IMPERIAL SPAIN 1469 1716

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Imperial Spain 1469 1716

Author : J. H Elliott
ISBN : 9780141925578
Genre : History
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The story of Spain's rise to greatness from its humble beginnings as one of the poorest and most marginal of European countries is a remarkable and dramatic one. With the marriage of Ferdinand & Isabella, the final expulsion of the Moslems and the discovery of America, Spain took on a seemingly unstoppable dynamism that made it into the world's first global power. This amazing success however created many powerful enemies and Elliott's famous book charts the dramatic fall of Habsburg Spain with the same elan as it charts the rise.
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Imperial Spain 1469 1716

Author : John Huxtable Elliott
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173018266330
Genre : Spain
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Category: Spain

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020979222
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Includes entries for maps and atlases.
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Bulletin

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105115504644
Genre : Hispanists
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Myth And Identity In The Epic Of Imperial Spain

Author : Elizabeth B. Davis
ISBN : 0826262155
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The first in-depth analysis of some of the most important epic poems of the Spanish Golden Age, Myth and Identity in the Epic of Imperial Spain breathes new life into five of these long- neglected texts. Elizabeth Davis demonstrates that the epic must not be overlooked, for doing so creates a significant gap in one's ability to appraise not only the cultural practice of the imperial age, but also the purest expression of its ideology. Davis's study focuses on heroic poetry written from 1569 to 1611, including Alonso de Ercilla's La Araucana, undeniably the most significant epic poem of its time. Also included are Diego de Hojeda's La Christiada, Juan Rufo's La Austriada, . Lope de Vega's Jerusalén Conquistada, and Cristóbal de Virués's Historia del Monserrate. Examining these epics as the major site for the construction of cultural identities and Renaissance nationalist myths, Davis analyzes the means by which the epic constructs a Spanish sense of self. Because this sense of identity is not easily susceptible to direct representation, it is often derived in opposition to an "other," which serves to reaffirm Spanish cultural superiority. The Spanish Christian caballeros are almost always pitted against Amerindians, Muslims, Jews, or other adversaries portrayed as backward or heathen for their cultural and ethnic differences. The pro-Castilian elite of sixteenth-century Spain faced the daunting task of constructing unity at home in the process of expansion and conquest abroad, yet ethnic and regional differences in the Iberian Peninsula made the creation of an imperial identity particularly difficult. The epic, as Davis shows, strains to convey the overriding image of a Spain that appears more unified than the Spanish empire ever truly was. An important reexamination of the Golden Age canon, Myth and Identity in the Epic of Imperial Spain brings a new twist to the study of canon formation. While Davis does not ignore more traditional approaches to the literary text, she does apply recent theories, such as deconstruction and feminist criticism, to these poems, resulting in an innovative examination of the material. Confronting such issues as canonicity, gender, the relationship between literature and Golden Age culture, and that between art and power, this publication offers scholars a new perspective for assessing Golden Age and Transatlantic studies.
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Karl V

Author : Otto von Habsburg
ISBN : 3841700632
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Imperial Spain 1469 1716

Author : John Huxtable Elliott
ISBN : UOM:39015066434930
Genre : History
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Subject Catalog

Author : Stanford University. Libraries. J. Henry Meyer Memorial Library
ISBN : UOM:39015023954137
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Access To History Spain 1469 1598 Second Edition

Author : Jill Kilsby
ISBN : 9781471838101
Genre : Study Aids
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Give your students the best chance of success with this tried and tested series, combining in-depth analysis, engaging narrative and accessibility. Access to History is the most popular, trusted and wide-ranging series for A-level History students. This title: - Supports the content and assessment requirements of the 2015 A-level History specifications - Contains authoritative and engaging content - Includes thought-provoking key debates that examine the opposing views and approaches of historians - Provides exam-style questions and guidance for each relevant specification to help students understand how to apply what they have learnt This title is suitable for a variety of courses including: - AQA: Spain in the Age of Discovery 1469-1598 - Edexcel: The Golden Age of Spain, 1474-1598 - OCR: Spain 1469-1556
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