From: Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America 18.2 (1998): 10-13.
Copyright © 1998, The Cervantes Society of America



PUBLICATIONS OF PETER N. DUNN

BOOKS

  1. Castillo Solórzano and the Decline of the Spanish Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 1952.
  2. Calderón de la Barca, El alcalde de Zalamea (critical ed. with introduction and notes) Oxford: Pergamon, 1966. 2nd ed. 1968.
  3. Fernando de Rojas. New York: Twayne, 1975.
  4. The Spanish Picaresque Novel. Boston: Twayne, 1979.
  5. Spanish Picaresque Fiction: A New Literary History. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1993.
  6. Cervantes: Narrative Strategies. With Yvonne Jehenson. (In preparation.)


ARTICLES, PAPERS IN SYMPOSIA

  1. “El individuo y la sociedad en La vida del Buscón.Bulletin Hispanique 52 (1950): 375-96.
  2. “The Horoscope Motif in La vida es sueño.Atlante 1 (1953): 187-201.
  3. “Some Uses of Sonnets in the Plays of Lope de Vega.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 34 (1957): 213-33.
  4. “Honour and the Christian Background in Calderón.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 37 (1960): 75-105.
  5. “Theme and Myth in the Poema de mio Cid.Romania 83 (1962): 348-69.
  6. “Patrimonio del alma.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 41 (1964): 78-85.

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  1. “Themes and Images in the Coplas of Jorge Manrique.” Medium Aevum 33 (1964): 169-83.
  2. “Garcilaso's Ode A la Flor de Gnido. A Commentary on Some Renaissance Themes and Ideas.” Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie 81 (1965): 288-309.
  3. “Honour and the Christian Background in Calderón.” Reprinted in Critical Essays on the Theater of Calderón. Ed. Bruce W. Wardropper. New York: New York University Press, 1965.
  4. “Baroja y Valle-Inclán: la razón de un plagio.” Revista Hispánica Moderna 33 (1967):30-37.
  5. “Levels of Meaning in El poema de mio Cid.Modern Language Notes 85 (1970): 109-19.
  6. “Verdad y verdades en el Libro de Buen Amor.Actas del III Congreso Internacional de Hispanistas, 1968. Mexico: 1970. 315-22.
  7. “De las figuras del Arcipreste.” Libro de Buen Amor Studies. Ed. G. B. Gybbon-Monypenny. London: Tamesis Books, 1970. 79-93.
  8. “Materia la mujer, el hombre forma: On the Development of a Lopean Topos.” Ensayos Hispánicos dedicados a William L. Fichter. Madrid: Castalia, 1971. 189-99.
  9. “Two Classical Myths in Don Quixote.Renaissance and Reformation 9 (1972): 2-10.
  10. “Las novelas ejemplares.” Suma Cervantina. Ed. J. B. Avalle-Arce and E. C. Riley. London: Tamesis Books, 1973. 81-118.
  11. “La Cueva de Montesinos, por fuera y por dentro. Dos claves: estructura épica y fisonomía.” Modern Language Notes 88 (1973) 190-202.
  12. “El príncipe constante: A Theatre of the World.” Studies in the Spanish Golden Age Dedicated to Edward M. Wilson. Ed. R. O. Jones. London: Tamesis Books, 1973. 83-101.
  13. “The Horoscope Motif in La vida es sueño.” Reprinted in The Comedias of Calderón. Facsimile ed. D. W. Cruickshank and J. E. Varey. Critical Studies of Calderón's Comedias. Vol. 19. London: Gregg International, 1973.
  14. “Poema de mio Cid, vv. 23-48: Epic Rhetoric, Legal Formula, and the Question of Dating.” Romania 96 (1975) 255-64.
  15. “La Oda de Garcilaso A la Flor de Gnido.La poesía de Garcilaso. Ed. Elias L. Rivers. Esplugues de Llobregat: Ariel, 1975. (Spanish version of No. 8.)
  16. “Pleberio's World.” PMLA 91 (1976) 406-19.


12 Publications of Peter N. Dunn Cervantes

  1. Rejoinder to Stephen Gilman. PMLA 92 (1977): 131-2.
  2. “A Postscript to La Lozana Andaluza: Life and Poetry.” Romanische Forschungen 88 (1976 [1977]): 355-60.
  3. “The Structures of Didacticism: Private Myth and Public Fictions.” Juan Manuel Studies. Ed. Ian Macpherson. London: Tamesis Books, 1977. 53-67.
  4. “Narrator as Character in the Cárcel de amor.Modern Language Notes 94 (1979): 187-99.
  5. “Problems of a Model for the Picaresque and the Case of Quevedo's Buscón.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 59 (1982): 95-105.
  6. Cervantes De / Reconstructs the Picaresque.” Cervantes 2 (1982): 109-31.
  7. “Irony as Structure in the Drama.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 61.3 (July 1984): 317-25. (Special issue in honor of Alexander A. Parker.)
  8. “Getting Started: Don Quixote and the Reader's Response.” Approaches to Teaching Cervantes's Don Quixote. Ed. Richard Bjornson. New York: MLA, 1984. 77-86.
  9. “Genre Definition and Interplay in Cervantes's Fiction: Introduction.” Cervantes 6 (1986): 5-11. (Introduction to a special issue.)
  10. “On Juan Antonio Marvall, La novela picaresca desde la historia social.Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 66 (1988): 279-82. (Review article.)
  11. “Don Juan Manuel.” Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Vol 6. ACLS and Scribners.
  12. “Cervantes and the Shape of Experience.” Cervantes 5 (1985): 149-61. (Review article on Alban K. Forcione, Cervantes and the Mystery of Lawlessness.)
  13. “The Picaresque Novel: Review and Conclusions.” Upstarts, Wanderers, or Swindlers: Anatomy of the Pícaro. A Critical Anthology. Ed. Gustavo Pellón and Julio Rodríguez-Luis. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1986. 53-65.
  14. “Problems of a Model for the Picaresque and the Case of Quevedo's Buscón.” Upstarts, Wanderers, or Swindlers. 231-43.
  15. “The Pícara: The Rogue Female.” Upstarts, Wanderers, or Swindlers. 245-48.
  16. “Lazarillo de Tormes: The Case of the Purloined Letter.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 22 (1988): 1-14.


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  1. “Reading the Text of Lazarillo de Tormes.Studies in Honor of Bruce W. Wardropper. Ed. Dian Fox, Harry Sieber, and Robert ter Horst. Newark, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 1989. 91-104.
  2. “A Post-Modern Approach to the Spanish Renaissance: Paul Julian Smith on the Literature and Literary Theory of the Golden Age.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 67 (1990): 165-75. (Review article.)
  3. “Picaresque Fiction as a Problem of Genre.” Dispositio 15.39 (1990 [1992]): 1-15.
  4. “Don Juan Manuel: The World as Text.” Modern Language Notes 106 (1991): 223-40.
  5. “Don Quixote Through the Looking Glass.” Cervantes 12 (1992): 5-17.
  6. “Shaping Experience: Narrative Strategies in Cervantes.” Modern Language Notes 109 (1994): 186-203.
  7. “Framing the Story, Framing the Reader: Two Spanish Masters.” Modern Language Review 91 (1996): 94-106.
  8. “Honor.” Guía para el estudio del teatro español del siglo de oro (forthcoming).
  9. “Contested Discourses in Don Quijote I: Paladin's Helmet or Barber's Basin?” Brave New Words. Ed. Edward H. Friedman and Catherine Larson. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 1996. 125-33.


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