Peralta Barnuevo and the discourse of loyalty: a critical edition of four selected texts

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ASU Center for Latin American Studies Press, 1996 - History - 216 pages
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This critical edition publishes for the first time, four works by Peralta. Written in the first quarter of the eighteenth century, the titles include IMAGEN POLITICA DEL GOBIERNO DEL EXCMO: SENOR D. DIEGO LADRON DE GUEVARA (1714): ORACION AL CLAUSTRO DE LA REAL UNIVERSIDAD (1715); EL TEMPLO DE LA FAMA VINDICADO (1720); & DIALAGO POILTICO: LA VERDAD Y LA JUSTICIA (1724). The principal goal of this volume is to provide an introduction to the complexity of Peralta's literary works, which reveal his defense of monarchial issues & his use of written discourse of loyalty to control, order & influence public opinion. "This edition will definitely enrich the historic & literary treasure from an era little explored in Latin America... The detailed & demanding verification of the texts enables us to correct any dating errors repeated by critics of Peralta y Barnuevo. Thanks to (Williams) efforts we now know the full value & reach of these essays about the intellectual activities of Spaniards in colonial Latin America."--Enrique Ballon Aguirre, Department of Foreign Languages, Arizona State University. Bibliography. Index. ISBN 0-87918-083-8. 240 pages. PB $25.00. Order from ASU/Center for Latin American Studies, P.O. Box 872401, Tempe AZ 85287-2401. 602-965-5127.

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Contents

Dedication
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Introduction
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Prologue
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Copyright

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Williams is founder and senior pastor of Agape Word Fellowship in Raleigh, North Carolina. In addition to pastoring and serving as president of Sonship Bible College, Jerry is a Bible teacher, conference speaker and church leadership and management consultant. He graduated from West Liberty State College of West Virginia, with a B.A. in Psychology. He earned Master of Sacred Literature and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Trinity Theological Seminary in Newburgh, Indiana.

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