The latest issue of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies is now available online

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Liverpool University Press is pleased to inform you of the latest content in BULLETIN OF HISPANIC STUDIES, a highly regarded publication that is essential reading for those working in and researching the languages, literatures and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America.

Volume 99.7 includes Silvia Arroyo on sight and blindness in Ana Caro’s Valor, agravio y mujer; and Veronica Rodriguez on Nahuas and Franciscans in the production of early colonial theatre.

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Table of contents

RESEARCH ARTICLES

‘EL ANTICRISTO ES YA DESCUBIERTO’: ESCATOLOGÍA, PROPAGANDA LUTERANA Y LAS COPLAS DE JORGE MANRIQUE A MEDIADOS DEL SIGLO XVIREAD NOW

JIMENA GAMBA CORRADINE

LORENZO DE SEPÚLVEDA EN MEDINA DEL CAMPO: LA EDICIÓN DE FRANCISCO DEL CANTO (1562) Y SU RELACIÓN CON LAS ANTUERPIENSESREAD NOW

MARIO GARVIN

FASTIGINIA, DIARIO DE UN HOMBRE OCIOSOREAD NOW

IÑIGO VALPUESTA VILLA

NEGOTIATION AND ALLIANCE ON DISPLAY: NAHUAS AND FRANCISCANS IN THE PRODUCTION OF EARLY COLONIAL THEATREREAD NOW

VERONICA RODRIGUEZ

BREAKING THE VITREOUS EYE: SIGHT AND BLINDNESS IN ANA CARO’S VALOR, AGRAVIO Y MUJERREAD NOW

SILVIA ARROYO

PECES METAFÍSICOS, ‘MARGOTINISMO’ Y LA PARANOIA: OBRA ENSAYÍSTICA Y OBRA NARRATIVA DE ERNESTO SABATOREAD NOW

ALEXANDER JAMES GANNUSCIO

 

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