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32.2 (Spring, 2004)


Del director, 1-6

Articles

  • Sol Miguel-Prendes, “Reimagining Diego de San Pedro’s Readers at Work: Cárcel de Amor”, 7-44.
  • Ramón Morillo-Velarde Pérez, “Forma y función de la fraseología en la poesía cancioneril: el Deçir que fizo Juan Alfonso de Baena”, 45-68.
  • William D. Paden, “The Beloved Lady in Medieval Galician-Portuguese and Occitan Lyric Poetry”, 69-84.
  • Jordi Pardo Pastor, “Anticristo y teología en Arnau de Vilanova: una interpretación a raíz de la Lliçó de Narbona”, 85-99.
  • Antonio Sánchez Jiménez, “Catalan and Occitan Troubadours at the Court of Alfonso VIII”, 101-120.
  • Dayle Seidenspinner-Núñez and Yonsoo Kim, “Historicizing Teresa: Reflections on New Documents Regarding Sor Teresa de Cartagena”, 121-50.
  • Amanda J.A. Tozer, “Tristán, Sosia and Centurio as Burlesque Figures”, 151-70.
  • Galen B. Yorba-Gray, “La caracterización mariana de la providencia en el Laberinto de Fortuna”, 172-90.

Review Article

  • Elizabeth M. Willingham, “Revisiting the Baladro Del Sabio Merlín: Perspectives Introduced by Editors of the Recent Facsimile Edition”, 191-213.

Forum on “Historical Romance Linguistics: The Death of a Discipline?”

  • Martin Maiden, “A Necessary Discipline: Historical Romance Linguistics”, 215-21.

Forum on “The Genre of ‘Sentimental Romance’”

  • Regula Rohland de Langbehn, “Carta Respuesta a 'The Genre of Sentimental Romance”, 223-25.

Reviews

  • Enzo Franchini, Los debates literarios en la Edad Media. Reviewed by Andrew M. Beresford. 227-31.
  • Frank A. Domínguez and George D. Greenia, eds. Castilian Writers, 1400-1500. Reviewed by Enrique Fernández. 232-35.
  • The Latin Chronicle of the Kings of Castile. Ed. and Trans. Joseph F. O'Callaghan. Reviewed by Ryan Giles. 236-38.
  • McInnis, Judy B., Ed. Models in Medieval Iberian Literature and Their Modern Reflections: Convivencia as Structural, Cultural, and Sexual Ideal. Reviewed by Lucas A. Marchante-Aragón. 239-41.
  • Mio Cid Studies: ‘Some Problems of Diplomatic’ Fifty Years On. Eds. Alan Deyermond, David G. Pattison and Eric Southworth. Reviewed by Elizabeth M. Pettinaroli. 242 43.
  • José J. Labrador Herraiz, and Ralph A. Di Franco. Cancionero Manuscrito Mutilado (RAE 5371 bis). Reviewed by Jaime Leaños. 244-47.

Past Editors of La corónica, 249.

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