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"Study examines class, race, and gender in literature, concentrating on 1950s. Offers comparison with European writers, which helps to illuminate our understanding of Julieta Campos, Luisa Valenzuela, Cristina Peri Rosi, Helena Perente Cunha, Rigoberta Menchâu, Domitila Barrios, and Carolina Marâia de Jesus"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
1. Latin-American Women/Women in Latin America
2. "To Build Bridges"
3. "Man's Love . . .'Tis Woman's Whole Existence"
4. Arms and Letters: The Power of the Word
5. "To Build New Worlds"
6. Indigenista and Testimonio Literature: "Let Me Speak"