In this study, David William Foster examines more than two dozen texts that deal with gay and lesbian topics, drawing from them significant insights into the relationship between homosexuality and society in different Latin American countries and time periods.
His groundbreaking study must necessarily be read by all who would examine homosexuality in Latin American literature, in order to shape and/or refine their own ideological and strategical stances.
Drawing from more than two dozen texts, Foster (Spanish, Arizona State U.) offers significant observations about the relationship between homosexuality and society in different Latin American countries and time periods. Paper edition (unseen), $11.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)