University of Manchester
Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
 
 

 

Alan Hoyle

MA (Cantab), PhD (Manchester)

Honorary Research Fellow

 

Research

Modern Spanish and Spanish-American literature and literary theory.

Recent Publications

Spain's 1898 Crisis: Regenerationism, Modernism, Postcolonialism, edited with Joseph Harrison (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000).

Cela: La familia de Pascual Duarte, Critical Guides to Spanish Texts, 60 (London: Grant & Cutler, 1994).

"Introduction: The Intellectual Debate." Spain's 1898 Crisis, eds. Joseph Harrison and Alan Hoyle (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000): 9-51.

"Con Azorín ante el paisaje." Actas del XIII Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Madrid, 6-11 de Julio de 1998, eds. Florencio Sevilla and Carlos Alvar (Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 2000): 251-58.

"Ramón Gómez de la Serna: Avant-Garde Novelist Par Excellence." Hacia la novela nueva: Essays on the Spanish Avant-Garde Novel, ed. Francis Lough (Bern: Peter Lang, 2000): 61-77.

"Ramón Gómez de la Serna and the Avant-Garde." Changing Times in Hispanic Culture, ed. Derek Harris (Aberdeen: Centre for the Study of the Hispanic Avant-Garde, University of Aberdeen, 1996): 7-18.

"El problema de la greguería." Actas del IX Congreso de la Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, ed. Sebastian Neumeister (Frankfurt: Vervuert, 1989), vol. II, pp. 283-92.

"El trasfondo irónico y económico de Miau." Revista de Literatura [Madrid], 53: 105 (1991): 85-102.

El humor ramoniano de vanguardia, Manchester Spanish & Portuguese Working Papers (Manchester, Department of Spanish & Portuguese, 1996), 29 pp.

Current Projects

Just been awarded a PhD (Published Work) for a volume (submitted to Manchester 2002) on "Ramón Gómez de la Serna: towards a Definition of his Art."

email alan.hoyle@manchester.ac.uk

 

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