The Cambridge History of Latin American Literatureby Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria
Pub. Date: 09/28/1996
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature is by far the most comprehensive work of its kind ever written. Its three volumes cover the whole sweep of Latin American literature (including Brazilian) from pre-Colombian times to the present, and contain chapters on Latin American writing in the USA. Volume 3 covers the history of Brazilian literature, from the earliest writing through to the nineteenth- and twentieth-century Portuguese-language traditions; it also contains an extensive bibliographical section in which annotated reading lists relating to the chapters in all three volumes of the History are presented. These bibliographies are a unique feature, further enhancing the work's immense value as a reference tool.
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Table of Contents
List of contributors; General preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction to Volume 2; 1. Modernist poetry Cathy L. Jrade; 2. Modernist prose Aníbal González; 3. The Vanguardia and its implications Hugo J. Verani; 4. The literature of Indigenismo René Prieto; 5. Afro-Hispanic American literature Vera M. Kutzinski; 6. The criollista novel; 7. The novel of the Mexican revolution Carlos J. Alonso; 8. The Spanish American novel from 1950 to 1975 Randolph D. Pope; 9. The Spanish American novel: recent developments, 1975 to 1990 Gustavo Pellón; 10. Spanish American poetry, from 1922 to 1975 José Quiroga; 11. The modern essay in Spanish America José Miguel Oviedo; 12. Literary criticism in Spanish America Aníbal González; 13. The autobiographical narrative Sylvia Molloy; 14. The twentieth-century short story in Spanish America Daniel Balderston; 15. Spanish American theatre in the twentieth century Sandra M. Cypess; 16. Latin American (Hispanic Caribbean) literature written in the United States William Luis; 17. Chicano literature Luis Leal and Manuel M. Martín-Rodríguez; Index.
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