medieval Spanish literature, feminism, Spanish epic
Medieval Spanish literature offers only three extant epic texts, Roncesvalles, the Cantar de Mio Cid and the Mocedades de Rodrigo. Knowledge of the Spanish heroic genre has been further extended by considering the thirteenth-century Poema de Fernán González, a reworking of a much earlier poem, as well as the similarly re-elaborated fragments of the stories of Rodrigo, the last Visigothic monarch; of Bernardo del Carpio; of the seven sons of Salas; of the traitorous countess; of prince García and the Cantar de Sancho Il y el cerco de Zamora. These texts will all be considered in this study of the role of women in the Spanish epic.
"Women and Marriage in the Medieval Spanish Epic,"
Quidditas: Vol. 8, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/rmmra/vol8/iss1/2