Table of contents for The rise of pseudo-historical fiction : Fray Antonio de Guevara's novelizations in early modern Spanish literature / Horacio Chiong Rivero.

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The Rise of Pseudo-Historical Fiction:
 Fray Antonio de Guevara's Novelizations
Chapter One										 page 1
Fray Antonio de Guevara, Maker of Masks: Historian, Humanist, Moralist, or Court Buffoon?
Chapter Two										 page 37
Pseudo-Historical Fictionalizations: Guevara's Epístolas Familiares
Chapter Three									 page 97
From Doctrinal of Princes to Apocryphal History:
Guevara's Marco Aurelio and Relox de príncipes
Chapter Four									 page 171
Década de Césares: Guevara's Pseudo-Historical Portrayal of Classical History 
Chapter Five										 page 229
The "Human Chronicle" of the Imperial Court:
Guevara's Epístolas familiares, Menosprecio de corte, and Aviso de privados
Chapter Six										 page 290
A New Form of Writing History: 
Guevara's Pseudo-Historical and Bouffonesque Novelizations
Bibliography									 page 348

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Guevara, Antonio de, Bp, , d, 1545? Criticism and interpretation, History in literature