Martorell's Tirant lo Blanch : a program for military and social reform in fifteenth-century Christendom /
This first critical analysis of the Catalan novel of chivalry, Tirant lo Blanch (1490), elucidates the sophisticated plan that lies behind its composition. By breaking down the 487-chapter story into two fundamental narrative threads--the military and erotic exploits of the hero--Aylward reveals the...
Chapel Hill :
U.N.C. Dept. of Romance Languages : [Distributed by University of North Carolina Press],
|Series:||North Carolina studies in the Romance languages and literatures ;
no. 225. |