The Song of the Cid

References

  1. ^ Penguin Classics, "The Poem of the Cid: A Bilingual Edition with Parallel Text", 1975, Translated by Rita Hamilton, "[1]", 1/5/2010
  2. ^ a b Goodrich, Norma Lorre (1961). "The Cid". Medieval Myths. New York: Mentor Books. 
  3. ^ El Cid del Cantar: El héroe literario y el héroe épico, Rafael Beltrán
  4. ^ Francisco A. Marcos-Marín, Cantar de Mio Cid. Edición. (Introducción, Edición Crítica, Versión en Español Moderno y Notas). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 1997.
  5. ^ Transcription of the first page, kept at the National Library in Madrid.
  6. ^ S.G. Armistead, "Cantares de gesta y crónicas alfonsíes: Mas a grand ondra / tornaremos a Castiella, Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Actas IX (1986) pp.177–185. Centro virtual Cervantes.

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