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Published: Susan Byrne
Susan Byrne (World Languages and Cultures) has published an article, "Transcendence as Hyperbole in "La Fuerza de la Sangre" in Cervantes. The article looks at author Miguel de Cervantes' exaggerated use of symbolism in the named short story as a rhetorical ploy to signal a message of worldly, rather than sublime, transcendence.
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