A CRITICAL EDITION OF ANTONIO MIRA DE AMESCUA'S "EL MONTE DE LA PIEDAD," "LA FE DE HUNGRIA," AND "LA JURA DEL PRINCIPE"
KeywordsReligion in literature.
Mira de Amescua, Antonio, d. 1644. Monte de la piedad.
Mira de Amescua, Antonio, d. 1644. Fe de Hungría.
Mira de Amescua, Antonio, d. 1644. Jura del principe.
Mira de Amescua, Antonio, d. 1644
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