Spanish and Portuguese romances of chivalry; the revival of the romance of chivalry in the Spanish peninsula, and its extension and influence abroad, by Henry Thomas. Cambridge, The University Press, 1920.
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Romances of chivalry.
Portuguese fiction -- History and criticism.
Spanish fiction -- History and criticism.
vi, 335 pages 24 cm.
"The following chapters represent, in an extended form, a course of six lectures ... delivered as the Norman MacColl lectures in the University of Cambridge during the Spring of 1917."--Pref.
Bibliography: pages -320.
The romance of chivalry in the Spanish peninsula before the year 1500.--Amadis de Gaula and its continuations.--The Palmerin romances.--Smaller groups and isolated romances.--The prevalence and the decline of the new romances in the Spanish peninsula.--The extension of the new romances on the continent.--The new chivalresque romances in England.--Appendix: Leandro el Bel. Anthony Munday and Lazarus Pyott.
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