Spanish Highways and Byways

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SPANISH HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS

BY

KATHARINE LEE BATES

Author of "American Literature" "The English Religious Drama,"etc.

ILLUSTRATED WITH MANY ENGRAVINGS FROM PHOTOGRAPHS

Published by THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

New YorkMCM

LONDON: MACMILLAN AND CO., LIMITED

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • I - "The Lazy Spaniard" 1
  • II - A Continuous Carnival 11
  • III - Within the Alhambra 27
  • IV - A Function in Granada 39
  • V- In Sight of the Giralda 48
  • VI - Passion Week in Seville 58
  • VII - Traces of the Inquisition 82
  • VIII - An Andalusian Type 102
  • IX - A Bull-Fight 113
  • X - Gypsies 132
  • XI - The Route of the Silver Fleets 147
  • XII - Murillo's Cherubs 162
  • XIII - The Yolk of the Spanish Egg 183
  • XIV - A Study in Contrasts 203
  • XV - The Patron Saint of Madrid 214
  • XVI - The Funeral of Castelar 233
  • XVII - The Immemorial Fashion 246
  • XVIII - Corpus Christi in Toledo 263
  • XIX - The Tercentenary of VelÁzquez 283
  • XX - Choral Games of Spanish Children 297
  • XXI - "O La SeÑorita!" 338
  • XXII - Across the Basque Provinces 362
  • XXIII - In Old Castile 376
  • XXIV - Pilgrims of Saint James 394
  • XXV - The Building of a Shrine 409
  • XXVI - The Son of Thunder 423
  • XXVII - Vigo and Away 439
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