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Through the Shattering Glass

Cervantes and the Self-Made World

1992
Authors:

Nicholas Spadaccini and Jenaro Talens

Through the Shattering Glass

“Offers an important new approach to Cervantes’s works, which have been studied in toto by relatively few critics.” --Edward Friedman

“Offers an important new approach to Cervantes’s works, which have been studied in toto by relatively few critics.” --Edward Friedman

“By considering the dialectical nature of Cervantes’ work as a whole, Spadaccini and Talens broaden our understanding of the uniqueness of his art. . . . Through the Shattering Glass is a welcome and highly significant contribution to Cervantine scholarship.” Hispania

“By considering the dialectical nature of Cervantes’ work as a whole, Spadaccini and Talens broaden our understanding of the uniqueness of his art. . . . Through the Shattering Glass is a welcome and highly significant contribution to Cervantine scholarship.” Hispania

“Offers an important new approach to Cervantes’s works, which have been studied in toto by relatively few critics.”
Edward Friedman

Through the Shattering Glass

“By considering the dialectical nature of Cervantes’ work as a whole, Spadaccini and Talens broaden our understanding of the uniqueness of his art. . . . Through the Shattering Glass is a welcome and highly significant contribution to Cervantine scholarship.” Hispania

“Offers an important new approach to Cervantes’s works, which have been studied in toto by relatively few critics. . . . Indeed, it could emerge as the standard text in the field.” Edward Friedman, Indiana University

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