Cambridge History of Spanish Literature, Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Upper Level: 860.9 C144C
Also available in Cambridge Histories Online . Covering a wide range sources, this review of Spanish literature features analysis of works by Cervantes, Calderón and Garcia Lorca, as well as lesser know authors. It charts a full range of literary periods and movements, including the Enlightenment, Romanticism and Modernism.
Cambridge Introduction to Spanish Poetry, Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Upper Level:861.009 W171C
Contemporary Spanish Poetry, Greenwood Press, 1968.
Upper Level: 861.6208 T849C
Selections from ten poets, translated by Eleanor L. Turnbull. With Spanish originals and personal reminiscences of the poets by Pedro Salinas.
The Challenges of Uncertainty: an introduction to seventeenth-century Spanish literature, Rowman & Littlefield, 1998.
Available in the PASCAL Catalog for loan.
Critical Survey of Drama, 2nd rev. ed, Salem Press, 2003.
Main Level, Reference: R 822.009 C869C [8 vols]
A-Z listing by author in Vols 1-7. Contains info on Benavente, Dragun [use index], & Garcia Lorca. Vol 8 has essay on Spanish drama since the the 1600′s and index for all 8 vols.
Critical Survey of Poetry, 2nd rev. ed, Salem Press, 2002.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.1 C869C [7 vols]
Diccionario de Argumentos de la Literatura Universal, Editorial Gredos, 1994.
Main Level, Reference: R 803 F889D
Published in Spanish.
Dictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula, Greenwood Press, 1993.
Main Level, Reference: R 860.03 D561D [2 vols]
Drama Criticism, Gale Research, Inc., 1991-2002 .
Main Level, Reference: R 809.2 D79D [16 vols]
Encyclopedia of Contemporary Spanish Culture, Routledge, 1999.
Main Level, Reference: R 946.082 En19E
Use the index.
European Writers, Scribner, 1983-1991.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.894 Eu74E [14 vols]
v. 1-2. The Middle Ages and the Renaissance: Prudentius to medieval drama. Petrarch to Renaissance short fiction — v. 3-4. The Age of Reason and the Enlightenment: René Descartes to Montesquieu. Voltaire to André Chénier — v. 5-7. The Romantic century: Goethe to Pushkin. Hugo to Fontane. Baudelaire to the well made play — v. 8. Sigmund Freud to Paul Valéry — v. 9. Pío Baroja to Franz Kafka — v. 10. Yevgeny Zamyatin to Pär Lagerkvist — v. 11. Walter Benjamin to Yuri Olesha — v. 12. George Seferis to Yannis Ritsos — v. 13. Jean Anouilh to Milan Kundera — v. 14. Index
European Writers. Selected authors, Scribner, 1992.
Main Level, Reference: R 809.894 Eu72E2 vol 1
Volume 1 includes information on Federico Garcia Lopez.
Hispanic Literature Criticism, Gale Research, c1994.
Main Level, Reference: R H860.9 H625H [2 vols]
Criticism of Spanish and Spanish-American authors’ work.
Hispanic Literature Criticism Supplement, Gale Group, c1999.
Main Level, Reference: R H860.9 H625H suppl [2 vols]
Additional criticism of Spanish and Spanish-American authors’ work.
Hispanic Writers: A Selection of Sketches from Contemporary Authors, Gale Research, c1991.
Main Level, Reference: R H860.9 H625H2
Spanish Poetry of the Twentieth Century: Modernity and Beyond, University Press of Kentucky, c1994.
Upper Level: 861.609 D351S
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Humanities: Documenting Sources [Research and Documentation Online], Bedford/St. Martins, 2003.
Online MLA style manual with guidelines and examples.
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th edition, Modern Language Association, 2009.
Main Level, Reference: R 808.027 M72M [2 copies, Reference Desk & Reference Collection]
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Obras Completas de Federico Garcia Lorca Poetry@Harvard: Spanish Poets
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