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- n. Plural form of Hispanist.
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These billboard-size genre scenes conformed to the romantic view of Spain held by Anglo-Saxon Hispanists like Huntington.
In the face of 3 Hispanists who all stressed the surname correctly, Melvyn Bragg doggedly persisted in saying Bólivar throughout the programme.
Surely Hispanists know this, so why persist with "the Martí Fierro" or "the Facundo" MacAdam?
This book, which will generate controversy among Hispanists, many of whom have refused to examine these works for non-Catholic views, will be of interest not only to students and scholars of Spanish literature, but also to those involved in Jewish studies, Medieval European history, and cultural studies.