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Anthology of Spanish Poetry
This collection is selected by Fred F. Jehle, and he says, "For the most part the versions of the poems offered here have been adapted from rather old books, and they frequently do not correspond exactly to what is found in some modern textbooks."
A magazine of literary studies from Complutense University of Madrid.
Golden Age Spanish sonnets
"This is an ongoing project. Its primary purpose is to provide good verse translations of Golden Age Spanish sonnets to English-speaking readers."
Literature of Spain
"The earliest written literature in Spain was that written in Latin during the Roman and Visigoth periods, represented primarily by the well-known works of Lucan and Seneca of Cordoba and Martial of Aragon."
Medieval Castelian Poetry
D. Miguel Pérez Rosado writes, "Spanish medieval poetry covers four centuries. This assumes a considerable amount of texts of different natures: narrative poetry, almost Provençal lyrics, Castilian texts written in Arabic characters –aljamiado-, etc."
Old Catalan Language and Literature
"This class is intended to serve as a basic introduction to the study of Old Catalan language and literature." Read the notes, recommended texts, etc.
Gerald Erichsen writes, "I started studying Spanish in junior high school, and muchos años later I'm still doing it. The connections I've made to Spanish-language cultural and political sites on the Internet have helped me understand both the language and the culture better, and I'm pleased to be able to share the sitios interesantes I've found."
On this site, you'll find an explanation of Spanish meter and rhyme. In English. According to the site, "information was first prepared, during the school year 1973 by Harold G. Jones and Vern G. Williamsen, for use in teaching a survey of Spanish Literature."