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1825-1829 Zwickau Gebrüder Schumann Werke von Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra H. Müller GER 8 24mo I. Complete Works A410; S762; P53946; RR589 TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a portrait of Cervantes and 14 chapter illustrations (placed as frontispieces) engraved by Johann Friedrich Rosmäsler or Rossmässler. Seven illustrations (vols. II-VIII) about Don Quixote copied after Charles-Antoine Coypel (Paris: Surugue, 1723 and later). Four illus. (vols. IX-XII) about Novelas Ejemplares (La Gitanilla, Rinconete y Cortadillo, La Ilustre Fregona and La Señora Cornelia). Three illus. (vols. XIII-XV) about Persiles y Sigismunda. Vol. XVI with no illus. The illustrations are dated in 1825, 1826 and 1827.
Description: First edition of Complete Works of Cervantes, including besides the Quixote, the Novelas, Persiles y Sigismunda, Galatea, Plays and Numancia, and a "Life of Cervantes" in vol. XVI. 16 tomes in 8 vols. Vols. I-VIII dated in 1825; vols. IX-X in 1826; vols. XI-XV in 1827; and vol. XVI in 1829.
1839-1842 Stuttgart Verlag der J. B. Metzler'schen Buchhandlung Sämmatliche Romane und Novellen Adelbert von Keller; Friedrich Notter GER 6 8vo I. Complete Works TAMU
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Description: 12 vols. in 6. Vols. 1-5: Don Quixote; vols. 6-7: Galatea; vols. 8-10: Novels; vols. 11-12: Persiles and Sigismunda.
1961 Moscow Pravda Sobranie socinenij (Works of Cervantes) N. Liubinov Fedor Viktorovich Kelin RUS 5 8vo I. Complete Works TAMU
Illustrations: Contains (vols. I-II with Don Quixote) a Cervantes's portrait designed and engraved by Dmitry Bisti and 32 chapter illustrations reproducing Gustave Dorè's designs (Paris: Hachette, 1863); (vols. III-V with other Cervantes' works) 38 vignettes designed and engraved by Dmitry Bisti (including an initial with Cervantes' portrait, illustrated title pages, and two-pages headpieces).
Description: Vols. 1-2, Don Quixote, with notes by V. Uzin; vols. 3-4, Exemplary novels, vol. 4 Galatea, Viaje del Parnaso and Plays; vol. 5, Persiles.
1533 (1978) Venecia Antonio de Sabia Los cuatro libros de Amadis de Gaula nuevamente impresos y historiados Garcí Rodríguez de Montalvo SPA 1 4to a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Edition is illustrated with numerous woodcuts.
Description: Facsimile edition; Barcelona: Círculo de Bibliófilo-Biblioteca Nacional, 1978. Limited edition; Cushing´s copy #728 of 1499.
1556 Anvers En casa de Martin Nucio La segunda parte de Orlando, con el verdadero sucesso de la famosa batalla de Roncesualles. . . Nicolas Espinosa SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 36 woodcuts and printers emblem on title page. (see next entry for images).
Description: Second edition of continuation of Ariosto's Orlando furioso, written by Nicolás Espinosa (Zaragoza, 1555). Bound together with second edition of J. Urrea's translation (1558).
1558 Amberes En Casa de la Biuda de Martin Nucio La primera parte de Orlando Furioso.... Ludovico Ariosto Jerónimo de Urrea SPA 1 4to a. Sources Palau 16603 TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated title pages with printer´s emblem and engraved headpieces, one at the start of each canto, engraved initials, and a portrait of Urrea.
Description: Second edition of first translation in Spanish of Ariosto's Orlando, first published in 1549, and now "corregido segunda vez por el mismo". Bound together with second part continuation written by Nicolás Espinosa (Zaragoza, 1555), second edition. Ariosto´s final version was published in 1532 and his Orlando has been recognized as an influential source in the composition of the Quixote.
1585 Toledo A costa de Juan Boyer, por Pero López de Haro Historia de las hazañas y hechos del inuencible Cauallero Bernardo del Carpio Augustin Alonso SPA 1 8vo a. Sources P8254 TAMU
Illustrations: Engraved title page.
Description: First edition. Printed by Pero López de Haro. Epic poem in 32 Cantos, continuing Ariosto's Orlando, about a legendary Spanish knight mentioned by Cervantes in the Quixote five times as chivalric model. Very rare; only copy in USA libraries. Cushing's copy bound in contemporary full vellum, missing pages 4-5 and the colophon.
1612 Madrid Juan de la Cuesta Obras del excelente poeta Garcilasso de la Vega Garcilaso de la Vega Francisco Sánchez SPA 1 8vo small a. Sources P354698 TAMU
Illustrations: Printer´s emblem on title page, "Post tenebras spero lvcem".
Description: Bound together with Dotrina del estoico filosofo Epicteto, que se llama comunmente Enchiridion, traduzido del griego, by Francisco Sánchez (Madrid: Juan de la Cuesta, 1612), first edition. Superlibris of "Biblioteca de Salvá" stamped in gold in both covers, and with the seal of Heredia, bound in green morocco. Very rare; only copy thus. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1662 Amsterdam Juan de Ravenstein Examen de ingenios para las sciencias . . . Juan Huarte de San Juan SPA 1 12mo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Allegorical emblem on title page, "En spectando."
Description: First published in 1575; fourth edition of influential and extremely popular Renaissance treaty on psychology and physiology, an important source for the characterization of the "ingenioso hidalgo".
c1760 Madrid A costa de Don Pedro Joseph Alonso y Padilla Historia de los muy nobles, y valientes cavalleros, Oliveros de Castilla, y Artus de Algarve, y de sus maravillosas, y grandes hazañas Pedro de la Floresta SPA 1 8vo a. Sources P200861 TAMU
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Description: This is a Spanish translation of 15th c. romance Olivier de Castille et Arthus d´Algarbe by Philippe Camus. According to Palau, c1760, and Heredia c1735. It is bound in vellum.
1857 Madrid Biblioteca de Autores Españoles Libros de caballerías Pascual de Gayangos SPA 1 4to large a. Sources TAMU
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Description: It includes an extensive catalogue of Spanish books of chivalry.
1959 Madrid Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas Amadís de Gaula Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo Edwin B. Place SPA 4 4to a. Sources TAMU
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Description: An annotated critical edition of the Amadís de Gaula, principal parodic model of Cervantes's Quixote.
1975 Madrid Espasa-Calpe Espejo de príncipes y cavalleros Daniel Eisenberg SPA 6 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: Published in the Clásicos Castellanos series, 193-198.
1991 Madrid Cátedra Amadís de Gaula Garci Rodríguez de Montalvo Juan Manuel Cacho Blecua SPA 2 8vo small a. Sources EU
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Description: Annotated edition with an extensive critical Introduction and a Bibliography. Letras Hispánicas, 255-256.
1993 Madrid Cátedra Textos medievales de caballerías José María Viña Liste SPA 1 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: Colección Letras Hispánicas, 373. An Anthology of prose medieval writings with an Introduction and including chivalric texts in Spanish, from El cavallero Cifar to El conde Partinuples.
1995 Newark, DE Juan de la Cuesta Clarián de Landanís. An early Spanish book of chivalry Gabriel Velázquez de Castillo Gunnar Anderson SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First published in Toledo, 1518, likely known by Cervantes and parodied in I.4 (Andresillo´s episode).
1997 (1599) Alcalá de Henares Centro de Estudios Cervantinos Flor de caballerías Francisco Barahona José Manuel Lucía Megías SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: Manuscript book that first appeared in Granada, 1599. Number two in the series "Libros de Rocinante," edited by Carlos Alvar and J.M. Lucía Megías.
1997 (1533) Alcalá de Henares Centro de Estudios Cervantinos Platir Ma. Carmen Marín Pina SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First published in Valladolid, 1533. Number I in the series "Libros de Rocinante," edited by Carlos Alvar and J.M. Lucía Megías.
1998 (1556) Alcalá de Henares Centro de Estudios Cervantinos Felixmarte de Hircania Melchor de Ortega María del Rosario Aguilar Pardomo SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First published in Valladolid, 1556. It is number four in the series "Los libros de Rocinante" edited by Carlos Alvar and J.M. Lucía Megías.
1998 (1512) Alcalá de Henares Centro de Estudios Cervantinos Primaleón M. Carmen Marín Pina SPA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First published in Salamanca, 1512. Number 3 in the series "Libros de Rocinante," ed. by Carlos Alvar and J.M. Lucía Megías.
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