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  • Agresta, Abigail; Miguel-Prendes, Sol (University of Oregon Libraries, 2024)
    This unit contains a brief introduction and four accounts of the anti-Jewish riot that took place in Valencia on July 9, 1391. During this riot, one of many across Spain in the summer of 1391, a mob attacked the Jewish ...
  • Ekman, Erik (University of Oregon Libraries, 2019)
    A pedagogical edition, with short introduction, notes, and bibliography for further reading, of the section of Alfonso X’s universal history “General estoria’ (ca. 1280) dealing with the figure of Actaeon, hero of Thebes. ...
  • Hamilton, Michelle M. (University of Oregon Libraries, 2021)
    The Danza general de la muerte (Dance of Death) (late 14th-century) is a rhymed dialogue in Castilian in which death personified greets one victim after another. It is the earliest of 3 extant Castilian versions of the ...
  • Montero, Ana M. (University of Oregon Libraries, 2019)
    This bilingual unit (Spanish/English text and translation, with intro and notes in English) contains a brief introduction to the Spanish masterpiece Celestina, or The Tragicomedy of Calisto and Melibea, and a fragment from ...
  • Cossio, Mario; Savo, Anita (University of Oregon Libraries, 2020)
    Don Juan Manuel's Conde Lucanor (ca. 1335) is a frametale or collection of tales contained within another tale. The fictional Count Lucanor's advisor, Patronio, narrates to the Count a series of exemplary tales meant to ...
  • Irish, Maya Soifer (University of Oregon Libraries, 2020)
    This unit contains a brief introduction (English), edition of the original Castilian text with facing English translation and notes, and a short bibliography. The text is the first English translation from the medieval ...
  • Bailey, Matthew (University of Oregon Libraries, 2021)
    The Mocedades de Rodrigo is an epic poem in Castilian that narrates the fictional deeds of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, the young Cid. The prose narrative of his youth first appears in 1295. The unique version in verse is preserved ...
  • Vetterling, Mary-Anne (University of Oregon Libraries, 2019)
    Juan Ruiz may or may not be the author of the Libro de buen amor ('Book of Good Love') (ca. 1335), a confusing miscellany of songs, fables, and first-person misadventures of a priest very much unlucky in love. The English ...
  • Batllosera, Pau Cañigueral (University of Oregon Libraries, 2019)
    Pedagogical edition/translation of María de Zayas y Sotomayor’s story “The Power of Love” from her collection ‘Amorous and Exemplary Novels’ (Zaragoza, 1637). Contains short introduction in English, English translation ...
  • Lledó-Guillem, Vicente (University of Oregon Libraries, 2019)
    This is a pedagogical edition of a section of Ramon Muntaner’s Crònica (Valencia, ca. 1330) relating the events leading up to the so-called ‘Catalan vengeance,’ in which the Catalan company who had been invited by the ...
  • Arbesú, David (University of Oregon Libraries, 2020)
    This unit contains a selection of texts from the Sendebar (1253), one of the most famous and widespread collections of exemplary literature in the Middle Ages, with versions in Arabic, Syriac, Farsi, Greek, Hebrew, and ...
  • Mahoney, Peter (University of Oregon Libraries, 2020)
    Pedagogical edition, with short introduction, notes, and bibliography (in two versions with original text in medieval Castilian and facing translation in English and Modern Spanish) of the ‘Siete Infantes de Lara’ a ...

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