Publications of E. C. Riley

By Robbins, Jeremy; Eisenberg, Daniel | Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America, Spring 2002 | Go to article overview

Publications of E. C. Riley


Robbins, Jeremy, Eisenberg, Daniel, Cervantes: Bulletin of the Cervantes Society of America


Books

Cervantes's Theory of the Novel. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1962. Reprinted 1964, 1968. Reprinted, with new introduction and corrections, Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 1992. xii + 244 pp. Spanish translation by Carlos Sahagun: Teoria de la novela en Cervantes. Madrid: Taurus, 1966 (reprinted 1971, 1981, 1989). Italian translation and introduction by Antonio Gargano: La teoria del romanzo in Cervantes. Bologna: Il Mulino, 1988. An excerpt, "Cervantes' Theorie des Romans," was published on pp. 494-99 of Don Quijote: Forschung und Kritik, ed. Helmut Hatzfeld (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche, 1968). Another excerpt, "Literature and Life in Don Quixote," was published on pp. 123-36 of Cervantes: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Lowry Nelson, Jr. (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1969).

Reviewed by: W. C. Booth, Modern Philology 62 (1964): 163-65; Jean Canavaggio, Bulletin Hispanique 66 (1964): 172-79; P. Groult, Lettres Romanes 18 (1964): 359-61; A. A. Parker, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 40 (1963): 248-49; R. D. F. Pring-Mill, Modern Language Review 62 (1967): 146-49; Alberto Sanchez, Anales Cervantinos 9 (1961-62): 273-76. Italian translation reviewed by Mariarosa Scaramuzza Vidoni, Rassegna Iberistica 37 (1990): 40-42.

Suma cervantina, edited with Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce. London: Tamesis, 1973. 452 pp.

Reviewed by: Frank Pierce, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 53 (1976): 346-48; Fritz Schalk, Romanische Forschungen 88 (1976): 137-40.

Don Quixote. London: Allen & Unwin, 1986.205 pp. Spanish translation by Enrique Torner Montoya: Introduccion al Quijote. Barcelona: Critica, 1990 (reprinted 2000).

Reviewed by: Oscar Barrero Perez, Edad de Oro 7 (1988): 223-30; Thomas Lathrop, Cervantes 7.2 (1987): 97-99; Frank Pierce, Modern Language Review 83 (1988): 482-84; J[oseph] B. S[pieker], Hispanic Journal 8.1 (1986): 191-92; Eduardo Urbina, Journal of Hispanic Philology 12 (1988): 269-70; John C. Weiger, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 64 (1987): 373-74.

Cervantes, Don Quixote, translated by Charles Jarvis. Edition, Introduction and Notes. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992 (reprinted 1998, 1999).

Reviewed by: John Butt, "Boiled Bones and Omelet," Times Literary Supplement 1 January 1993: 20; Frank Pierce, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 71 (1994): 397-98.

La rara invencion: Estudios sobre Cervantes y su posteridad literaria. English articles translated by Mari Carmen Llerena. Barcelona: Critica, 2001. 268 pp.

Reviewed by: Patrizia Campana in this issue of Cervantes; Jesus Maestro, Theatralia 4 (2002):.521-26.

[In Essays on Hispanic Themes in Honour of Edward C. Riley, ed. Jennifer Lowe and Philip Swanson (Edinburgh: Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Edinburgh, 1989), p. 6, there is listed as "forthcoming" "a new edition of Cervantes' Novelas ejemplares (Madrid: Espasa-Calpe)." This project apparently and unfortunately went no further than an initial proposal.]

Articles and Reviews

"The Dramatic Theories of Don Jusepe Antonio Gonzalez de Salas." Hispanic Review 19 (1951): 183-203.

"Sobre Bodas de sangre." Clavileno 7 (1951): 8-12.

"Don Quixote and the Imitation of Models." Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 31 (1954): 3-16.

Review of Silva de varios romances, ed. Antonio Rodriguez-Monino. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 31 (1954): 242-43.

Review of V. S. Pritchett, The Spanish Temper. The Dublin Magazine, new series 30.4 (1954): 62-63.

Review of Cancionero llamado Flor de enamorados, ed. by Antonio Rodriguez-Monino, and Flor de romances, glosas, canciones y villancicos, ed. Antonio Rodriguez-Monino. Butletin of Hispanic Studies 32 (1955): 115-16.

Review of Kenneth Tynan, Bull Fever. The Dublin Magazine, new series 31.4 (1955): 53-54.

"Episodio, novela y aventura en Don Quijote." Anales Cervantinos 5 (1955-56): 209-30. …

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