Routledge Studies in Latin American and Iberian Literature is our home for cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly monographs and edited collections, focusing on literatures from Central America, South America and the Iberian Peninsula. Books in the series are characterized by dynamic interventions and innovative approaches to established subjects and ground-breaking criticsm on emerging topics in literary studies.
By Veronica Menaldi
July 30, 2021
This book explores the complexity of Iberian identity and multicultural/multi-religious interactions in the Peninsula through the lens of spells, talismans, and imaginative fiction in medieval and early modern Iberia. Focusing particularly on love magic—which manipulates objects, celestial spheres,...