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Losada (Goya), Jose Manuel

LOSADA (GOYA), Jose Manuel

LOSADA (GOYA), Jose Manuel. Spanish, b. 1962. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Spanish teacher at schools in Paris, France, 1986-88; University of Navarre, Navarre, Spain, associate professor of French, 1991-, assistant director of Department of Modern Languages, 1992-93. Complutense University of Madrid, associate professor, 1992-96; visiting scholar and guest speaker at colleges and universities. Publications: L'Honneur au Theatre: La Conception de l'Honneur dans le Theatre Espagnol et Francais du XVIIe Siecle, 1994; Tristan y su Angel: Diez Ensayos de Literatura General y Comparada, 1995; Los Violines de Viena (novel), 1996; Romancero General, 1998; Bibliographie Critique de la Litterature Espagnole en France au XVIIe Siecle: Presence et Influence, 1999. EDITOR: (with P. Brunel, and contrib.) Don Juan: Tirso, Moliere, Pouchkine, Lenau; Analyses et Syntheses sur un Mythe Litteraire, 1993; (and contrib.) Poeticas Francesas del Siglo XX: Poetiques Francaises du XXe Siecle, 1994; (and translator) V. Hugo, La Leyenda de los Siglos, 1994; (with K. Reichenberger and A. Rodriguez, and contrib.) De Baudelaire a Lorca, 1996; Don Juan y Sus Fantasmas, 1997; Bibliography of the Myth of Don Juan in Literary History, 1997. Contributor to books and to periodicals in French, Spanish, and English. Address: Grandpont House, Folly Bridge, Oxford OX1 4LD, England.

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