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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 98.8 includes Ana Mateos on personhood and motherhood in Eva Canel’s La mulata, and Brian Brewer on narrative unity in the interpolated stories included in Don Quijote, Part One.

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Table of contents

RESEARCH ARTICLES

UNITY-IN-VARIETY, ADMIRATIO AND VERISIMILITUDE IN THE INTERPOLATED STORIES OF DON QUIJOTE, PART ONE
BRIAN BREWER

‘AREN’T WE MOTHERS ALL THE SAME?’: PERSONHOOD AND PATRIA IN EVA CANEL’S LA MULATA
ANA MATEOS

‘¿CÓMO NO METER LA PATA EN LITERATURA?’: UNTANGLING AUTHORSHIP AND TRANSLATION IN ESPAÑA NEGRA (1899) BY DARÍO DE REGOYOS
STACEY E. MITCHELL

RELEGITIMANDO EL RÉGIMEN: EL PAPEL DEL CINE Y DE LA LITERATURA FRANQUISTA DE LOS MAQUIS
RACHEL LINVILLE

LA POLÍTICA (1968) DE JOSÉ LUIS CASTILLEJO FRENTE A LA TRADICIÓN DE LA POESÍA SOCIAL
DIEGO ZORITA ARROYO

REVOLUCIONARIOS QUE SE AMAN EN CUARTOS DE HOTELES: AMOR Y REVOLUCIÓN EN ‘PIEDRA DE SOL’ DE OCTAVIO PAZ Y CANCIÓN EN BLANCO DE ÁLVARO GARCÍA
SERGIO NAVARRO RAMÍREZ

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