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1969. Los trabajos de Persiles y Sigismunda, ed. Juan Bautista Avalle-Arce (Madrid: Castalia) El Saffar, Ruth. 1980. ‘Periandro: Exemplary Character, Exemplary Narrator’, Hispanófila, 69: 9–16 Forcione, Alban. 1970. Cervantes, Aristotle and the ‘Persiles’ (Princeton University Press) —— 1972. Cervantes’ Christian Romance: A Study of ‘Persiles y Sigismunda’ (Princeton University Press) Gracián, Baltasar. 1993. El Criticón, ed. Emilio Blanco, Obras completas, I (Madrid: Biblioteca Castro / Turner) Heliodorus.

2002. Sterne, the Moderns and the Novel (Oxford University Press) Lamb, Jonathan. 1989. Sterne’s Fiction and the Double Principle (Cambridge University Press) Lewis, W. , Charles H. Bennett and Andrew G. Hoover. 1951. Horace Walpole’s Correspondence with Sir David Dalrymple, The Yale Edition of the Correspondence of Horace Walpole, vol. 15 (Oxford University Press) McMaster, Juliet. 1989. ‘Walter Shandy, Sterne and Gender: A Feminist Foray’, English Studies in Canada, 15: 44–58 McMorran, Will. 2002.

1 Tristram Shandy provides a prop to arguments in studies of literature as different as Renaissance poetry and the modern Italian novel (Cotterill 2004; Santovetti 2007). There is disagreement among critics of Tristram Shandy about what Sterne’s digressions amount to. There are those who think that there is method in his madness (Baird 1936; Piper 1961) and those who conclude he is crazily chaotic. Early critics dismissed Tristram Shandy as a mess, even as imitators queued up to copy him (Bosch 2007: 259; for a selection of early responses, see Howes 1974: esp.

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