A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian Peninsula

Volume I

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| Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
| Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
| Universidad de Santiago de Compostela
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A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian Peninsula is the second comparative history of a new subseries with a regional focus, published by the Coordinating Committee of the International Comparative Literature Association. As its predecessor for East-Central Europe, this two-volume history distances itself from traditional histories built around periods and movements, and explores, from a comparative viewpoint, a space considered to be a powerful symbol of inter-literary relations. Both the geographical pertinence and its symbolic condition are obviously discussed, when not even contested.

Written by an international team of researchers who are specialists in the field, this history is the first attempt at applying a comparative approach to the plurilingual and multicultural literatures in the Iberian Peninsula. The aim of comprehensiveness is abandoned in favor of a diverse and extensive array of key issues for a comparative agenda.

A Comparative History of Literatures in the Iberian Peninsula undermines the primacy claimed for national and linguistic boundaries, and provides a geo-cultural account of literary inter-systems which cannot otherwise be explained.

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Table of Contents
Editor's Preface
ix–xii
Section I. Discourses on Iberian literary history
The European horizon of Peninsular literary historiographical discourses
Fernando Cabo Aseguinolaza
1–52
Historiography and the geo-literary imaginary: The Iberian Peninsula: Between Lebensraum and espace vécu
César Domínguez
53–132
Section II. The Iberian Peninsula as a literary space
Introduction: The Iberian Peninsula as a literary space
Sharon Feldman
133–137
Identitarian projections: Between isolationism and reintegrationism
The hidden history of tripartite Iberianism
Thomas Harrington
138–162
On Lusism and Lusofonia: From identitarian reinforcement to the mapping of difference
Laura Cavalcante Padilha
163–182
Travel writing
Luis Fernández Cifuentes
183–210
Cities, cultural centers and enclaves
Empires waxing and waning: Castile, Spain and American exceptionalism
Michael Ugarte
211–221
Bilbao and the literary system in the Basque Country
Jon Kortazar
222–236
Contemporary Catalan literature: Fact or friction?
Dominic Keown and Jordi Larios
237–252
Literary and cultural production centers in Galicia (1840–1936)
Anxo Tarrío Varela
253–267
Cities, cultural centers, and peripheries
From Iberia to Africa: The construction of a literary city
Inocência Mata
268–277
Southern Spain
Lee Fontanella
278–289
The Canaries: Between mythical space and global drift
Bertrand Westphal
290–308
Insulated voices looking for the world: Narratives from Atlantic Islands (Cabral do Nascimento, João Varela, and João de Melo)
Ana Salgueiro Rodrigues
309–323
Section III. The multilingual literary space of the Iberian Peninsula
Introduction: Multilingualism and literature in the Iberian Peninsula
Ángel López García
325–332
Bilingualism and Diglossia in Medieval Iberia (350–1350)
Roger Wright
333–350
The impact of Arabic diglossia among the Muslims, Jews and Christians of al-Andalus
María Ángeles Gallego
351–365
The Jewish Literature in Medieval Iberia
Mariano Gómez-Aranda
366–385
The Latin language, a European linguistic continuum : The Hispanic-Portuguese contribution.
José María Estellés González and F. Jorge Pérez y Durà
386–395
Galician-Portuguese as a literary language in the Middle Ages
Graça Videira Lopes
396–412
Castilian and Portuguese in the sixteenth century
Ángel Marcos de Dios
413–428
Literary language and diatopic variation: Catalan literary cultures
Vicent Salvador
429–444
Basque as a literary language
Karmele Rotaetxe
445–455
Ideology and image of Peninsular languages in Spanish literature
Fernando Romo Feito
456–473
Section IV. Dimensions of orality
Introduction to Dimensions of orality
Paloma Díaz-Mas
475–477
Comparativism and orality: Critical approaches to the ballads of La boda estorbada (The thwarted marriage)
Paloma Díaz-Mas
478–501
Epic and ballad in the Hispanic tradition
Samuel G. Armistead
502–509
The traditional Iberian lyric of the Middle Ages and the Golden Age: A comparative view
Margit Frenk
510–535
Linguistic borders and oral transmission
José Luis Forneiro
536–552
Iberian traditions of international folktale
José Manuel Pedrosa
553–561
Literature and new forms of orality: Invisible realities
Luis Díaz G. Viana
562–573
Section V. Temporal frames and literary (inter-)systems
Introduction: Temporal frames and literary (inter-)systems
Fernando Gómez Redondo
575–581
Building a literary model: Prose in the court of Alfonso X (1252–84)
Fernando Gómez Redondo
582–594
Literature at the crossroads of politics: Spain and Portugal, 1580
Tobias Brandenberger
595–600

The court of the Catholic Monarchs (1474–1504), or the break in the equilibrium among Peninsular languages

Víctor de Lama de la Cruz
601–613
Theatrical repertoire models in Portugal: Conflict and circulation (1737–93)
Raquel Bello Vázquez
614–629
The Spanish literary system in the nineteenth century
Leonardo Romero Tobar
630–640
The dialogue of Iberian literary nationalisms
José-Carlos Mainer
641–652

The shifting systems for literary creation in the novel during the transition and democracy (1975–82)

Randolph D. Pope
653–664
References
665–725
Index
727–750
“Im Vergleich zu den herkömmlichen nationalsprachlich orientierten Literaturgeschichten ergibt sich ein messbarer Erkenntniszugewinn. Allein aus diesem Grunde ist der vorliegende Band der CHLIP nur zu begrüß en und man kann gespannt seiner Vervollständigung im zweiten Band entgegensehen.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: DSA – Literary theory
BISAC Subject: LIT004280 – LITERARY CRITICISM / European / Spanish & Portuguese
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