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Cervantes, the novel, and the new world

Author: Diana de Armas Wilson
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
Series: Oxford Hispanic studies.
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Moving beyond an inventory of Cervantes's references to the Indies - to Mexico and Peru, cannibals and tobacco, parrots and alligators - this study interprets his novels as a transatlantic, cross-cultural, and multi-linguistic achievement.
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Wilson, Diana de Armas, 1934-
Cervantes, the novel, and the new world.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000
(DLC) 2001267036
Named Person: Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra; Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Diana de Armas Wilson
ISBN: 1280766018 9781280766015
OCLC Number: 252648472
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 254 pages).
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. THE AMERICANIST CERVANTES --
1. New World 'Vassals' --
2. Chronicles of the Indies --
3. From Inventory to Interpretation --
4. Imitation, Influence, Intertextuality P --
5. 'Patience in Adversity' --
6. Passage to the Indies --
2. THE NOVEL ABOUT THE NOVEL --
1. Stepfathers and Sons --
2. 'I am the first to have novelized' --
3. The Anglo-American Cervantes --
4. Romance versus Novel --
5. The Graeco-Latin Offensive --
6. The Multiple Rises of the Novel --
7. The Rise of the Cervantine Novel --
3. THE NOVEL AS 'MOLETTA': CERVANTES --
AND DEFOE --
1. Coleridgean Germs --
2. Crusoe's Hispanicity --
3. 'Imperial Mimesis' --
4. Ritual Cannibalism in Cervantes --
5. Gustatory Cannibalism in Defoe --
6. 'Sphanished' Empires --
4. SOME VERSIONS OF HYBRIDITY: --
CACAO AND POTOSI --
1. Hybridity, Transculturation, Heterogeneity / --
2. Hybridity in the Graeco-Latin Novel --
3. Importing cacao --
4. Mining Potosi --
5. Hybridity in Don Quixote --
6. Hybridity in the Persiles --
7. Hybridity as Heresy --
5. 'SCORPION OIL': THE BOOKS OF CHIVALRY --
1. The'Enchanted' Conquistadores --
2. The 'Quixotic' Conquistadores --
3. Remembering the Amadis --
4. Fear of Lying --
5. Books and their Pathologies --
6. Orellana and the New World Amazons --
7. The Mimic Man --
8. Generic Cleansing --
6. ISLANDS IN THE MIND: UTOPOGRAPHY --
1. Utopias, Eutopias, Dystopias, Heterotopias --
2. Colonial Utopias --
3. Utopianism on Trial --
4. Englished Iberian Explorers --
5. The Baratarian Dystopia --
6. Islands in the Sun --
7. 'Old and Maimed Soldiers' --
7. JEWELS IN THE CROWN: THE COLONIAL --
WAR EPIC --
1. Strange Encounters --
2. 'The Chilean Aeneid' --
3. Questions of Truth --
4. Sans6n's Citations --
5. Shared Topoi --
6. Bravehearts and Barbarians --
8. REMEMBRANCE OF THINGS LOST: ETHNOHISTORY --
1. Questions of Influence --
2. Shared Histories --
3. 'The Herodotus of the Incas' --
4. 'Translating' Tahuantinsuyu --
5. Cervantes's 'Savage Page' --
6. 'Non sufficit orbis' --
CONCLUSION: WOMEN IN TRANSLATION: --
TRANSILA AND LA MALINCHE --
Bibliography --
Index.
Series Title: Oxford Hispanic studies.
Responsibility: Diana de Armas Wilson.

Abstract:

Moving beyond an inventory of Cervantes's references to the Indies - to Mexico and Peru, cannibals and tobacco, parrots and alligators - this study interprets his novels as a transatlantic, cross-cultural, and multi-linguistic achievement.

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