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The Endless Text (Suny Series, the Margins of Literature) Hardcover – October 2, 1997


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"Don Quixote establishes in this book a dialogue with its own proto-history, namely, romance. What makes this study extraordinary is how its conclusions about the relations between romance and feminism, male canon formation, and others, definitely project the text, in a decisive way, toward the present and the future and less toward tradition. This uncovering of many elements from the past is elaborated as truly relevant to our postmodern condition, and presented as a challenge to traditional logocentrism and, in that sense, it is a true critical tour de force.
"I like both the originality and the readability of this book, the development of a new hermeneutic and the resulting new reading of a classic text. I would not be surprised if, as a result of the publication of this book, specialists begin talking of a new kind of identifiable interpretive stand, similar to the 'Castro reading' or the 'El Saffar reading'--a 'Dudley reading' of Don Quixote." -- Francisco LaRubia-Prado, Georgetown University

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Edward Dudley is Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature at State University of New York at Buffalo. He has coedited El Cuento; The Wild Man Within: An Image in Western Thought from the Renaissance to Romanticism; and American Attitudes Toward Foreign Languages and Foreign Cultures.

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