1. Herrera’s Concept of Imitation as the Taking of Italian Spoils
  2. Rachel Schmidt
  3. pp. 12-26
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  1. Goddess on the Edge: The Galatea Agenda in Raphael, Garcilaso and Cervantes
  2. Edward Dudley
  3. pp. 27-45
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  1. Herrera’s Odes
  2. Elias L. Rivers
  3. pp. 46-57
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  1. Herrera: Questions and Contradictions in the Critical Tradition
  2. Andreina Bianchini
  3. pp. 58-71
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  1. Art of the State: The Academias Literarias as Sites of Symbolic Economies in Golden Age Spain
  2. Anne J. Cruz
  3. pp. 72-95
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  1. Poetic Invention against the Black Body: “Retrata un Galán a una Mulata, su Dama” by Salvador Jacinto Polo de Medina
  2. Baltasar Fra-Molínero
  3. pp. 96-110
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  1. In Her Image: Christ and the Female Body in Women’s Religious Poetry of the Golden Age
  2. Julián Olivares
  3. pp. 111-133
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  1. The Túmulos as Political Expression in Quevedo’s Poetry
  2. Estela Moreno-Mazzoli
  3. pp. 134-149
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  1. Góngora’s Sea of Signs: The Manipulation of History in the Soledades
  2. Betty Sasaki
  3. pp. 150-168
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  1. Existential Baroque: Francisco de Quevedo’s Sonnet “Miré los muros de la patria mía”
  2. Manuel Durán
  3. pp. 169-185
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  1. Introduction
  2. Sydney P. Cravens, Daniel L. Heiple, Ted E. McVay
  3. pp. 7-11
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