Fred F. Jehle
Professor Emeritus of Spanish
Dept. of International Language and Culture Studies
Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne, IN 46805-1499
I retired from teaching June 30, 2003. However, IPFW graciously allows my web
pages to remain available on its server.
Some pages of possible interest:
Looking for information on aspects of Spanish grammar? You might try
the page for my course S210 Second-Year Spanish
Composition; dozens of grammar explanations and exercises (with answers)
can be found there, plus other aids such as an index of topics covered.
The 119 or so forms possible for a typical Spanish verb have you confused?
Maybe the section on Spanish Verb Forms will help,
with complete charts on some 636 verbs.
IPFW Dept. of International Language
and Culture Studies. Info on our department, faculty and staff, programs,
activities, the text of various departmental documents and alumni
newsletters (I no longer serve as webmaster).
Works of Miguel
de Cervantes. All of the Schevill-Bonilla version of Don Quijote
and the Comedias y entremeses (y poesías sueltas) is presently
available, both in old and modernized spelling versions, as well as the
Novelas ejemplares. Hundreds of images are also offered.
Publications of the Cervantes Society
of America. The tables of of contents (with abstracts) for all issues
of the journal Cervantes, and the complete text of hundreds of
articles/notes/reviews (items published in the journal have
been posted on line, but this is no longer an official site).
for the H-Cervantes (Humanities-Net) listserv, with access to logs of on-line
discussions (I no longer serve as the webmaster for the site).
Anthology of Spanish
Poetry, also available in
Spanish. Dozens of poems
in Spanish, with information on metrical form for each one.
de Polifemo y Galatea, one of Góngora's most famous poems; this
version features calligraphy and audio by Prof. Eric Vogt.