Lírica Culta de la Colonia: Hernando Domínguez Camargo

pp. 5-23

“Vuela por Alta Mar, Isleño Esquife”: Antonio de Viana’s Conquista de Tenerife (1604)

pp. 24-36

Epic and Archive: Lope de Vega, Francis Drake and the Council of Indies

pp. 37-56

The Rhetoric of Female Friendship in the Lyric of Sor Violante del Cielo

pp. 57-71

Subject and Carnivalesque in Colonial Satire: A Study of Juan del Valle y Caviedes’s “Coloquio Entre una Vieja y Periquillo a una Procesión Celebrada en Esta Ciudad”

pp. 72-85

Playing Doctor: Satire, Laughter and Spiritual Transformation in Valle y Caviedes’s Diente del Parnaso

pp. 86-96


Women’s Acts. Plays by Women Dramatists of Spain’s Golden Age ed. by Teresa Scott Soufas, and: Dramas of Distinction. A Study of Plays by Golden Age Women by Teresa Scott Soufas (review)

pp. 97-109

Rhetoric in the New World. Rhetorical Theory and Practice in Colonial Spanish America by Don Paul Abbott (review)

pp. 109-112

Góngora and the “Pyramus and Thisbe” Myth From Ovid to Shakespeare by David Garrison (review)

pp. 112-116

Cultural Authority in Golden Age Spain ed. by Marina S. Brownlee, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht (review)

pp. 117-120

Books Received

p. 121


pp. 122-123