Penn State Romance Studies

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About this Series

Penn State Romance Studies, a peer-reviewed monograph series, represents a bold experiment in scholarly publishing. Romance Studies offers the best and latest scholarly research in the languages, literatures, and cultures of the Romance languages simultaneously in print and online in Open Access mode. The series covers a wide range of topics across a lengthy period of time. It also spans a broad spectrum of genres, including monographs, reference resources, translations, and editions of critical works.

This cooperative effort between Penn State University Press and the Penn State University Libraries is no longer accepting new submissions. The editorial board was drawn from the Penn State Department of French and Francophone Studies and the Department of Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese.

These books are publications of the Office of Digital Scholarly Publishing, a collaboration of the Penn State Press and the Penn State Libraries.

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View a digital version of these books online at the Penn State University Libraries website.

Editors:
Robert Blue
Kathryn M. Grossman
Thomas A. Hale
Djelai Kadir
Norris J. Lacy
John M. Lipsky
Sherry L. Roush
Allan Stoekl

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