12 Articles on Cervantes: Mostly Inscribed


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Título: 12 Articles on Cervantes: Mostly Inscribed

Editorial: Various

Encuadernación: Soft Cover

Condición del libro: Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No Jacket

Ejemplar firmado: Inscribed By Author

Tipo de libro: Pamphlet


12 Articles on Cervantes, mostly inscribed. They include: Beitraegezur Romanischen Philologie, Sonderheft 1967 (Inscribed to Dr. Tim McCurdy by Karl Ludwig-Selig: "With best wishes, Sincerely, Karl."), Hamlet, Don Quixote, La Vida es Sueño: The Quest for Values (Inscirbed by the author, Lester G. Crocker),PMLA PUblication 1954, The Spanish Source of the Fair Maiden in the Sun by Albert El Sloman (Inscribed: "To Raymond McCurdy, with best wishes, Albert Sloman), Reprinted from Hispanic Studies in Honor of I. González Llubera, 1959, The Metamorphosis of the "Illustre Fregona" by Karl-Ludwig Selig, Ediciones Alcalá (Inscribed: "For Tim McCurdy, with best wishes, sincerely, Karl.") Dos Notas Cervantinas by Federico Sánchez Escribano, de Anales Cervantino, Tomo VIII, 1959-1960, (Inscribed: "A Bob Duncan, con el cordial afecto de Federico.") La Fechas del "Persiles" by Rafael Osuna, Instituo Caro y Cuervo 1970, (Inscribed: "Con Saludos muy cordiales, de su amigo y colega, R.Osuna."), La Captura de Cervantes by Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce, Separata del Boletín de La Real Academia Española, 1968, Originalidad de la Galatea en La Novela Pastoril Española, by Michele Ricciardelli, Publicaiones Linguisticas y Literarias del Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Montevideo, 1966, An Evaluation of the Earliest German Translation of "Don Quixote" by Christian F. Melz, Germanic Review, 1948, Sobre un indidente posiblemente freudiano en el Quixote (1, XV) by Federico Sánchez Escribano, Anales Cervantinos, Tomo IX, 1963, Cervantes y Su Arte de La Novela by Karl Ludwig-Selig, Actas del Segundo Congreso Internacional de Hispanistas, Tirada Aparte, 1967, (Inscribed: "For Tim McCurdy, with best wishes, Karl."), Problems in Latin-Americvan Folklore Bibliography by R.S. Boggs, Humaniora, Essays in Literature, Folklore, Bibliography, and a review by Karl Ludwig Selig, The Man and the Writer by Italo Svevo. All booklets, pamphlets are in good condition, some sunning, edgewear and bending, but are all very readable and a fine collection for the Cervantino Scholar. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. N° de ref. de la librería 001232

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