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Thu Oct 16 18:01:59 2014 UTClccn-n811457250.00Robles Pazos (Jose) Papers,0.751.00José Robles Pazos papers,71528210Antonio_Solalinden 81145725690497Garcia, António Alberto TorresGarcía Solalinde, Antonio.García Solalinde, Antonio 1892-1937Solalinde, A. G.Solalinde, A. G. 1892-1937Solalinde, A. G. (Antonio García), 1892-1937Solalinde, Antonio G.Solalinde Antonio GarciaSolalinde, Antonio García 1892-1937lccn-n80010185AlfonsoXKing of Castile and Leon1221-1284lccn-n79079198Berceo, Gonzalo deactive 13th centurylccn-n50043642MaryBlessed Virgin, Saintlccn-n81135026Centro de Estudios Históricos (Spain)lccn-n50045233Rey, Agapito1892-1987lccn-n81043056Villalón, Cristóbal deactive 16th centurylccn-n79100233Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de1547-1616lccn-n79059487Savi Lopez, Paolo1876-1919lccn-n85301406Corfis, Ivy A.lccn-no96046987Oelschläger, Victor Rudolf BernhardtSolalinde, Antonio G.(Antonio García)1892-1937FictionPicaresque literatureRomancesPoetryCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryAdventure storiesBibliographySourcesJuvenile worksKnights and knighthoodSpainManners and customsDon Quixote (Fictitious character)Don Quixote (Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de)Mary,--Blessed Virgin, SaintSpanish literatureReligious poetry, SpanishSpanish fictionAdventure storiesPicaresque literatureTravelTurkeyCervantes Saavedra, Miguel de,Spanish languageSpanish poetryHistory, AncientSpanish fiction--Classical periodBallads, SpanishLiteratureMilagros de Nuestra Señora (Berceo, Gonzalo de)Panza, Sancho (Fictitious character)Turkey--Troy (Extinct city)World historySpanish literature--Classical periodChivalryCastro, Américo,Miracles of the Blessed Virgin MaryIllumination of books and manuscriptsAlfonso--X,--King of Castile and Leon,Pellicer y Pilares, Juan Antonio,FictionSolalinde, Antonio G.--(Antonio García),Hearn, Lafcadio,Spanish literature--Translations into EnglishPoetryChildren's literature, SpanishPicaresque literature, SpanishComic books, strips, etcStudy skillsReading comprehensionHigh interest-low vocabulary booksReaders (Adult)Poetry, MedievalQuests (Expeditions)Poppenberg, Felix,Folk songs, SpanishJarvis, Charles,Middle AgesJewish Christians--Early church189219371900191319161917191819191920192219241925193019341940194119421943194419461947195119521955195719581960196119631964196519661968196919701972197319771978198019841987300447204863.3PQ6323ocn005869160ocn001143898ocn002101128ocn008671092ocn002546623ocn004712775ocn005034248ocn004734519ocn003587781ocn005068779ocn002613217ocn628133394ocn651394411ocn651377052ocn760520491ocn803120044ocn44322224070423ocn020200052book19220.74Berceo, Gonzalo deMilagros de Nuestra SeñoraBiographyFictionPoetryMiracle tales, in which people are rewarded for piety or punished for sin through the intervention of the Virgin Mary, were a popular literary form throughout the Middle Ages. Milagros Nuestra Senora, a collection of such stories by the Spanish secular priest Gonzalo de Berceo, is not only a premier example of this genre but is also widely regarded as one of the four most important texts of medieval Spain. These miracle tales use the verse form cuaderna via (fourfold way) of fully rhymed quatrains--which Berceo may even have invented--and are told in the language of the common man. They were written to be read aloud, most likely to an audience of pilgrims, and are an outstanding example of oral religious narrative. The total work comprises twenty-five miracles, preceded by a renowned introduction that celebrates the Virgin in rich symbolic allegory48221ocn001143898book19410.66AlfonsoAntología de Alfonso X el Sabio33826ocn002867810book19000.74Solalinde, Antonio GCien romances escogidos30513ocn004118604book19300.86AlfonsoGeneral estoriaGeneral estoria / Alfonso X El Sabio. - v. 42009ocn002659715book19220.77Berceo, Gonzalo deBerceo18417ocn001961480book19190.39Villalón, Cristóbal deViaje de Turquía17810ocn000853675book19410.88Rey, AgapitoEnsayo de una bibliografía de las leyendas troyanas en la literatura españolaBibliography1415ocn002613217book19170.92Savi Lopez, PaoloCervantesCriticism, interpretation, etc12012ocn002630823book18760.84Ibn al-MuqaffaʻCalila y Dimna, fábulas; antigua version castellana1186ocn005869160book19200.88AlfonsoAlfonso X, el Sabio1102ocn018631372book19870.93Solalinde, Antonio GPoemas breves medievalesCriticism, interpretation, etc146ocn458436136book19130.94Berceo, Gonzalo deEl sacrificio de la misa117ocn805696080book19550.79AlfonsoPrimera crónica general de España que mandó componer Alfonso el Sabio y se continuaba bajo Sancho IV en 1289HistorySources112ocn697902706com19170.56Bdp'Calila y Dimna fabulas: antigua version Castellana101ocn015688618book0.59Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deEl ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la ManchaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyBibliographyFictionPortraitsIllustrationsPictorial worksPicaresque literature"Don Quixote has become so entranced by reading chivalry romances that he determines to turn knight-errant himself. In the company of his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, these exploits blossom in all sorts of wonderful ways. While Quixote's fancy often leads him astray - he tilts at windmills, imagining them to be giants - Sancho acquires cunning and a certain sagacity. Sane madman and wise fool, they roam the world together - and together they have haunted readers' imaginations for nearly four hundred years." "With its experimental form and literary playfulness, Don Quixote has been generally recognized as the first modern novel. The book has been enormously influential on a host of writers, from Fielding and Sterne to Flaubert, Dickens, Melville, and Faulkner, who reread it once a year, "just as some people read the Bible." This Penguin Classics edition includes John Rutherford's new translation, which does full justice to the energy and wit of Cervantes's prose, as well as a new critical introduction by Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria."--BOOK JACKET91ocn008552352book19800.26Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel deDon QuixoteHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksCaricatures and cartoonsBibliographyComic books, strips, etcFictionRomancesIllustrationsDramaAdventure storiesGraphic novelsPicaresque literatureYoung adult works"Widely regarded as the world's first modern novel, and one of the funniest and most tragic books ever written, Don Quixote chronicles the famous picaresque adventures of the noble knight-errant Don Quixote of La Mancha and his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, as they travel through sixteenth-century Spain."--BOOK JACKET62ocn011308937book19240.97García Solalinde, AntonioLa primera versión española de El purgatorio de San Patricio y la difusión de esta leyenda en EspañaLegends63ocn490072407book19570.86AlfonsoGeneral estoria51ocn495463117book19300.96AlfonsoGeneral estoria42ocn079935060book19180.92Russian S.F.S.RLegislación bolchevista : leyes y decretos promulgados por el gobierno de los soviets51ocn021569700book19510.95Antonio G. Solalinde memorial issueCriticism, interpretation, etc22ocn477254001book19220.88AlfonsoAlfonso X, el Sabio11ocn049302269book1.00Robles Pazos, JoséJosé Robles Pazos papersHistoryArchivesSourcesThe collection relates the plight of Robles's family after his arrest. Included is correspondence of John Dos Passos regarding Robles's arrest and execution. It is thought that Dos Passos's disillusionment with Communism began with the Robles case. The collection consists of correspondence, a contract for Spanish translations of 13 books by H.L. Mencken, and 2 life insurance policies01ocn122372770mixRobles Pazos, JoséRobles Pazos (Jose) PapersThe collection relates the plight of Robles's family after his arrest. Included is correspondence of John Dos Passos regarding Robles's arrest and execution. It is thought that Dos Passos's disillusionment with Communism began with the Robles case. The collection consists of correspondence, a contract for Spanish translations of 13 books by H.L. Mencken, and 2 life insurance policiesThu Oct 16 15:06:46 EDT 2014batch19180