George A. Shipley. “Garbage In, Garbage Out: ‘The Best of Vidriera’.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 5-41.

John G. Ardila. “Cervantes y la Quixotic Fiction: Sucesión episódica y otros recursos narrativos.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 43-65.

James Iffland. “Do We Really Need to Read Avellaneda?” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 67-83.

An Interview with Dale Wasserman. PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 85-94.

Document

John Bowle. “A Letter to Dr. Percy.” Ed. Daniel Eisenberg. PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 95-146.

Reviews PDF

Steven Wagschal. “Don Quijote: A New Translation, Backgrounds, Contexts and Criticism. By Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra. Trans. Burton Raffel. Ed. Diana de Armas Wilson.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 147-52.

Pilar V. Rotella. “Cruz, Anne J. Discourses of Poverty: Social Reform and the Picaresque Novel in Early Modern Spain.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 152-55.

Eduardo Urbina. “Larsen, Kevin S. Cervantes and Galdós in Fortunata y Jacinta: Tales of Impertinent Curiosity.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 155-57.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Don Quijote en el arte.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 157-58.

Tom Lathrop. “Don Quixote. Broadcast April 9, 2000 on the TNT network.” PDF Cervantes 21.1 (2001): 158-60.


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Volume XXI, Number 2 (Fall, 2001)

Articles

John G. Ardila. “Cervantes y la Quixotic Fiction: El hibridismo genérico.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 5-26.

Enrique Fernández. “‘Sola una de vuestras hermosas manos’: Desmembramiento petrarquista y disección anatómica en la venta (Don Quijote, I, 43).” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 27-49.

Carolyn Lukens-Olson. “Heroics of Persuasion in Cervantes' Trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 51-72.

Gene R. Pendleton and Linda L. Williams. “Themes of Exile in Thomas Mann's ‘Voyage with Don Quixote’.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 73-85.

Roberto Véguez. “‘Un millón de avemarías’: El rosario en Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 87-109.

Review Article

Howard Mancing. “‘Bendito sea Alá’: A New Edition of Belianís de Grecia.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 111-115.

Documents

Dale Wasserman. “A Diary for I, Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 117-123.

Dale Wasserman. I, Don Quixote. PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 125-213.

Reviews PDF

Theresa Ann Sears. “James Iffland. De fiestas y aguafiestas: Risa, locura e ideología en Cervantes y Avellaneda.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 215-220.

Anthony Close. “Ronald Paulson. Don Quixote in England. The Aesthetics of Laughter.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 220-222.

Anthony G. Lo Ré. “Rachel Schmidt. Critical Images. The Canonization of Don Quixote through Illustrated Editions of the Eighteenth Century.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 222-226.

Vincent Martin. “Ingeniosa Invención: Essays on Golden Age Spanish Literature for Geoffrey L. Stagg in Honor of his Eighty-fifth Birthday.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 227-230.

José Montero Reguera. “K. Sliwa. Documentos cervantinos. Nueva recopilación; lista e índices.” PDF Cervantes 21.2 (2001): 230-232.


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Volume XXII, Number 1 (Spring, 2002)

Judy Riley, Anthony Close, Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce, Helena Percas de Ponseti, Karl-Ludwig Selig. “E. C. Riley, 1923-2001.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 5-15.

Jeremy Robbins and Daniel Eisenberg. “Publications of E. C. Riley.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 17-26.

Articles

Edward C. Riley. “La singularidad de la fama de Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 27-41.

Robert Flores. “A Portrait of Don Quijote from the Palette of Chaos Theory.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 43-70.

Verónica Azcue Castillón. “La disputa del baciyelmo y ‘El retablo de las maravillas’: Sobre el carácter dramático de los capítulos 44 y 45 de la primera parte de Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 71-81.

Francisco Vivar. “Las bodas de Camacho y la sociedad del espectáculo.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 83-109.

Isabel Lozano-Renieblas. “Los relatos orales del Persiles.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 111-26.

Review Article

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Un misterio dilucidado: Pasamonte fue Avellaneda.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 127-54.

REVIEWS PDF

Patrizia Campana. “Edward C. Riley. La rara invención. Estudios sobre Cervantes y su posteridad literaria.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 155-57.

Jesús G. Maestro. “Jean Canavaggio. Cervantes entre vida y creación.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 158-65.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Arsenio Lope Huerta. Los Cervantes de Alcalá.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 165-66.

Eric J. Kartchner. “Hans-Jörg Neuschäfer. La ética del Quijote: Función de las novelas intercaladas.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 166-69.

Dominick Finello. “Maria Caterina Ruta. Il Chisciotte e i suoi dettagli.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 169-72.

George Mariscal. “Diana de Armas Wilson. Cervantes, the Novel, and the New World.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 172-75.

Susan Paun de García. “Georgina Dopico Black. Perfect Wives, Other Women. Adultery & Inquisition in Early Modern Spain.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 176-79.

Michael Scham. “Charles D. Presberg. Adventures in Paradox: Don Quixote and the Western Tradition.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 180-83.

William H. Clamurro.“David R. Castillo. (A)wry Views: Anamorphosis, Cervantes, and the Early Picaresque.” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 184-88.

Forum

James Iffland. “Reply by James Iffland [to Yvonne Jehenson].” PDF Cervantes 22.1 (2002): 189-92.


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Volume XXII, Number 2 (Fall, 2002)

Rincón del Editor

Daniel Eisenberg. “Meditación sobre Cervantes y Granada.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 5-7.

Articles

Thomas E. Case. “Cide Hamete Benengeli y los Libros plúmbeos.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 9-24.

Marsha Collins. “El poder del discurso confesional en ‘Las dos doncellas’.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 25-46.

George A. Shipley. “Vidriera's Blather.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 47-124.

Note

Donald McGrady. “El sentido de la alusión de Cervantes a La ingratitud vengada de Lope” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 125-28.

Estado presente and Edition

Geoffrey Stagg. “Don Quijote and the ‘Entremés de los romances’: A Retrospective.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 129-50.

Daniel Eisenberg and Geoffrey Stagg, eds. “Entremés de los romances.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 151-74.

Reviews

Tom Lathrop. “Miguel de Cervantes. The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha. Trans. John Rutherford.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 175-80.

J. Ignacio Díez Fernández. “Steven Hutchinson. Economía ética en Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 180-84.

Jesús G. Maestro. “José Manuel Trabado Cabado. Poética y pragmática del discurso lírico. El cancionero pastoril de La Galatea.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 184-87.

Salvador J. Fajardo. “José Ángel Ascunce Arrieta. Los Quijotes del Quijote. Historia de una aventura creativa.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 188-90.

Juan Enrique García Ramírez. “Svetlana I. Piskunova. Don Quijote de Cervantes y géneros de prosa hispánica siglos XVI–XVII [en ruso].” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 190-91.

Rafael Ramos. “Antología de libros de caballerías castellanos. Coordinación de José Manuel Lucía Megías.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002):191-94.

John C. Parrack. “Montserrat Ginés. The Southern Inheritors of Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 195-98.

Dominick Finello. “Heinz-Peter Endress. Los ideales de Don Quijote en el cambio de valores desde la Edad Media hasta el Barroco.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 198-201.

Joan F. Cammarata. “Carolyn A. Nadeau. Women of the Prologue. Imitation, Myth, and Magic in Don Quixote I.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 201-05.

Angelo DiSalvo. “Alberto Sánchez. Don Quijote, ciudadano del mundo y otros ensayos cervantinos.” PDF Cervantes 22.2 (2002): 205-08.


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Volume XXIII, Number 1 (Spring, 2003)

Homage to John Jay Allen

Howard Mancing. “Jay.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 5-6.

Patricia S. Finch. “Jay: Partner, Friend, and Father.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 6-10.

Michael McGaha. “John Jay Allen's Contributions to Cervantes Studies.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 11-19.

Miguel Ángel Coso Marín and Juan Sanz Ballesteros. “La enseñanza y la amistad de los maestros.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 20–21.

Al Smith. “Quadruple Birthday Limerick.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 22–23.

Selections from Jay's Writings on Cervantes

John Jay Allen. “Coping with Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 24–27.

John Jay Allen. “The Aims of Quixote Criticism.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 27–33.

John Jay Allen. “Prologue to a Collection of Cervantine Documents.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 34–37.

John Jay Allen. “A Letter to the Editor.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 38–39.

John Jay Allen. “Excerpts from Monarch Notes Guide to Don Quixote (Cervantes' Literary Career; Brief History of Criticism of Don Quixote; Areas for Research and Criticism; Selective Annotated Bibliography in English).”PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 40-51.

Daniel Eisenberg, John Jay Allen, Patricia S. Finch, and Howard Mancing. “Publications of John Jay Allen.”PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 52–61.

“Theses Directed by John Jay Allen.”PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 61–62.

Articles in Homage to John Jay Allen

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Cervantes y Lope de Vega: Postrimerías de un duelo literario y una hipótesis.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 63–115.

Howard Mancing. “Cervantes as Narrator of Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 117–40.

Articles

Paul Carranza. “Cipión, Berganza, and the Aesopic Tradition.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 141–63.

Bruce R. Burningham. “Jongleuresque Dialogue, Radical Theaticality, and Maese Pedro's Puppet Show.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 165–200.

Geoffrey Stagg. “The Curious Case of the Suspect Epistle.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 201–14.

Miguel de Cervantes. “Epístola a Mateo Vázquez.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 215–22.

Review Articles

Jesús G. Maestro. “Nueva lectura del Persiles [review article of Isabel Lozano Renieblas, Cervantes y el mundo del Persiles].” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 223–34.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Los trabajos del biógrafo cervantino [review article of Donald P. McCrory, No Ordinary Man. The Life and Times of Miguel de Cervantes].” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 235–49.

Reviews

Vicente Pérez de León. “Jesús González Maestro. La escena imaginaria. Poética del teatro de Miguel de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 251–56.

Álvaro Félix Bolaños. “Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo. Claribalte. Edición de Alberto del Río Nogueras. Alberto del Río Nogueras. Claribalte (guía de lectura).” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 257–61.

E. T. Aylward. “Alonso Fernández de Avellaneda. El ingenioso hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha. Ed. Luis Gómez Canseco.” PDF Cervantes 23.1 (2003): 262–64.


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Volume XXIII, Number 2 (Fall, 2003)

The Tragedy of John Bowle

George Greenia and Daniel Eisenberg. “R. Merritt Cox (1939–1987): Pioneer of John Bowle Studies.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 5-8.

R. W. Truman. “The Rev. John Bowle's Quixotic Woes Further Explored.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 9-43.

Daniel Eisenberg. “La edición del Quijote de John Bowle. Sus dos emisiones.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 45-84.

Eduardo Urbina and Steven Escar Smith. “The Grangerized Copy of John Bowle's Edition of Don Quixote in the Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A&M University.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 85–118.

John Bowle. “Correspondence.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 119–40.

Joseph Baretti. “Tolondron. Speeches to John Bowle about his Edition of Don Quixote, together with Some Account of Spanish Literature.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 141–274.

Articles

Louise Ciallella. “Teresa Panza's Character Zone and Discourse of Domesticity in Don Quixote.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 275–96.

Máximo Brioso Sánchez and Héctor Brioso Santos. “De nuevo sobre Cervantes y Heliodoro. La comunicación lingüística y algunas notas cronológicas.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 297–341.

Reynaldo C. Riva. “Apuntes para una solución: La narración de Rutilio.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 343–55.

Carlos Romero Muñoz. “Novelas ejemplares. Cuestiones ecdóticas (IV).” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 357–77.

Gabriele Eckart. “Cervantes in the German-Speaking Countries of the Twentieth Century.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 379–93.

Review Article

James Iffland. “Laughter Tamed.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 395–435.

Reviews

Michael McGaha. “María Antonia Garcés. Cervantes in Algiers: A Captive's Tale.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 437–42.

Michael Scham. “The Cambridge Companion to Cervantes. Ed. Anthony J. Cascardi.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 442–47.

Joseph V. Ricapito. “Maria Rosaria Alfani. Il ritorno di Don Chisciotte: Clarín e il romanzo.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 448–50.

Alicia de Colombí-Monguió. “José Lara Garrido. Los mejores plectros: Teoría y práctica de la épica culta en el Siglo de Oro.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): 450–56.

Articles in Press

“Articles in Press.” PDF Cervantes 23.2 (2003): inside back cover.


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Volume XXIV, Number 1 (Spring, 2004)

Clothing and Identity in Cervantes

Elaine Bunn. “Introduction.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 5–9.

Carroll Johnson. “Dressing Don Quixote: Of Quixotes and Quixotes.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 11–21.

Verónica Azcue. “El vestido en Don Quijote: Espejo o espejismo de una sociedad.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 23–38.

Encarnación Juárez-Almendros. “Travestismo, transferencias, trueques e inversiones en la Sierra Morena.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 39–64.

Gridley McKim-Smith and Marcia L. Welles. “Material Girls – and Boys: Dressing Up in Cervantes.” PDF [large file: 3.7 MB] Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 65–104.

Darcy Donahue. “Dressing Up and Dressing Down: Clothing and Class Identity in the Novelas ejemplares.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 105–18.

Elaine Bunn. “Fashioning Identities in ‘El licenciado Vidriera’.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 119–36.

Review Article

Encarnación Juárez-Almendros. “Don Quijote y la moda: El legado de Carmen Bernis.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 137–42.

Articles

Frederick De Armas. “Nero's Golden House: Italian Art and the Grotesque in Don Quijote, Part II.” PDF [large file: 26 MB] Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 143–71.

Michael McGaha. “Is There a Hidden Jewish Meaning in Don Quixote?.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 173–88.

Cory A. Reed. “Ludic Revelations in the Enchanted Head Episode in Don Quijote (II, 62).” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 189–216.

José Luis Madrigal. “Algunas reflexiones en torno a la atribución cervantina del ‘Diálogo entre Cilenia y Selanio sobre la vida del campo’.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 217–52.

Reviews

Eric J. Kartchner. “Alicia Parodi. Las Ejemplares: Una sola novela.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 253–56.

Louis Imperiale. “Aldo Ruffinatto. Cervantes: Un profilo su smalti italiani.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 256–59.

Margaret R. Greer. “Mariarosa Scaramuzza Vidoni. I fantasmi di Cervantes..” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 259–61.

Alison Weber. “Rosa Rossi. Tras las huellas de Cervantes. Perfil inédito del autor del Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 262–64.

Susan Paun de García. “Robert ter Horst. The Fortunes of the Novel. A Study in the Transposition of a Genre.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): 265–72.

Articles in Press

“Articles in Press.” PDF Cervantes 24.1 (2004): inside back cover.


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Volume XXIV, Number 2 (Fall, 2004 [2005])

Articles

William Childers. “‘Según es cristiana la gente’: The Quintanar of Persiles y Sigismunda and the Archival Record.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 5–41.

Bradley J. Nelson. “Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda: Una crítica cervantina de la alegoresis emblemática.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 43–69.

Steven Hutchinson. “Affective Dimensions in Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 71–91.

Amanda S. Meixell. “The Espíritu de Merlín, Renaissance Magic, and the Limitations of Being Human in La casa de los celos.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 93–118.

Forum

James A. Parr. “On Narration and Theory.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 119–35.

Howard Mancing. “Response to ‘On Narration and Theory’.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 137–56.

Review Articles

Shannon M. Polchow. “Authors and Readers in the 1605 Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 157–71.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Un médico examina a Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 172–82.

Textos

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (atrib.). “Un prólogo y dos dedicatorias.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 183–87.

Homenaje a José María Casasayas

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “Adiós a José María Casasayas, organizador genial.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 189–93.

Daniel Eisenberg. “Recuerdos de Pepe.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 193–99.

Santiago López Navia. “Ithaca semper incognita. José María Casasayas, cervantista.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 199–233.

Daniel Eisenberg, Santiago López Navia, y José Montero Reguera, eds. “Escritos de José María Casasayas / Coloquios y congresos de la Asociación de Cervantistas.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 233–39.

Pequeña antología de José María Casasayas

José María Casasayas. “Dos circulares.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 240–51.

José María Casasayas. “El sentido del cervantismo.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 252–53.

José María Casasayas. “Una defensa de la edición crítica.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 253–69.

José María Casasayas. “Una defensa de la locura.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 270–81.

José María Casasayas. “La palabra ‘rucio’.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 282–94.

Reseñas

Jesús G. Maestro. “Francisco Vivar. La Numancia de Cervantes y la memoria de un mito.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 295–97.

William H. Clamurro. “Robert S. Stone. Picaresque Continuities. Transformations of Genre from the Golden Age to the Goethezeit.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 298–302.

Michael Scham. “James A. Parr. Don Quijote, Don Juan, and Related Subjects: Form and Tradition in Spanish Literature, 1330-1630.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 303–08.

Mel Storm. “Hilaire Kallendorf. Exorcism and Its Texts: Subjectivity in Early Modern Literature of England and Spain.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 309–13.

Maricarmen Marín Pina. “Cuatrocientos años del Ingenioso Hidalgo. Colección de Quijotes de la Biblioteca Cervantina y cuatro estudios. Ed. Blanca López de Mariscal y Judith Farré.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 314–17.

Luis Gómez Canseco. “Santiago Alfonso López Navia. Inspiración y pretexto. Estudios sobre las recreaciones del Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): 317–19.

Articles in Press

“Articles in Press.” PDF Cervantes 24.2 (2004 [2005]): inside back cover.


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Volume XXV, Number 1 (Spring, 2005 [2006])

Essay

Eduardo Urbina. “Armas, letras y números.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 5–8.

Articles

Howard Mancing. “Camila's Story.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 9–22.

David Arbesú Fernández. “Auctoritas y experiencia en ‘El curioso impertinente’.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 23–43.

Christina H. Lee. “La Señora Peregrina as Mediatrix in ‘La ilustre fregona’.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 45–68.

Francisco Rico. “Poética de la antífrasis (Sobre la dedicatoria del primer Quijote).” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 69–77.

Fernando González Moreno, Eduardo Urbina, Richard Furuta y Jie Deng. “La colección de Quijotes ilustrados del Proyecto Cervantes: Catálogo de ediciones y archivo digital de imágenes.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 79–104.

Alfonso Martín Jiménez “Cervantes sabía que Pasamonte fue Avellaneda: La Vida de Pasamonte, el Quijote apócrifo y ‘El coloquio de los perros’.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 105–57.

Réplica

Alfredo Baras. “Sobre los quijotes de don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 159–63.

Contrarréplica

Carroll B. Johnson. “Of quijotes, quijotes, and quijotadas: A Response to Alfredo Baras .” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 165–66.

Review Articles

Helena Percas de Ponseti. “La reconfirmación de que Pasamonte fue Avellaneda.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 167–99.

Jesús G. Maestro. “Nuevo itinerario del entremés.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 201–13.

Reviews

Juergen Hahn. “Kurt Reichenberger and Rosa Ribas. Ein kryptischer Cervantes. Die geheimen Botschaften im Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 215–18.

Theresa Ann Sears. “Cesáreo Bandera. ‘Monda y desnuda’: La humilde historia de Don Quijote. Reflexiones sobre el origen de la novela moderna.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 218–24.

Luis Gómez Canseco. “Enrique Suárez Figaredo. Cervantes, Figueroa y el crimen de Avellaneda. Que trata de quién fuesse el verdadero autor del falso Quixote. Añádese su vida, y obras.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 224–28.

E. Michael Gerli. “Julio Baena. Discordancias cervantinas.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 229–31.

Carroll B. Johnson. “David Quint. Cervantes's Novel of Modern Times. A New Reading of Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 232–40.

Horacio Chiong Rivero. “Stanislav Zimic. Los cuentos y novelas del Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 240–45.

Julián Olivares. “José Domínguez Caparrós. Métrica de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 245–48.

Michael J. McGrath “Cervantes' Don Quijote: A Casebook. Ed. Roberto González Echevarría.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 249–52.

Francisco Sáez Raposo. “Miguel de Cervantes. Ed. Harold Bloom.” PDF Cervantes 25.1 (2005 [2006]): 253–56.

Other

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Volume XXV, Number 2 (Fall, 2005 [2006])

Articles

Jesús G. Maestro. “Cervantes y la religión en La Numancia.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 5–29.

Rogelio Miñana. “El verdadero protagonista del Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 31–58.

Amanda S. Meixell. “Queen Caroline's Merlin Grotto and the 1738 Lord Carteret Edition of Don Quixote: The Matter of Britain and Spain's Arthurian Tradition.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 59–82.

Francisco Rico. “Quijotes del siglo XX: El repudio de la crítica textual .” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 83–94.

Salvador J. Fajardo. “Space in ‘La fuerza de la sangre’.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 95–117.

Roberto González Echevarría. “The Knight as Fugitive from Justice: Closure in Part I of Don Quijote.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 119–36.

Review articles

Carroll B. Johnson. “Cervantes and the Law, at Yale.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 137–45.

Marcia A. Welles. “Ekphrasis in the Age of Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 147–59.

Texto

Patricia Marín Cepeda. “Valladolid, theatrum mundi.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 161–93.

Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (atrib.). “Relación de lo sucedido en la ciudad de Valladolid, desde el punto del felicísimo nacimiento del príncipe don Felipe Dominico Víctor nuestro señor, hasta que se acabaron las demonstraciones de alegría que por él se hicieron.” PDF Ed. Patricia Marín Cepeda. Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 194–270.

José Luis Madrigal. “Miguel de Cervantes y la Relación de fiestas de 1605.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 271–302.

Frederick De Armas and Armando Maggi. “An Early Translation of a Text Attributed to Cervantes: Cesare Parona's Relatione di quanto è successo nella città di Vagliadolid.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 303–06.

Réplica y respuesta

Enrique Suárez Figaredo. “Puntualizaciones a la reseña de libro Cervantes, Figueroa y el crimen de Avellaneda.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 307–10.

Luis Gómez Canseco. “Respuesta [a la réplica de Enrique Suárez Figaredo].” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 310–11.

Reviews

Rodrigo Cacho Casal. “Luis Gómez Canseco. El Quijote, de Miguel de Cervantes.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 313–17.

Rogelio Miñana. “Javier Blasco. Cervantes, raro inventor.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 318–20.

Michael Schinasi. “Christopher Brett Arredondo. Quijotism, the Imaginative Denial of Spain's Loss of Empire.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 321–23.

Edward H. Friedman. “Donald Gilbert-Santamaría. Writers on the Market: Consuming Literature in Early Seventeenth-Century Spain.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 324–27.

Luis Gómez Canseco. “Rogelio Miñana. La verosimilitud en el Siglo de Oro: Cervantes y la novela corta.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 328–32.

Mercedes Alcalá Galán. “José Ignacio Díez Fernández. Tres discursos de mujeres. (Poética y hermenéutica cervantinas).” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 332–37.

Robert S. Stone. “Kurt Reichenberger. Cervantes and the Hermeneutics of Satire. Cervantes ¿Un gran satírico? Los enigmas peligrosos del Quijote descifrados para el ‘carísimo lector’.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 338–40.

Other

“Books received.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 341.

“Corrections.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): 342.

“Materials in Press.” PDF Cervantes 25.2 (2005 [2006]): inside back cover.

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