Index to Translated Short Fiction by Latin American Women in English Language Anthologies

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Kathy S. Leonard
Greenwood Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 120 pages
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During the past 10 years, the situation of women writers in Latin America has dramatically changed as has the interest the reading public has shown in their work. In the United States, the rise of women's studies programs has fostered a heightened awareness of literature written by women. Publishers have noted the growing significance of Latin American women writers and have responded by increasing the availability of the work of these women. Thus many anthologies now include English translations of Latin American short fiction written by women. The inclusion of Latin American short fiction in anthologies has made the work of these women more available to students, but the collections in which particular works appear are sometimes difficult to locate. This reference provides a full listing of these anthologies and the works contained in them.

The first part of the volume contains entries for 165 anthologies published between 1938 and 1996. The entries are arranged alphabetically by editor or author and each provides full bibliographic information and a list of all short stories and novel excerpts by Latin American women authors contained in the work. The nationality of each author is cited parenthetically. These entries are assigned alphanumeric codes, which are cross-referenced in the volume's other indexes. The additional indexes allow the user to locate short fiction by author, country, and title. The volume concludes with a list of bibliographies of Latin American literature in translation.

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Contents

Alphabetical Author Index
51
Authors and Their Works Index
93
Bibliographies of Latin American Literature
119
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About the author (1997)

KATHY S. LEONARD is Associate Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Linguistics at Iowa State University.

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