Bibliography (Cyclopedia of Literary Characters, Revised Third Edition)
Eoff, Sherman. “A Fatherly World According to Design.” In The Modern Spanish Novel: Comparative Essays Examining the Philosophical Impact of Science on Fiction. New York: New York University Press, 1961. Pages 21 to 50 speculate on the influence of scientific discovery on Pereda. Stimulating discussion of cultural history.
Eoff, Sherman. “Pereda’s Conception of Realism as Related to His Epoch.” Hispanic Review 14 (1946): 281-303. Reassessment of Pereda’s contributions to Spain’s literature and of Pereda’s politics.
Eoff, Sherman. “Pereda’s Realism: His Style.” Washington University Studies: New Series Language and Literature 14 (1942): 131-157. Argues that Pereda’s style is realistic and influenced by the author’s own interpretations of realism and by other traditions in the Spanish novel.
Glascock, Clyde. “Modern Spanish Novelists: José María de Pereda.” Southwest Review 8 (1923): 329-353. Discusses Pereda’s appreciation for the mountains of Spain.
Klibbe, Lawrence Hadfield. José María de Pereda. Boston: Twayne, 1975. A good starting place in the study of Pereda. Bibliography.
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