Eloy R. González Argüelles
Professor of Spanish
Ph.D., Ohio State University, 1974
His research interests include the Spanish Renaissance and Baroque literature and culture. He has published and given conference presentations on diverse texts of the Early Modern Spanish period, such as the Amadís de Gaula and a book (Scripta Humanistica, 2001) on The Exploits of Esplandián (Las Sergas de Esplandián ). He has also written on Don Quijote, the Abencerraje and Céfalo y Pocris, a comedia burlesca attributed to Calderón. He has also written on the poetry of Francisco de Quevedo, Baltasar del Alcázar, and as a "profession of love", on Pablo Neruda.
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