This collection contains scholarly articles, reports and other publications authored by World Languages & Cultures faculty members at Minnesota State University, Mankato.

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Submissions from 1996


Mockery in Spanish Golden Age Literature: Analysis of Burlesque Representation, Kimberly E. Contag


Geografía esperpéntica: El espacio literario en los esperpentos de Valle-Inclán, Enrique Torner

Submissions from 1995

Imaginary Representations of Historical Ills: Analysis of the Body Politic and the Decadence of Imperial Spain, Kimberly E. Contag

Submissions from 1994

El público de Lorca como contrarréplica de Seis personajes en busca de autor, Enrique Torner

La muerte en Prosas profanas, Enrique Torner

Submissions from 1993

Cervantes' Retablo de las maravillas and the Ideology of Pure Blood, Kimberly E. Contag


Valle-Inclán’s Luces de bohemia As a parody of Dante’s Inferno, Enrique Torner

Submissions from 1992


El espacio en los esperpentos de Valle-Inclán, Enrique Torner

Una visión europea de América: El mundo americano visto desde la perspectiva española de Lorca en Poeta en Nueva York, Enrique Torner

Submissions from 1991

The Backbone of Burlesque: Vertebral Jokes and Hoaxes in Cervantes' Don Quixote, Kimberly E. Contag

Submissions from 1990

La ruptura de la familia en L.J. Hernández, Enrique Torner

Submissions from 1985

O Mundo Crioulo: A Tensão do Sujeito Poético em 100 Poemas, Kimberly E. Contag