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Fri Mar 21 17:14:42 2014 UTClccn-n500497920.25The Florida adventures of Kirk Munroe : narrative and biographical /0.621.00George Alexander Kennedy papers,70119415Irving_A._Leonardn 5004979284821Leonard, IrvingLeonard, Irving, 1896-Leonard, Irving A.Leonard, Irving A. (Irving Albert), 1896-Leonard, Irving AlbertLeonard, Irving Albert 1896-Leonard, Irving Albert, 1896-1996lccn-n50025907Sigüenza y Góngora, Carlos de1645-1700lccn-no98089009Spaulding, Robert K.(Robert Kilburn)1898-1991edtlccn-n88092651Vargas, Diego de1643-1704lccn-n80001380Benavente, Jacinto1866-1954lccn-n91123857Bryant, William C.edtlccn-n2005037954Jay I. Kislak Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79125351John Carter Brown Libraryviaf-165242269Bryant, William G.lccn-n79095270American Council of Learned Societiesnp-bryant, william cBryant, William C.edtLeonard, Irving A.(Irving Albert)1896-1996HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcSourcesBibliographyBiographyLatin AmericaAmericaBook industries and tradeIntellectual lifeMexicoDiscovery and exploration, SpanishManners and customsDiscoveries in geographySpanish literature--Classical periodBooks and readingTravelNew MexicoFloridaIndians of North AmericaPueblo IndiansVargas, Diego de,Florida--PensacolaSigüenza y Góngora, Carlos de,Spanish dramaSocial historyCivilizationLatin American literatureLiterature and historySpanish fictionChivalryHaitiConquest of Mexico (1519-1540)Spanish languageArts, Latin AmericanAuthors, AmericanMunroe, Kirk,Mexico--Mexico CityProhibited booksSpainGulf of Mexico--Pensacola BayReal y Pontificia Universidad de MéxicoSpanish language--GrammarSpanish language--Composition and exercisesLeonard, Irving A.--(Irving Albert),Lo, Ruth EarnshawUniversities and colleges--FacultyHall, Robert B.--(Robert Burnett),Graves, MortimerField, Frederick V.--(Frederick Vanderbilt),Yale University.--Department of HistoryChinese literatureCousins, NormanBuck, Pearl S.--(Pearl Sydenstricker),Yale UniversityAsia1896199619201926192719281929193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194719491951195219531954195519561959196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619901992199319951996200620087865147492917.2Z490ocn001723692ocn006713670ocn000233014ocn001061580ocn001293624ocn576096908ocn614702849ocn576868357ocn249216668ocn596718996ocn000280955ocn077747168ocn439025254ocn651271558ocn654627011ocn313198941ocn254058837ocn006432908ocn802995868ocn760633957178433ocn044957031book19490.50Leonard, Irving ABooks of the brave being an account of books and of men in the Spanish Conquest and settlement of the sixteenth-century New WorldHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Since its original publication in 1949, Irving A. Leonard's pioneering Books of the Brave has endured as the classic account of the introduction of literary culture to Spain's New World. Leonard's study documents the works of fiction that accompanied and followed the conquistadores to the Americas and goes on to argue that popular texts influenced these men and shaped the way they thought and wrote about their New World experiences. Leonard contends, for example, that a chivalric tale reviving legends of Amazon women inspired Spanish adventurers to search the continent for the warrior women and their city of gold." "For the first time in English, this edition combines Leonard's text with a selection of the documents that were his most valuable sources - nine lists of books destined for the Indies. Containing a wealth of information that is sure to spark future study, these lists provide the documentary evidence for what is perhaps Leonard's greatest contribution: his demonstration that royal and inquisitorial prohibitions failed to control the circulation of books and ideas in colonial Spanish America." "Rolena Adorno's introduction signals the lasting value of Books of the Brave and brings the reader up to date on developments in cultural-historical studies that have shed light on the role of books in Spanish American colonial culture. In her critical analysis of the notions that inform Leonard's work, Adorno situates Books of the Brave at the threshold between older, triumphalist views of Spanish conquest history and more recent perspectives engendered by studies of native American peoples." "With its rich descriptions of the book trade in both Spain and America - descriptions that have not been superseded by more recent scholarship - Books of the Brave has much to offer historians as well as literary critics. Indeed, it is a highly readable and engaging book for anyone interested in the cultural life of the New World."--BOOK JACKET+-+5163255705134529ocn000484054book19590.53Leonard, Irving ABaroque times in old Mexico; seventeenth-century persons, places, and practicesHistory+-+056615729532477213ocn000348844book19720.56Leonard, Irving AColonial travelers in Latin America4329ocn000280955book19320.66Sigüenza y Góngora, Carlos deThe mercurio volante of Don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora; an account of the first expedition of Don Diego de Vargas into New Mexico in 1692History42111ocn004044161book19390.59Leonard, Irving ASpanish approach to Pensacola, 1689-1693HistorySources"That the twenty-one documents selected and translated in this volume, together with the historical introduction, tell adequately the story of the Spanish approach to Pensacola from the original proposal to the conclusion of the preliminary surveys without the omission of any essentials"--P. xiii3609ocn001723692book19330.59Benavente, JacintoLos malhechores del bien25318ocn002177345book19290.81Leonard, Irving ADon Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora : a Mexican savant of the seventeenth centuryHistoryBiographySources22024ocn004691720book19530.76Leonard, Irving ALos libros del conquistadorHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K2249163142096ocn017948025book19860.76Leonard, Irving APortraits and essays : historical and literary sketches of early Spanish AmericaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K98338184519816ocn001647713book19330.90Leonard, Irving ARomances of chivalry in the Spanish Indies1877ocn012206805book19840.86Sigüenza y Góngora, Carlos deSeis obrasHistory13922ocn001971484book19740.59Leonard, Irving ALa época barroca en el México colonialHistory+-+52287163141324ocn003230930book19770.90Michigan State UniversityHomage to Irving A. Leonard : essays on Hispanic art, history, and literature12513ocn001463089book19290.95Leonard, Irving AEnsayo bibliografico de Don Carlos de Sigüenza y GongoraBibliography1116ocn006713670book19350.86Vega, Lope deEl desdén vengado953ocn000233014book19370.93Peralta Barnuevo, Pedro deObras dramáticas681ocn003103701book19750.25Munroe, KirkThe Florida adventures of Kirk Munroe : narrative and biographicalBiographyBibliography6612ocn001061580book19320.97Sigüenza y Góngora, Carlos deAlboroto y motín de México del 8 de junio de 1692History654ocn023139789book19630.96Sigüenza y Góngora, Carlos deDocumentos inéditos de don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora : La Real Universidad de México y don Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora [y] El reconocimiento de la Bahía de Santa María de GalveHistory607ocn001827678book19450.73Spaulding, Robert KSpanish review grammar21ocn029608859serial0.92Juan de la Cuesta Hispanic monographs11ocn702166681mix1.00Kennedy, George AGeorge Alexander Kennedy papersThe papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, notes, drafts of articles, bibliographies, clippings and printed articles and reviews by others. The material all relates to Chinese literature. Principal correspondents include John DeFrancis, Robert B. Hall, James R. Ware, Pearl S. Buck, John Hersey and Norman Cousins+-+0566157295324+-+0566157295324Fri Mar 21 15:38:33 EDT 2014batch22818