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By Las Casas, Bartolome; Introduction by Pagden, Mr. Anthony; Translated by Griffin, Nigel
Bartolome de las Casas was born in 1474. At the age of 18 he left Spain for the New World, where he became a priest. After years of witnessing the atrocities of Spanish colonial policy he wrote a brief account of the destruction of the Indies in 1542. This is that account.
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Edited by Griffin, Nigel; Griffin, Clive; Colin Thompson, Eric Southworth; By Thompson, Colin; Southworth, Eric
Discusses some of the problems encountered by anglophone students and teachers of literature when they turn to the Golden-Age ballad and offers guidance on how such poems might be read.
By Pring-Mill, Robert; Griffin, Nigel
Dr Pring-Mill is one of the most eminent Calderon scholars. This work demonstrates the development of his critical thinking over the years. It includes his exposition of the critical method for which he coined the term 'analisis tematico-estructural', and his comparison of Calder...on's approach to the different media of auto and comedia.Read more
By Griffin, Nigel
Edited by Griffin, Nigel; Griffin, Clive; Colin Thompson, Eric Southworth; By Taylor, Bruce; Davis, Charles
Contains essays on key aspects of cultural, religious, and intellectual life in early modern Spain. This work addresses historical issues such as: the reform of the Mercedarian Order; Europe and the Turks in Spanish literature; and the subtleties and intrigues of a propaganda cam...paign against the Imperial ambassador to the Vatican.Read more
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