In the context of the polemical relation of Cervantes with America and the possible American echoes in his texts, there is a couple of attributed poems dedicated to Cortés. This work analyses the structure, intertextuality and sense of both poems, to sum up with brief reflections on authorship.

«El que venció tantos reinos»: los dos romances sobre Hernán Cortés atribuidos a Cervantes

Adrián J. Sáez
2019

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In the context of the polemical relation of Cervantes with America and the possible American echoes in his texts, there is a couple of attributed poems dedicated to Cortés. This work analyses the structure, intertextuality and sense of both poems, to sum up with brief reflections on authorship.
Cervantes transatlántico /Transatlantic Cervantes
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