El Lazarillo de ciegos caminantes desde Buenos-Ayres, hasta Lima

año de 1773 [i.e. 1775 or 1776]
Signatures: [par.]-3[par.]⁴ 4[par.]⁴ (-4[par.]4) B-3G⁴ 3[H]⁴ 3I-3N⁴ (4[par.]3 verso, 2D4, 3N4 verso blank)

Not foliated or paginated

Concolorcorvo was the pseudonym of Calixto Bustamante Carlos, Inca, which in turn was the nom de plume of Alonso Carrió de la Vandera, whose dates modern scholarship has established as 1715-1783. Regarding the true identity of the author, the uncontested place of publication, and probable year of publication of this underground press work, see the discussion in: (1) Vargas Ugarte ; (2) José J. Real Díaz, "Don Alonso Carrió de la Bandera autor del Lazarillo de ciegos caminantes," Anuario de estudios americanos, 13 (1956), p. 387-416; (3) the "Introduction de Marcel Bataillon" to the French translation, Itinéraire de Buenos-Aires à Lima (Paris : Institut des Hautes Etudes de l'Amérique Latine, 1961), p. [1]-17; and (4) Félix Alvarez-Brun, "Noticias sobre Carrió de la Vandera, autor del Lazarillo de ciegos caminantes," Caravelle: cahier du monde hispanique et luso-brésilien, 7 (1966), p. 179-188
Local notes
John Carter Brown Library copies 1 and 2 bound in contemporary vellum. Copy 1 tightly bound. Copy 2 lacks folded leaf of tables and has signature leaves V2 and V3 bound between X3 and X4

Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy: Nicolás León: bookplate
0.8X ?
16 cm. (8vo)

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