New Verse Translations of Old English Poetry into Spanish

  • Juan Camilo Conde Silvestre Universidad de Murcia

Author Biography

Juan Camilo Conde Silvestre, Universidad de Murcia
Juan Camilo Conde Silvestre is Professor of English at the University of Murcia, where he teaches Old English and the history of the English language. His research mainly focuses on Middle English dialectology and historical sociolinguistics, as well as, occasionally, on medieval English literature.

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Published
2020-06-26
Section
Book review articles