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Books of the Brave: Reflecting on the idea, I decided to act on the proposal. Books of the Brave synthesized a great deal of information pertinent to the introduction of print culture in Spanish America, and it firmly established the circulation of books and ideas between Spain and her ultramarine possessions as a cultural-historical topic of importance.

Still cited with great frequency today, Books of the Brave has endured both because of its documentary contributions to the links between Spain and Spanish America in the field of elite, literate culture and because of the broader issues it raises regarding the role of reading and imagination in history.

Leonard raised issues that continue to be studied and debated today, including libro hortensio de ciceron circulation and censorship of popular fiction, the audiences to which that fiction was disseminated, the interpretation of literature by libro hortensio de ciceron readers, and the role that popular reading has played in history.


Rather, writers on the subject of libro hortensio de ciceron in the New World reaffirm and extend the information and insights that Irving Leonard offered some time ago. These differences are libro hortensio de ciceron apparent in Leonard's treatment of two of the most controversial topics in Spanish history: Just as he made vivid the circumstances of the Spanish—New World book trade, so too did the reviews of the English and Spanish editions carefully dated and pasted in his personal album of memorabilia call up an era different from our own.

Most of those early reviewers were entirely persuaded by the idea that the conquistadores could have been influenced by popular chivalric literature.

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Only a few were critical of Leonard's views on Spain's "glorious epoch of high adventure. Thus, with the passage of four decades, the points of view expressed and the interpretations offered about this era of history have changed.

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Leonard's book appeared libro hortensio de ciceron as a significant shift in outlook among scholars of colonial Spanish America was occurring, and as we shall see, that shift is evident in Books of the Brave.

To discuss this point, it will be useful to juxtapose Leonard's work with scholarly and popular ideas prevalent at the time of its first publication. Cunningham Graham's The Horses of the Conquest.

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By examining Books libro hortensio de ciceron the Brave in juxtaposition with one or the other of these works, one can discern the transitional character of Leonard's work.

Cunningham Graham's more literary meditation extolled the heroism of the conquest by evoking the role of its great steeds. While Hanke's work spoke to the courage of the court to debate and denounce after the fact the rights of conquest, Cunningham Graham viewed the conquest as embodying the libro hortensio de ciceron and heroic adventure of chivalric times.

Like Hanke's work, Leonard's reveals an unwillingness to reconcile a valedictory interpretation of Spanish history with the known history of the conquests.

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New information and new perspectives were beginning to emerge, offering a more balanced and complete picture of Spain's intervention in America. For libro hortensio de ciceron, inthree years after the appearance of Books of the BraveCharles Gibson published his Tlaxcala in the Sixteenth Centuryand during those same years John V.

Murra was writing his path-breaking doctoral dissertation, "The Economic Organization of the Inca State" completed in Libro hortensio de ciceron Gibson challenged the notion of the Hispanization of native Mexican society at the local level, Murra revealed the extraordinary complexity of pre-Columbian economic and political organization among libro hortensio de ciceron Incas.

With the scholarly and critical study of colonial sociopolitical and economic systems, as well as the retrieval of indigenous Americans' testimonies of the European invasion, Spain's sixteenth-century enterprise could no longer be explained by a simple one-sided story, as if it represented the whole.

In a interview, Professor Leonard stated that he used Prescott's History of the Conquest of Mexico as one of his models for narrative history. A brief examination of Prescott's writing can reveal the spirit and sensibilities that animate Leonard's work.

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Prescott conceptualized his historical writings in ways that would bring them alive to his readers. The story of his adventures in the New World forms one of the most remarkable pages in the history of man" ibid.

According to Prescott, the language of heroic adventure was needed to write conquest history, no matter how remarkable its deeds had been. To libro hortensio de ciceron those deeds to life for the nineteenth-century reader, he adorned his accounts of events with references to chivalric romance.