Tamesis Books Companion Series

The Companion Series aims to provide a set of lively, scholarly and accessible introductions to the societies and cultures of the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds. A Companion can focus on a canonical work, the oeuvre of a single author, a movement, a genre or a field of study. The series is aimed primarily at undergraduate and graduate students but also responds to the general reader looking for an intelligent and reliable introduction to the area in question. For this reason, all Companions offer a substantial introduction to help to orientate the reader coming to the subject for the first time, a list of suggestions for further reading and English translations for quotations and titles. The Tamesis Companion avoids the Charybdis of pedestrianism while steering clear of the Scylla of academic shorthand, in order to produce a book which is as intellectually challenging as it is engaging and accessible.

Previous Companions published as part of the Monografías series

A Companion to Modern Spanish American Fiction A Companion to Catalan LiteratureA Companion to Spanish SurrealismA Companion to Latin American FilmA Companion to the Libro de Buen AmorA Companion to Luis BuñuelA Companion to Cervantes’s Novelas EjemplaresA Companion to Magical RealismA Companion to Mexican StudiesA Companion to US Latino LiteraturesA Companion to Golden Age TheatreA Companion to Federico García LorcaA Companion to Spanish American ModernismoA Companion to Latin American LiteratureA Companion to Pablo Neruda: Evaluating Neruda’s PoetryA Companion to Lope de VegaA Companion to Don QuixoteA Companion to the Twentieth-Century Spanish NovelA Companion to Spanish CinemaA Companion to Carmen Martín GaiteA Companion to Gabriel García MárquezA Companion to Jorge Luis BorgesA Companion to Portuguese LiteratureA Companion to Catalan CultureA Companion to Spanish Women’s StudiesA Companion to Javier MaríasA Companion to Latin American Women WritersA Companion to Mario Vargas LlosaA Companion to Galician CultureA Companion to Miguel de UnamunoA Companion to Juan RulfoA Companion to José Enrique Rodó

For further information, please email:

Megan Milan
Commissioning Editor
Boydell & Brewer
PO Box 9
Woodbridge
Suffolk IP12 3DF, UK
mmilan@boydell.co.uk