Volume 1: The Institutionalization of Literature in Spain

Ed. Wlad Godzich and Nicholas Spadaccini
Focuses on literature as institutionalized practice between 1700 and 1830, examining its production/reception as part of the same process.

Introduction
From Discourse to Institution
Wlad Godzich and Nicholas Spadaccini

  1. The Idea and Function of Education in Enlightenment Thought
    José Antonio Maravall
  2. In Moratín’s Café
    Edward Baker
  3. Managing Culture: Manolo and the Majos’ “Good Taste”
    Steven Suppan
  4. Audience Participation in an Eighteenth-Century Farce
    Ronald W. Sousa
  5. On Genius, Innovation and Public: The “Discurso crítico” of Tomás de Erauso y Zavaleta
    Michael Nerlich
  6. Censorship and the Creation of Heroes in the Discourse of Literary History
    Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
  7. Textual Pluralities: Readings and Readers of Eighteenth-Century Discourse
    Iris M. Zavala