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Spanish Literary Classics

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El Corregidor Sagaz: Abisos, y Documentos Morales; para los que lo Fueren.  (no date, c.1620) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Bartolomé de Góngora
1 Bartolomé de Góngora El Corregidor Sagaz: Abisos, y Documentos Morales; para los que lo Fueren. (no date, c.1620) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1960 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1960. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1960. Very Good +. Bartolomé de Góngora. El Corregidor Sagaz: Abisos, y Documentos Morales; para los que lo Fueren. (no date, c.1620). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Tercera Época Vol. III, 1960, number 293 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 1/8 by 9 5/8-inches, red top-stain, hand-marbled endpapers, watermarked laid paper, xxxix, 282 pp. plus 16 pages of indices, subscriber lists, and colophon. There is a small spot of skinning where a one-inch square of masking tape (present in the other volumes in this series) was peeled off the upper left corner of the front pastedown. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. (case)

 
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Obras de Bernardino de Montoya (Poeta Peruano del Siglo XVII) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Bernardino de Montoya
2 Bernardino de Montoya Obras de Bernardino de Montoya (Poeta Peruano del Siglo XVII) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1965 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1965. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1965. Very Good +. Bernardino de Montoya. Obras de Bernardino de Montoya (Poeta Peruano del Siglo XVII). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Tercera Época Vol. VI, 1965, number 228 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 1/4 by 9 5/8-inches, red top-stain, hand-marbled endpapers, watermarked laid paper, 315 pp. plus 25 pages of indices, subscriber lists, and colophon. Faint rubbing to the corners, a couple of small scratches on the spine labels, a tiny single drip mark on the top edge of the textblock, and there is a very tiny larval bore hole in the front hinge at the foot of the spine that exits through the inner hinge (no other insect damage). There is a one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Los Peligros de Madrid (1646) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, D. Baptista Remiro de Navarra
3 D. Baptista Remiro de Navarra Los Peligros de Madrid (1646) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1956 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1956. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1956. Very Good +. D. Baptista Remiro de Navarra. Los Peligros de Madrid (1646). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Segunda Época Vol. XXX, 1956, number 333 of an unstated edition with Dr. Edward Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 1/8 by 9 7/8-inches, red top-stain, printed endpapers, watermarked laid paper, xlii, 128 pp. plus 19 pages of indices, subscriber lists, and colophon. Light foxing on a few pages, light yellowing on pp. 62/63 from a piece of paper that was laid in, and a one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. There are a couple of drip marks on the top edge of the textblock at the head of the spine (does not affect the leaves). From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Recopilación en Metro (Sevilla, 1554) - La Academia Española, Diego Sánchez de Badajoz
4 Diego Sánchez de Badajoz Recopilación en Metro (Sevilla, 1554) - La Academia Española
Madrid La Academia Española 1929 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Academia Española, 1929. Very Good +. Madrid: La Academia Española, 1929. Very Good +. Diego Sánchez de Badajoz. Recopilación en Metro (Sevilla, 1554). Madrid: La Academia Española, 1929. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 3/4 by 10-inches, uneven dark red top-stain, hand-marbled endpapers, not paginated. [3] 424 pp. This volume has insect damage along the fore edge and lower corner of the upper board where some little critter chewed through the leather. In spots it extends about a quarter-inch onto the front cover, with an additional spot (smaller than a dime) on the cover. There is also some of this damage along the bottom edge and lower corner of the lower board. There is a one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Discursos Serio-Iocosos sobre el Agua de la Vida (1682) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Don Pedro Gonzalez de Godoy
5 Don Pedro Gonzalez de Godoy Discursos Serio-Iocosos sobre el Agua de la Vida (1682) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1959 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1959. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1959. Very Good +. Don Pedro Gonzalez de Godoy. Discursos Serio-Iocosos sobre el Agua de la Vida (1682). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Tercera Época Vol. II, 1959, number 293 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 by 9 5/8-inches, red top-stain, printed endpapers, watermarked laid paper, 189 pp. plus colophon. This copy has the spine panel from the original wraps bound in at the rear. Faint rubbing to the corners and a one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. The upper board has several light scratches that look, honestly, like a cat skidded across the cover, claws in full bloom. However, the marks are light and look like the damage was done before the leather was dyed and the book was bound. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Nobiliario de Valle de la Valdorba con los Escudos de Armas de sus Palacios y Casas Nobles y Relacion de la Conquista de Itza en la Nueva España por el Conde Lizárraga (1714)  - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Francisco de Elorza y Rada, Abad de Barasoaín
6 Francisco de Elorza y Rada, Abad de Barasoaín Nobiliario de Valle de la Valdorba con los Escudos de Armas de sus Palacios y Casas Nobles y Relacion de la Conquista de Itza en la Nueva España por el Conde Lizárraga (1714) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1958 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1958. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1958. Very Good +. Francisco de Elorza y Rada, Abad de Barasoaín. Nobiliario de Valle de la Valdorba con los Escudos de Armas de sus Palacios y Casas Nobles y Relacion de la Conquista de Itza en la Nueva España por el Conde Lizárraga (1714). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Tercera Época Vol. I, 1958, number 300 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 7 3/8 by 10-inches, red top-stain, printed endpapers, watermarked laid paper, 343 pp. plus colophon. This copy has the spine panel from the original wraps bound in at the rear. Light rubbing to the lower corners, bumping to the upper corners, and a partially peeled-off one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. Many of the leaves remain unopened. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. (case)

 
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La Loçana Andaluza (Siglo XVI) - Barcelona, Selecciones Bibliófilas, Francisco Delicado; Antonio Vilanova, prolog
7 Francisco Delicado; Antonio Vilanova, prolog La Loçana Andaluza (Siglo XVI) - Barcelona, Selecciones Bibliófilas
Barcelona Selecciones Bibliófilas 1952 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Barcelona: Selecciones Bibliófilas, 1952. Very Good +. Barcelona: Selecciones Bibliófilas, 1952. Very Good +. Francisco Delicado; Antonio Vilanova, prolog. La Loçana Andaluza (Siglo XVI). Barcelona, Selecciones Bibliófilas, 1952, number 132 of 300 numbered copies. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and lavender with gilt titles, 5 3/8 by 7 7/8-inches, red top-stain, printed endpapers, watermarked laid paper, lx, 279 pp. plus 9 pages of subscriber lists, ads, and colophon. There is a tiny blue stamp (5/16-inch) of the letters “MiU” in a circle on the lower margin of p. 8 and a small black stain on the top edge of the textblock. In addition to being smaller in stature than the other volumes in this collection, this copy also has a Library of the University of Michigan bookplate on the front pastedown with “Edward Glaser Collection” printed along the bottom. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Agricultura de Jardines (1592) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Gregorio de los Rios
8 Gregorio de los Rios Agricultura de Jardines (1592) - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1951 Leather_bound Near Fine 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1951. Near Fine. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1951. Near Fine. Gregorio de los Rios. Agricultura de Jardines (1592). Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Segunda Época Vol. XXVII, 1951, number 370 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and tan with gilt titles, 6 3/4 by 9 1/2-inches, red top-stain, printed endpapers, watermarked laid paper, lxv, 108 pp. plus 20 pages of indices, subscriber lists, and colophon. Light rubbing to corners. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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Processo de Cartas de Amores y Quexa y Aviso Contra Amor (1553); Cartas en Refranes de Blasco de Garay; Diálogo de Mujeres por Cristobal de Castillejo - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Juan de Segura
9 Juan de Segura Processo de Cartas de Amores y Quexa y Aviso Contra Amor (1553); Cartas en Refranes de Blasco de Garay; Diálogo de Mujeres por Cristobal de Castillejo - La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles
Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1956 Leather_bound Very Good + 
Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1956. Very Good +. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, 1956. Very Good +. Juan de Segura. Processo de Cartas de Amores y Quexa y Aviso Contra Amor (1553); Cartas en Refranes de Blasco de Garay; Diálogo de Mujeres por Cristobal de Castillejo. Madrid: La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles, Segunda Época Vol. XXXI, 1956, number 333 of an unstated edition with Dr. Glaser’s name printed on the verso of the title page. Full speckled sheep with five raised spine bands, two leather spine labels in red and light green with gilt titles, 7 by 9 3/4-inches, red top-stain, hand-marbled endpapers, watermarked laid paper, lii, 272 pp. plus 17 pages of indices, subscriber lists, and colophon. Light rubbing on the corners, a small spot of skinning on the front pastedown, and a one-inch square of masking tape with a number in marker on the upper left corner of the front pastedown. From the collection of Dr. Edward Glaser, a native of Austria, who studied at the University of Vienna and—after emigrating to the United States and spending two years in the U.S. Army during World War II—Wayne University. He earned his doctorate at Harvard and remained there to teach until moving to the University of Michigan in 1959. Prof. Glaser, an enthusiastic scholar of Spanish and Portuguese literature, quickly became an integral part of Michigan’s Romantic Languages department. He received a Guggenheim fellowship and was appointed to the advisory board of the Hispanic Review and editorial boards of several scholarly journals, all while keenly interested in both field research and his students, to whom he was deeply committed. Prof. Glaser was an internationally recognized authority in his field, especially in the Spanish Golden Age, the Biblical drama, and the literary relations between Spain and Portugal, and published several articles and books on these subjects. 
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