El Serrano de la Alpujarras and El Cuadro Misterioso; Two Spanish Novels Taken from Las Tareas de un Solitario, and Adapted to be used as Translating Books. By Julio Soler. WASHINGTON IRVING.

El Serrano de la Alpujarras and El Cuadro Misterioso; Two Spanish Novels Taken from Las Tareas de un Solitario, and Adapted to be used as Translating Books. By Julio Soler.

Publisher: New York: Printed by R. Rafael, 1842.
Edition: First revised edition.
Bibliographical References: OCLC records four copies (Chicago, Harvard and two in Spain).
Condition: Edges a little worn; some light foxing; very good copy.
Book ID: 26943

Description

12mo, original dark green quarter sheep, marbled paper boards, gilt lettering.

Comments

¶ Spanish tales by George Washington Montgomery based on Washington Irving’s "Rip Van Winkle" and "The Young Italian," and first published in Madrid in 1829 as part of Montgomery’s Tareas de un Solitarion o Nueva Coleccion de Novelas. They were first published in the U.S. under the title Novelas Expañolas, edited by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and intended as teaching tools for Spanish language students at Bowdoin College. This slightly later edition is edited once again by Spanish language scholar Julio Soler, with a parallel translation of "El Serrano de las Alpujarras," designed as a guide to translators of Spanish texts.

Price: $375.00

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