Geographies of philological knowledge : postcoloniality and the Transatlantic national epic /
Geographies of Philological Knowledge examines the relationship between medievalism and colonialism in the nineteenth-century Hispanic American context through the striking case of the Creole Andrés Bello (1781 & ndash;1865), a Venezuelan grammarian, editor, legal scholar, and politician, and h...
Chicago ; London :
University of Chicago Press,
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