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Keller, John Esten and Richard P. Kinkade
Iconography and Literature - Alfonso himself in Cantiga 209
Hispania (USA) 66 (1983), 348-52; rpt in Collectanea Hispanica: Folklore and Brief Narrative Studies by John Esten Keller, ed. D.P. Seniff (Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 1987), 220-9.
Snow 2007rn"The text of CSM 209 is given in the original (Mettmann's ed.) and in English prose translation. The text of the article concentrates on the narrative aspect of both text and miniatures (not always identical) and describes each of the six panels (a color plate is included). The significance of this study is its highlighting the biography — and possible autobiography — involved in the making of this account."
209 - King Alfonso is Healed by the Virgin’s Book