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Mora, José Joaquín de

  • Cultural criticism, activist writingPublishing, periodicalsSpanishTransnational / trans-European
  • Author:
    Durán López, Fernando
  • Title:
    Mora, José Joaquín de
  • Notes:

    Cultural community / country: Argentinian, Chilean, Peruvian, Bolivian.

    Word Count: 7

  • Article version:
    1.1.1.1/a
  • DOI:
    https://doi.org/10.5117/9789462981188/ngYF1U26lYFQ5JltRYxU2Fxi
  • Amunátegui, Miguel Luis (1888). Don José Joaquín de Mora: apuntes biográficos (Santiago de Chile: Imprenta Nacional)

    Durán López, Fernando (2015). Versiones de un exilio: Los traductores españoles de la Casa Ackermann (Londres, 1823-1830) (Madrid: Escolar y Mayo)

    Rodríguez Espinosa, Marcos (2008). “Exilio, vocación trasatlántica y mediación paratextual: José Joaquín de Mora y sus traducciones de «Ivanhoe», 1825, y «El talismán», 1826, de Walter Scott”, in Zaro, Juan Jesús (ed.) (2008). Diez estudios sobre la traducción en la España del siglo XIX (Granada: Atrio), 73-94

    Tully, Carol (2010). “Ackermann, Mora and the transnational context: Cultural transfer in the old world and the new”, in Muñoz Sempere, Daniel; Alonso García, Gregorio (eds.) (2010). Londres y el liberalismo hispánico (Madrid: Iberoamericana), 153-164


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    © the author and SPIN. Cite as follows (or as adapted to your stylesheet of choice): Durán López, Fernando, 2020. "Mora, José Joaquín de", Encyclopedia of Romantic Nationalism in Europe, ed. Joep Leerssen (electronic version; Amsterdam: Study Platform on Interlocking Nationalisms, https://ernie.uva.nl/), article version 1.1.1.1/a, last changed 16-07-2020, consulted 29-09-2020.