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Rhetorical Conquests: Cortaes, Gaomara, and Renaissance Imperialism

Glen Carman

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ISBN 10: 1557534039 / ISBN 13: 9781557534033
Edité par Purdue University Press, United States, 2006
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Language: English . Brand New Book. This study examines Hern n CortUs, first as the author of Cartas de relaci�n (1519-1526), and then as the protagonist of Francisco L�pez de G�mara s Historia de la conquista de MUxico (1552). It analyzes how these accounts represent his speech acts, including some of his key speeches; how they allow him to define the conquest in different ways to different audiences; and how they represent him as controlling the speech acts of others, most notably those of Moctezuma. N° de réf. du libraire AAN9781557534033

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Titre : Rhetorical Conquests: Cortaes, Gaomara, and ...

Éditeur : Purdue University Press, United States

Date d'édition : 2006

Reliure : Microfilm

Etat du livre :New

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This study examines Hern n CortUs, first as the author of Cartas de relaci�n (1519-1526), and then as the protagonist of Francisco L�pez de G�mara's Historia de la conquista de MUxico (1552). It analyzes how these accounts represent his speech acts, including some of his key speeches; how they allow him to define the conquest in different ways to different audiences; and how they represent him as controlling the speech acts of others, most notably those of Moctezuma.

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Glen Carman teaches language and literature at DePaul University. His current research focuses on BartolomU de las Casas, Juan GinUs de Sep*lveda, and the sixteenth-century debates over Spain's wars of conquest.

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