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  • Temblor de Lima, de Pedro de Oña ()

    Pedro de Oña, born in the territory of the Viceroyalty of Peru, in Chilean Angol, is one of the most important Creole writers to understand the political and cultural transition from the 16th to the 17th centuries. He is especially remembered for continuing the epic saga of La Araucana -initiated by...

  • First part of Comentarios Reales, by Inca Garcilaso de la Vega (,)

    This is the most famous work of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega, commonly named Los comentarios reales. In the XX century, this book is known as a text that should be approached from different perspectives. In Los comentarios reales, the Inca consecrates himself as a mestizo writer who was...

  • Antarctic Arms, by Juan de Miramontes Zuázola (,)

    The epic poem Armas antárticas  of Juan de Miramontes Zuázola, was written at the beginning of the seventeenth century, but did not see the light at his time. Only recently, in 2006, the researcher Paul Firbas, Director of our line of research on colonial epics, published, under the Fondo Editorial...

  • Events of the Philippines ()

    The Catholic monarchy established its presence in the overseas territories on the basis of a high bureaucracy that − in the exercise of its profession− crossed all the territories of the empire. Viceroys, oidores, prosecutors, among other public officials passed through the Caribbean, the Philippines, Mexico, Central America and the...