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A journal published three times a year concerned with the history and literature of Golden Age Spain (from the time of the Catholic Monarchs until the arrival of the Bourbon dynasty). Contributions to the journal are exclusively in Spanish. Three numbers are published yearly, each of about 200 pages. Its main objectives are two-fold, but not binding: on the one hand, to publish the work of young researchers and, on the other hand, to recover the role once played by the Revue Hispanique, that is, to give a substantial place to erudite studies along the lines of what the Spanish called filología. There is generally speaking an alternation between monographic issues (1 or 2/3) and Varia.

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129 | 2017
Luis Vélez de Guevara, dramaturgo: nuevas pistas y proyecciones críticas. Homenaje de Córdoba a Robert Jammes

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