A bibliographical guide to Spanish American literature: twentieth-century sources

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Greenwood Press, 1988 - Literary Criticism - 381 pages
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This major bibliographic work reflects the significant interest in Latin American literature as a creative force in the world today. Rela who has provided Latin American bibliography with many ground-breaking contributions, has created a single, comprehensive reference work for serious scholarship on Latin American literature with sources through 1986. Among the criteria used to determine which authors and works would be included are originality, critical appraisal, and the interest the work held for professors, researchers, and students. The works are divided into general sections; each section is broken down by country and by genre (poetry, prose fiction, drama, essay) and annotations are provided for many works. The book concludes with an author index.

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Contents

BIBLI0GRAPHIES
1
DICTI0NARIES
25
National nos 31101 8
31
National nos 5761273
115
Colombia nos 782822
140
Cuba nos 834899
147
Dominican Republic nos 900913
156
Nicaragua nos 10711074
177
Uruguay nos 11941205
194
ANTH0L0GIES
207
National nos 14221884
240
Bolivia nos 14671488
251
Dominican Republic nos 16131630
274
Nicaragua nos 17411760
291
Author Index
317
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About the author (1988)

WALTER RELA is currently Director of Research and Advanced Studies in American Literature at the Catholic University of Uruguay.

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