Between History and Romance: Travel Writing on Spain in the Early Nineteenth-century United States
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2000 - 281 стор.
Combining biographical data with recent theoretical studies on travel writing, Between History and Romance unravels the conventions, voices, discourses, and gender issues embedded in some American travel texts on Spain produced in the early nineteenth century, and ascertains their cultural work in fostering a romantic representation of that country in the antebellum United States.
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First Impressions Writing from and about Spain in the Colonial and Early National Periods
Toward Romantic Spain Mordecai M Noah George Ticknor and the Allure of a Fallen Empire
The Young American Abroad Alexander Slidell Mackenzie and the Call of Revolutionary Traveling
Between Oriental Past and Ethnographic Present Washington Irving and the Romancing of Tattered Spaniards
Fireside Travel Writing Henry Wadsworth Longfellows Sentimental Pilgrimage across Spain
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Сторінка 18 - Granada, from time to time in the right proportions — they may have changed the names a little since I saw the papers — and serve up a bull-fight when other entertainments fail, it will be true to the letter, and give us as good an idea of the exact state or ruin of things in Spain as the most succinct and...
Сторінка 18 - ... sufficient accuracy. As for Spain, for instance, if you know how to throw in Don Carlos and the Infanta, and Don Pedro and Seville and Granada, from time to time in the right proportions, — they may have changed the names a little since I saw the...