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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


People


(other than writers, artists, scientists, intellectuals, saints and main political rulers)

Caamaño, Francisco

Spanish politician, member of PSOE, minister of education under Zapatero, Galician nationalist


García Landa, José Ángel. "Un ministro satisfecho." In García Landa, Vanity Fea June 2010.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com/2010/06/un-ministro-satisfecho.html

2010
Cabrera, Ramón

Rebellious Carlista general, "El tigre del Maestrazgo," major leader in the 1st Carlista war in Spain, count of Morella, d. in exile in England.
Castro, Antón. "Historia de Ramón Cabrera." in Antón Castro 29 Nov. 2006.

http://antoncastro.blogia.com/2006/112801-historia-de-ramon-cabrera-.php

2006-11-29

Rújula, Pedro. Ramón Cabrera: La senda del tigre. (Colección Boira). Zaragoza: IberCaja, 1996.*


Cabrerizo Castellón, Enrique (d. 1938)

Spanish officer, captain and commander of the National army during the Spanish Civil War, Jaca, shot to death in action near Huesca.


García Landa, José Ángel. "Historia de algunos asesinos, gente de orden." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 3 Feb. 2010.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com/2010/02/historia-de-algunos-asesinos-de-orden.html

2010


Gómez, Esteban C. El eco de las descargas: Adiós a la esperanza republicana. Barcelona: Escego, 2002.*

Cácereres, Aurora

Ruiz Barrionuevo, Carmen. "Aurora Cáceres, corresponsal peruana de Miguel de Unamuno." In Palabras, Norma, Discurso: En memoria de Fernando Lázaro Carreter. Ed. Luis Santos Río et al. Salamanca: Ediciones U de Salamanca, 2005. 1047-54.*




Cachidiablo
Cachidiablo. Algerian corsair, captain under Barbarossa, sacked Spanish levant in early 16th c.

Cagliostro (Giuseppe Balsamo, 1743-1795)

Celebrated "spiritualist" and confidence man


Mackay, Charles. "The Alchymists." In Mackay, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. Ware: Wordsworth, 1995. 98-256.*

Literature


Goethe, J. W. Der Grosskophta. Comedy. 1791. (On Cagliostro).

_____. El gran copto. In Goethe, Obras completas. Ed., trans. and introd. Rafael Cansinos Asséns. Madrid: Aguilar, 1957. Facsimile rpt: Madrid: Santillana, 2004. 2.209-59.*




Calabria, Duke of


Ferdinand of Aragon (1488-1550), son of Frederick II, King of Naples; imprisoned in Játiva, freed by Charles V; m. Germana de Foix; Viceregents-General of the Kingdom of Valencia.

Caldwell, Elizabeth
Dugdale, Herbert. A True Discourse of the Practices of Elizabeth Caldwell. 1604. In Writing and the English Renaissance. Ed. William Zunder and Suzanne Trill. Harlow (Essex): Longman, 1996. 276-92.*


Calusio, Thoma Valperga
Boucheron, Carl. De Thoma Valperga Calusio. Taurini: Chirio & Mina, 1833.

Cámara, Sixto
Valente, José Ángel. "Carta abierta a don Sixto Cámara." In Valente, Obras completas, II: Ensayos. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores / Galaxia Gutenberg, cop. 2008. 1213-14.*

Cambó, Francesc
Pabón, Jesús. (Catholic historian, late 20th c.). Cambó. Barcelona: Editorial Alpha, 1969. (Vol. 2).

Camillus, Marcus Furius

Roman dictator from 387 BC




Campbell (Clan)
Campbell of Airds, Alastair. A History of Clan Campbell, vol. 2: From Flodden to the Restoration. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2002.

Canning, Elizabeth
Wellington, Barrett R. The Mystery of Elizabeth Canning. 1940.

Capel, Arthur
Earl of Essex under Charles II.

Carleton, Dudley

Related works


Chamberlain, John. (Letters to Dudley Carleton on Essex's affairs, 1599). In Letters of John Chamberlain. Ed. Norman McLure. 2 vols. Philadelphia, 1939.


Carmena, Manuela

Spanish judge and Communist politician, late 20th c.


Literature
Fray Josepho. "Romance de Manuela Carmena." Libertad Digital 11 May 2015.*

http://www.libertaddigital.com/opinion/fray-josepho/romance-de-manuela-carmena-75616/#

2015



Carnera, Primo
Italian boxer
"Primo Carnera." Wikipedia: La enciclopedia libre.*

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primo_Carnera

2011


Caroline (Queen of England)
Fraser, Flora. The Unruly Queen: The Life of Queen Caroline. Papermac, 1997.
Literature
Pope, Alexander. "On a Picture of Queen Caroline." In The Poetical Works of Pope. Ed A. W. Ward. London: Macmillan, 1879. 486.*


Carranza de Miranda, Bartolomé

Menéndez Pelayo, Marcelino. "IV.viii. Proceso del arzobispo de Toledo D. Fr. Bartolomé Carranza de Miranda." In Menéndez Pelayo, Historia de los Heterodoxos Españoles. 5th ed., rpt. Madrid: BAC, 2000. 2.3-52.*




Carrasco, Pedro

Spanish boxer, d. 2001.



Carrera Vera, Aurelia (1904-1986)

Spanish worker, b. Villarreal (Zaragoza), m. Severiano Landa, l. Sigüés, husband fled to France during the war; raised 4 children, Víctor, Santos, Felisa, Encarna; harassed by Fascists during the Spanish war, moved to San Sebastián c. 1939, later Jaca; worked as housecleaner and cook for the military; exile to France with brother Víctor Carrera and daughter Encarna 1949; farmer with brother and husband in Petit-Nauds and Les Gouets (Molles, Allier) during 60s and 70s. Returned to Spain 1981; l. Huesca with brother and daughter, suffered paralytical illness before she died in Huesca. Grandmother of the author of this database.




Carrera Vera, Víctor (1899-1986)

Brother of Aurelia Carrera; b. Villarreal, shepherd and labourer, expatriate to France, woodcutter and farm labourer, member of Communist party, partisan, married, fought in the Resistance, member of maquis group, arrested in Franco's Spain, released late 1940s, escaped to France, childless widower, farmer in Allier, returned to Spain 1980s, d. Huesca.


García Landa, José Ángel. "Carrera." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 21 July 2008. (Victor Carrera Vera).

http://garciala.blogia.com/2008/072102-carrera.php

2008


_____. "Los platos rotos." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 10 June 2010.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com/2010/06/los-platos-rotos.html

2010


_____. "El tributo de las tres vacas (y el tío Víctor)." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 17 August 2011.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com/2011/08/el-tributo-de-las-tres-vacas-y-el-tio.html

2011


_____. "Primeros años del tío Víctor." In García Landa, Vanity Fea 10 Dec. 2011.*

http://vanityfea.blogspot.com/2011/12/primeros-anos-del-tio-victor.html

2011

Carson (Lord)
Marjoribancks, Edward. The Life of Lord Carson. 1932. (Wilde, etc.).


Carteret
Williams, Basil. Carteret and Newcastle. Cambridge, 1943.


Carwin
Downes, Paul. "Constitutional Secrets: 'Memoirs of Carwin' and the Politics of Concealment." Criticism 39.1 (Winter 1997): 89-118.*

Cary, Lettice
Duncon, John. The Returns of Spiritual Comfort, etc. 1648. (Life of Lettice Cary).

Casado (Colonel)
Casas, Alfonso. "El golpe de Casado." El muletón 5.


Casanova, Rafael (1660-1743)

Spanish jurist, leader of Barcelonese army during the War of succession, Catalanist icon from the 19th century.

"Rafael Casanova." Wikipedia: La enciclopedia libre.

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rafael_Casanova

2010


Case, Elizabeth Canning.
Bueno, Lillian de la Torre. "Elizabeth is Missing." Biography. (Elizabeth Canning Case). 1945.


Cassander

Political leader in Macedonia, fl. 323 BC.




Castel Barrabés, Miguel
Iglesias, María Antonia. Maestros de la República: Los otros santos, los otros mártires. Prologues by José Mª Maravall, Xosé Manuel Beiras, Santiago Carrillo, Luis Mateo Díez, Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira, Manuel Vicent, Joaquín Leguina, Javier Cercas, Félix Grande, Almudena Grandes and Luis García Montero. Madrid: La Esfera de los Libros, 2006. 6th rpt. 2006.* (On Arximiro Rico, Ceferino Farfante and Balbina Gayo, Bernardo Pérez Manteca, Miguel Castel Barrabés, José María Morante Benlloch, Gerardo Muñoz Muñoz, Severiano Núñez García, Teófilo Azabal Molina, Carmen Lafuente, José Rodríguez Aniceto, all murdered at the start of the Spanish Civil War).


Castilla, Gabriel de
Audio
"Españoles olvidados: Gabriel de Castilla, descubridor de la Antártida." EsRadio 16 Nov. 2013.*

http://esradio.libertaddigital.com/fonoteca/2013-11-16/espanoles-olvidados-gabriel-de-castilla--descubridor-de-la-antartida-66285.html

2013


Castilla de Cortázar, Inma

Spanish political activist, Vice-President of the Foro Ermua.



Castillo (Teniente)

Spanish military officer, socialist activist, murdered at the onset of Spanish Civil War


"¡Yo maté al Teniente Castillo! Documentos inéditos y secretos." Nueva Historia 2 (1977).

Castillo, Eduardo
Ballarín Aured, Manuel. "De Aguarón al exilio mexicano: Eduardo Castillo." In Comarca Campo de Cariñena, Ed. Alberto Sabio Alcutén. Gobierno de Aragón, 2010.

Castlereagh
Gould, Stephen Jay. "George Canning's Left Buttock and the Origin of Species." In Gould, Bully for Brontosaurus. 1991. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992. 21-31.* (Canning, Castlereagh, Darwin, chance).

_____. "La nalga izquierda de George Canning y el origen de las especies." In Gould, "Brontosaurus" y la nalga del ministro. Trans. Joandomènec Ros. (Biblioteca Divulgación Científica). Barcelona: Planeta DeAgostini, 2008. 21-33.*




Castro, Inés de
Internet resources
"Inés de Castro." Wikipedia: La enciclopedia libre

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/In%C3%A9s_de_Castro

2014

Literature
Behn, Aphra. trans. Agnes de Castro: Or, the Force of Generous Love. By J. V. Brilhac. (Mlle. de Brilhac). In Three Stories, viz. Oroonoko; or, the Royal Slave; The Fair Jilt, and Agnes de Castro. Novellas. 1688.

_____. Agnes de Castro: Or, the Force of Generous Love. Excerpt in Lay by Your Needles Ladies, Take the Pen: Writing Women in England 1500-1700. Ed. Suzanne Trill et al. London: Arnold, 1997. 282-90.*



Castro Sarmento, Jacob de
Barnett, Richard. Dr Jacob de Castro Sarmento and Sephardim in Medical Practice in 18th Century. Offprint. London, 1982 (Contains also the text of a rare play, Jerusalem Infirmary).

Catherine of Aragon

First wife of Henry VIII


Perera y Prats, Arturo. "Esbozos para una biografía de Catalina de Aragón." ES 6 (1976): 47-80.

Cavendish family
Pearson, John. Serpents and Stags: The Story of the House of Cavendish and the Dukes of Devonshire. London: Macmillan, 1983.


Cavendish
Silverberg, Robert. The Longest Voyage: Circumnavigators in the Age of Discovery. Ohio UP, c. 1998. (Magellan, Drake, Cavendish, Noort, Spilbergen, Schouten, Le Mair).


Cazalla family

Menéndez Pelayo, Marcelino. "IV.vii. El luteranismo en Valladolid y otras partes de Castilla la Vieja. Don Carlos de Seso. Fray Domingo de Rojas. Los Cazallas." In Menéndez Pelayo, Historia de los Heterodoxos Españoles. 5th ed., rpt. Madrid: BAC, 1998. 1.930-68.*




Cenci family
Literature
Shelley, Percy Bysshe. The Cenci. Tragedy. 1820. In Shelley's Poetry and Prose. Ed. Donald H. Reiman and Sharon B. Powers. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1977. 236-301.*
Cenci, Beatrice
Internet resources
"Beatrice Cenci." From Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beatrice_Cenci

2014
Cervantes y Gaete, Gaspar

Kinsman of Miguel de Cervantes, created cardinal 1570.


Céspedes, Elena

Mulatto, physician, hermaphrodite, 16th c., judged by the Inquisition.


Sánchez Vidal, Agustín. Esclava de nadie. Novel. (Premio Novela Histórica Ciudad de Zaragoza 2011).

Chamberlain, Austen (Sir) (1863-1937)

Sir Joseph Austen Chamberlain, British statesman, Nobel Peace Prize 1925.



Chamberlain, Joseph (1836-1914)

British statesman, father of Sir Austen Chamberlain and Neville Chamberlain.


Powell, J. Enoch. Joseph Chamberlain. London: Thames & Hudson, 1977.

Chamberlain, Wilt (b. 1936)

Wilton Norman Chamberlain, US basketball player.



Chamusso, Patrick

Leading member of the ANC, armed fighter or terrorist against South African apartheid


Films
Catch a Fire. Dir. Phillip Noyce. Script by Shawn Slovo. Cast: Tim Robbins, Derek Luke, Bonnie Henna, Mncedesi Shabangu, Tumisho K. Masha, Sithembiso Khumalo, Terry Pheto, Michele Burgers, Mpho Lovinga, Mxo, Jessica Anstey, Charlotte Savage. Photog. Ron Fortunato and Garry Phillips. Musiv by Philip Miller. Prod. des. Johnny Breedt. Ed. Jill Bilcock. Dir. USA / France / UK / South Africa, 2006.* (On Patrick Chamusso). (Spanish title: Atrapa el fuego).

Charles (Prince)

Prince of Spain, son of Philip II; officially deranged.


Fernández Álvarez, Manuel. El príncipe rebelde. Madrid: Espasa Calpe.
Music
Verdi, Giuseppe. Don Carlo. Opera. Premiere of the French version at the Opera of Paris, 11 March 1867; Italian version at La Scala, Milan, 10 Jan. 1884.

_____. Don Carlo. Carlo Bergonzi, Renata Tebaldi, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau. Orchestra & Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden / Sir Georg Solti. 2 CDs. (Giuseppe Verdi, Edición Centenario). Barcelona: Decca / RBA, 2001.*




Chaves, Manuel

Spanish socialist politician, president of PSOE and of Junta de Andalucía, tried for massive corruption.


Vilanueva, Nati. "El Supremo imputa formalmente a Chaves y Griñán por prevaricación en el caso ERE." ABC 25 June 2015.*

http://www.abc.es/espana/20150625/abci-supremo-suplicatorio-201506251352.html

2015


Internet resources
"Manuel Chaves." Wikipedia: La enciclopedia libre.*

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manuel_Chaves

2015


Chekhova, Olga

Beevor, Antony. El misterio de Olga Chejova. Barcelona: Crítica, 2004.



Chennault
Hiferman, R. Los Tigres Voladores: Chennault en China. (Historia del siglo de la violencia - Armas). Madrid: San Martín.


Chiang Kai-Shek (Madame)


Wife of Chiang Kai-Shek, Chinese Nationalist Generalissimo, ruler of Taiwan after the Chinese Revolution, d. 2003 at 105; corrupt and Westernizing.
Churchill family
Rowse, A. L. The Early Churchills.

Churchill, John, 1st Duke of Marlborough (1650-1722)
Churchill, Winston (Sir). Marlborough. 4 vols. 1933-8.; re-issued, 2 vols., 1947.

Jones, J. R. Marlborough. (British Lives). Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1993.


Databases


The Emerging Tradition 1500-1700. 19 vols. (English Letters). Database. Intelex / Oxford UP, 2004. (Correspondence and papers from Thomas Cromwell, Thomas Wilson, Thomas Bodley, Walter Raleigh, Henry Wotton, Elias Ashmole, Andrew Marvell, Dorothy Osborne, Anne Conway, Samuel Pepys, John Churchill Duke of Marlborough, from Oxford UP).

http://www.nlx.oup.com

2004.


Internet resources

"John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.*



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Churchill,_1st_Duke_of_Marlborough

2013

Literature
Arbuthnot, John. The History of John Bull. Political satire. 1712. (Vs. Marlborough).

_____. The History of John Bull. 1712. Ed.Herman Teerink. Amsterdam: H. J. Paris, 1925.

Pope, Alexander. "Upon the Duke of Marlborough's House at Woodstock." In The Poetical Works of Pope. Ed A. W. Ward. London: Macmillan, 1879. 488-89.*

Swift, Jonathan. "The Fable of Midas." In The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. Ed. Sir Walter Scott. Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Co., 1824. 12.302-5. (Against Marlborough).

_____. "The Fable of Midas." Luminarium

http://www.luminarium.org/eightlit/swift/midas.htm

2013


_____. "A Satirical Elegy On the Death of a late Famous General." (Marlborough). 1722. In The Writings of Jonathan Swift. Ed. Robert A. Greenberg and William Bowman Piper. (Norton Critical Edition). New York: Norton, 1973. 528-29.*

Cinna

Mommsen, Theodor. Historia de Roma. Trans. A. García Moreno. Rev. Luis Alberto Romero; prologue by F. Fernández y González. (Grandes Obras de la Cultura). Barcelona: RBA Coleccionables, 2005.* (Vol. III).



Cisneros, Gabriel

Spanish politician, helped write the 1979 Constitution, MP for the Partido Popular, vice-President of the Congress, d. 2007.




Clairmont, Claire. (1798-1879)

Daughter of Mary Jane Clairmont by her first marriage, fell in love with Lord Byron and eloped with him to the Continent, bore him a daughter, Allegra.



Clairmont, Mary Jane. (1766-1841)
2nd wife of William Godwin, mother of Claire Clairmont.


Clarence (Lionel, Duke of)

Third son of Edward III.


Shakespeare, William. The Tragedy of Richard the Third, Containing, His treacherous Plots against his brother Clarence: the pittiefull murther of his innocent nephewes: his tyrannicall usurpation: with the whole course of his detested life, and most deserved death. As it hath beene lately Acted by the Right honourable the Lord Chamberlaine his servants. Quarto. 1597.
See also Shakespare: Richard III.


Claverhouse. See Graham, John.

Cleveland (Duchess of)
Cunningham, Peter. Nell Gwyn, together with Mrs Jameson's Lives of the Duchess of Portsmouth and Cleveland. First pub. in Gentleman's Magazine. (Beaux and Belles of England). 1851.


Clifford, Anne (Lady)
Parry, Graham. "Lady Anne Clifford." In Parry, The Seventeenth Century: The Intellectual and Cultural Context of English Literature, 1603-1700. London: Longman, 1989. 78-81.*

Clifford, George (3rd Duke of Cumberland, fl. 1590).

Clitherow
Mush, John. John Mush's Life of Margaret Clitherow. In Morris 1877: 331-440.


Clodius, Publius
Roman, associate of Catiline.


Codrington, Christopher, Jr. (1668-1710)

West Indian planter, Governor of the Leeward Islands. See Calendar of State Papers, Colonial 1701, no. 1132.




Cody, William (Buffalo Bill)

American frontiersman, popular hero and showman, 19th c.


Literature
O'Connor, W. Buffalo Bill. (Colección Iris). Barcelona: Bruguera, c. 1959.
Series
(Buffalo Bill, le héros du Far-west). Novel series. 394 nos, 1907-1914. France: Eichler.


Colom, Ángel.

Spanish politician, late 20th c. Catalan left-wing independentist.


Companys, Lluís
Molares do Val, Manuel. "Companys, asesino asesinado." Crónicas bárbaras 16 Oct. 2015.*

http://cronicasbarbaras.blogs.com/crnicas_brbaras/2015/10/companys-asesino-asesinado.html

2015
Internet resources

"Lluís Companys." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.*

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llu%C3%ADs_Companys

2015
Compton, Spencer (Sir) (1673-1743)

Speaker of the House of Commons, Lord Privy Seal under Walpole, Earl of Wilmington 1730.

Condé (Prince of) (1621-86).

French nobleman and general.



Corbet, Margaret
Wilkinson, Henry . "The Life and Death of Mrs. Margaret Corbet, who Dyed Anno Christi, 1656." From Lives of Ten Eminent Divines. By Samuel Clarke. 1662. Excerpt in Lay by Your Needles Ladies, Take the Pen: Writing Women in England 1500-1700. Ed. Suzanne Trill et al. London: Arnold, 1997. 211-16.*


Corday, Charlotte


18th-c. Frenchwoman, murdered revolutionary leader Marat in his bathtub; executed.
Fiction
Dumas, Alexandre. "La bofetada de Carlota Corday." In Felices pesadillas: Los mejores relatos de terror aparecidos en Valdemar (1987-2003). Madrid: Valdemar, 2003. 111-16.*


Cornelia
Ferenczi, Sandor. "Cornelia, la madre de los Gracos." 1919. In Ferenczi, Psicoanálisis. Madrid: Espasa-Calpe, 1981. 2.421-4.

Corro, Antonio del

Menéndez Pelayo, Marcelino. "IV.x. Protestantes españoles fuera de España en los siglos XVI y XVII." In Menéndez Pelayo, Historia de los Heterodoxos Españoles. 5th ed., rpt. Madrid: BAC, 2000. 2.87-144. (Juan Pérez de Pineda, Casiodoro de Reina, Reinaldo González Montano, Antonio del Corro, Cipriano de Valera, Adrián Saravia, Juan Nicolás y Sacharles, Fernando de Tejeda, Melchor Román y Ferrer, Aventrot, Montealegre, Miguel de Montserrate, Jaime Salgado, Mena (ex SJ), Juan Ferreira de Almeida, Juan de Luna).



Natalia Cossío Jiménez
Valente, José Ángel. "Elegía: a una joven Diana y a Alberto Jiménez Fraud." In Valente, Obras completas, II: Ensayos. Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores / Galaxia Gutenberg, cop. 2008. 1256-58. (Natalia Cossío Jiménez).

Cotton, Robert
Sharpe, K. Sir Robert Cotton, 1586-1631: History and Politics in Early Modern England. Oxford, 1969.


Cotton, Robert Bruce (Sir)
Mirrless, Hope. A Fly in Amber: An extravagant biography of the romantic antiquary Sir Robert Bruce Cotton. Faber, 1962.

Craggs, James
Pope, Alexander. "Epistle to James Craggs, Esq / Secretary of State." In The Poetical Works of Pope. Ed A. W. Ward. London: Macmillan, 1879. 448-49.*

_____. "On James Craggs, Esq. In Westminster-Abbey." Epitaph. In The Poetical Works of Pope. Ed A. W. Ward. London: Macmillan, 1879. 457.*




E. B. Cowell
FitzGerald, Edward. "Letter to E. B. Cowell." 1859. In Douglas Robinson, Western Translation Theory: From Herodotus to Nietzsche. Manchester: St. Jerome, 1997.*
Cranfield, Lionel
Prestwich, Menna. Cranfield: Politics and Profits under the Early Stuarts. Oxford, 1966.

Crashaw, Elizabeth
The Honour of Vertue . . . Mrs Elizabeth Crashawe, Who dyed in child-birth and was buried in Whit-Chappel: Octob. 8. 1620. In the 24 yeare of her age. Excerpt in Half Humankind. Ed. Henderson and McManus. 343-50.

Cravens, Margaret

Patron to Ezra Pound.



Crawley
Waller, Edmund. (Parliamentary oration vs. Crawley). (Best-seller).


James Crichton

Scottish swordsman and popular hero, 1560-82.


Literature
Urquhart, Thomas (Sir). Ekskubalauron, or The Discovery of a Most Exquisite Jewel. 1652.
Crispe family
Porter, R. "The Crispe Family and the African Trade." Journal of African History 9 (1968): 57-77. (Cormantine).

Croesus (d. 546 BC)

King of Lydia, 560-546 BC.

Literature
Alexander Wiliam. Darius. Croesus. Tragedies. London, 1604.

Cromartie (Earl of)

Jacobite conspirator, executed 1746.




Crompton, Samuel

Invents spinning mule 1779




Cronkite, Walter

Major US journalist and TV presenter, d. 2009 at 92.



Cruyff, J.
Barend, Frits, and Henk van Dorp. Ajax Barcelona Cruyff: The ABC of an obstinate maestro. 1997, trans. from the Dutch. London: Bloomsbury, c. 1999.

Curius, Marcus.

Legendary Roman hero.



Curius Dentatus, Manius. (3rd century BC).

Roman consul.



Cyrus (d. 401 BC)

Younger son of Darius II of Persia; brother of Artaxerxes.


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