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Mysticism and carnival in 'Don Quijote' I, 19-20.(Hispanic Issue)
March 1, 1995... On paper, it seems almost too good to be true. An encounter between Don Quijote de la Mancha and San Juan de la Cruz. Two great "madmen" of their age, two combative and misunderstood reformers, two great emblems of love, meeting by coincidence on the same road.... I am referring, of course,...
"This is not a prologue": paradoxes of historical and poetic discourse in the prologue of 'Don Quixote,' part 1.(Hispanic Issue)
March 1, 1995... I In his essay about both prologues to Don Quixote, Americo Castro was surely right to observe: En realidad se trata de epilogos, redactados despues de conclusa la obra; y no precisamente porque los prologos suelan escribirse "a posterior)," sino porque en este cave...
The worth of Werther: Goethe's literary marketing. (novel)(German Issue: Minor Forms)
April 1, 1995... JULIET 'Tis but thy name that is my enemy; Thou art thyself, though not a Montague. What's Montague? It is nor hand nor foot. Nor arm nor face nor any other part Belonging to a man. O be some other name! What's in a name? (. . .) ROMEO I take thee at thy word: Call me but love, and...
A minor form and its inversions: the image, the poem, the book in Celan's "Unter ein Bild." (Paul Celan)(German Issue: Minor Forms)
April 1, 1995... There is perhaps no form more minor in today's culture of literacy than that of the lyric poem. In our mass culture the lyrics of popular music have absorbed all sense and status of "the lyric," while graffiti are more regularly and widely read than any printed poems. In our university...
Contraction (Benjamin, reading, history).(German Issue: Minor Forms)
April 1, 1995...  Aphorisms, apothegms, annotations, maxims, minutes, memoranda, enigmas, reflections, paragrams, and pensees . . . however structurally diverse or thematically different, rhetorically contrary or stylistically unlike, every minor form and deformation, not primarily narrative in nature, has...