Title 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
Book Condition Very Good +
Publisher Madrid La Sociedad de Bibliófilos Españoles 1956
Seller ID 480
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.