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The Hand and the Glove

by Machado de Assis translated by Albert I. Bagby Jr.

The later novels of Machado de Assis—notably Dom Casmurro and Esau and Jacob—are well known in this country, but the earlier novels have never been translated.

Iaiá Garcia

by Machado de Assis translated by Albert I. Bagby Jr.

The last of four novels that preceded Machado de Assis’s famous trilogy of realistic masterpieces, Iaiá Garcia belongs to what critics have called the Brazilian author’s “romantic” phase.

The Festive Play of Fernando Arrabal

by Luis Oscar Arata

Along with Samuel Beckett and Eugene Ionesco, Fernando Arrabal is a major exponent of the Theater of the Absurd.

The Spanish Ballad in English

by Shasta M. Bryant

This study offers an introduction to an important branch of Spanish literature—the romance, or ballad.

Lorca's Poet in New York: The Fall into Consciousness

by Betty Jean Craige

Written in 1929–1930, when Federico García Lorca was visiting Columbia University, Poet in New York stands as one of the great Waste Land poems of the 20th century.