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1776-C Oxford Jackson and Lister The Lusiad, or, the Discovery of India Luis Camoens ENG 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First edition, Lisboa 1572. Part of The Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth E. Mason Cervantes Collection donated by Malinda Collison Wolter.
1803 London T.N. Longman and Co. Amadis of Gaul Vasco Lobeyra ENG 1 8vo small a. Sources EU
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Description: In 4 vols., Cushing has vol. 3 only.
1924-C London; New York Constable; A.A. Knopf The Rogue, or The LIfe of Guzman de Alfarache Mateo Aleman James Mabbe ENG 4 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: Tudor Translations, edition limited to 1025 copies. Part of Thomas F. Collison and Elizabeth E. Manson Cervantes Collection donated by Malinda Collison Wolter.
1974 Ann Arbor, Michigan University Microfilms International El cavallero del cisne: a Critical Edition C. Bruce Fitch ENG 1 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: A doctoral dissertation completed at the University of Kentucky, 1974. The text is in Spanish.
1975 Ann Arbor, Michigan University Microfilms International Cironglio de Tracia: An Edition with an Introductory Study James Ray Green Jr. ENG 2 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: A doctoral dissertation completed at The Johns Hopkins University, 1974. Text in Spanish.
1975 Ann Arbor, Michigan University Microfilms International An Annotated Edition of a Sixteenth-Century Novel of Chivalry: Damasio de Frías y Balboa´s Lidamarte de Armenia, with an Introductory Study Mary Lee Cozad ENG 2 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: A doctoral dissertation completed at the University of California at Berkeley, 1975. Text in Spanish.
1976 Ann Arbor, Michigan University Microfilms International A Critical Edition of Las Sergas de Esplandián Dennis G. Nazak ENG 2 8vo a. Sources EU
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Description: A doctoral dissertation completed at Northwestern University, 1976. It is based on the earliest edition (Toledo, 1521) of the only known copy at the Mazarine Library in Paris. Text in Spanish.
1995 Newark, DE Juan de la Cuesta The Chivalric Vision of Alfonso de Cartagena: Study and Edition of the 'Doctrinal de los caualleros' Noel Fallows ENG 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: 15th century Spanish chivalric manual.
1904 New York Hispanic Society of America Tirant lo Blanc Joanot Martorell CAT 1 4to a. Sources TAMU
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Description: Facsimile edition of early chivalric story first published in Valencia (1490), and praised in the Quixote for his realism: "I swear to you, my friend, it's the best book of its kind in the world." Rpt. of 1967 first edition.
1573 Anvers Guillaume Silvius, Imprimeur du Roy Le Premier Livre d'Amadis de Gavle (Le Second, Troisième, Quatrième) Garcí Rodríguez de Montalvo Nicholas de Herberay FRE 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated with 29 vignetted woodcuts of excellent quality, some as chapter headpieces.
Description: The first four books of Amadis de Gaule in one volume, translated into French and first published in 1540-1543. The Amadís de Gaula appeared in Spain in the 14th century and was revised and expanded by Montalvo into four books in 1508; Amadís served as the principal parodic model for Cervantes´ Don Quixote. Bound in modern vellum with ties.
1554 Venetia Michele Tramezzino Il Cavallier Flortir, La Historia, dove si ragiona de i ualorosi, & gran gesti, & amori del Cauallier Flortir con altre varie aventure de molti nobili & ualorosi Cauallieri ITA 1 16vo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Frontispiece representing Sybil, seated and reading, with the motto "Qual più fermo è il mio foglio è il mio presagio."
Description: First edition. Italian sequel to the Spanish chivalric book Platir (Valladolid, 1533) from the Palmerín cycle, and parodied by Cervantes in the Quixote (Part I, Chap. 4). Platir became very popular in Italy, where a second part was published in 1560. Cushing´s copy bound in 18th century vellum.
1560 Vinegia Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari Il Petrarca. Nvovamente revisto, et ricorretto da M. Lodovico Dolce. Con alcvni dottissimi auertimenti di M. Giulio Camillo ITA 1 12mo a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Portrait of Petrarca and illustrated with six engraved vignettes, one per "Trionfo".
Description: Rare edition in one volume of Petrarca's poetry: Sonetti e Canzoni and Trionfi, with a "Vita de Petrarca" at front. Bound with the Annotations by Giulio Camillo, with separate title page dated 1557, plus Tables and Indexes. Acquired with the support of the Lynn Holleran and Chuck Bowman Cervantes Endowment.
1587 Fiorenza Filippo e Iacopo Giunti, e fratelli De gli inventori delle cose. Libri Otto Polidoro Virgilio da Urbino Francesco Baldelli ITA 1 8vo a. Sources TAMU
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Description: First edition of Italian translation of Polidoro's De rerum inventoribus (Venecia, 1499). Popular encyclopedic work parodied by Cervantes in the Quixote.
1778 Londra Si vende in Livorno Presso Gio. Tom. Masi é Comp. Il Pastor Fido Giovan Battista Guarini ITA 1 8vo small a. Sources TAMU
Illustrations: Contains a frontispiece portrait of Guarini by I. Lapi dated 1778, an illustrated title page, and four plates by G.L. engraved by Lapi.
Description: Famous Renaissance pastoral tale, translated into Spanish by Cristóbal de Figueroa, well known by Cervantes and mentioned in the Quixote, Part II.
1786 Lisboa Simaõ Thaddeo Ferreira Cronica de Palmeirim de Inglaterra: primera e segunda parte Francisco de Moraes POR 3 4to a. Sources Brunet IV, co. 334. TAMU
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Description: Text after Lisboa 1592 edition. At end of vol. III it includes Diálogos de Francisco de Moraes com huma Dama franceza da Reyna Doña Leonor.
1905 Madrid Imprenta del Asilo de Huérfanos del S. C. de Jesús Historia domini Quijote Manchegui Ignatium Calvum LAT 1 8vo small b. Editions S327; P53393 TAMU
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Description: Abridged edition of first 12, and 16-20 chapters, translated into "latinem macarronicum".
1924 Tartu Eesti Kirjanduse Seltsi Vaimukas rüütel Don Quijote G. Peet EST 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: With a selection of illustrations by Gustave Doré and a portrait of Cervantes (process reproduction of an original oil painting attributed to Velázquez, copied after an original lost by Francisco Pacheco; private collection; the painting appeared in Switzerland around 1850).
Description: Abridged edition.
1927 Tokyo Shinchōsha Don Kihôte Katagami Noburu JAP 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Includes one portrait of Cervantes reprodeced after José del Castillo's design (Madrid: Ibarra, 1780).
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1935 Bucarest Editura Cugetarea Don Quijote Al. Iacobescu ROM 2 8vo b. Editions P53344 TAMU
Illustrations: Pictorial covers.
Description: First Romanian translation of complete text from Spanish; very rare edition.
1937 Riga Valtera un Rapas Atjautigais hidalgo Lamancas Don-Kichots Adolfs Erss LET 1 8vo b. Editions TAMU
Illustrations: Illustrated, cover by N. Strunke and 27 illustrations taken from Madrid: Sancha, 1797-1798 edition.
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