María Luisa Bombal: apreciaciones críticas

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Editorial Bilingüe, 1987 - Literary Criticism - 280 pages
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Underrecognized in her own lifetime, the works of Maria Luisa Bombal have been increasingly read and understood as keys to the development of feminist styles, thematics, and thought. This volume includes a collection of scholarly analyses of her creative production, a contextualization of her work and its significance within Latin American letters and feminist literature, and a comprehensive bibliography of both primary and secondary texts.

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Marjorie Agos n is professor of Spanish at Wellesley College. She is well-known as a poet and activist and is the author or editor of numerous books.

Joy Renjilian-Burgy holds an AB from Mount Holyoke College, and an AM and ABD from Harvard University. She has been a faculty member at Wellesley College for over 20 years, where she has taught all levels of Spanish language, as well as Caribbean Literature and Culture and Hispanic Literature of the United States. At Wellesley, she also teaches courses on foreign language methodology. She is co-editor of the Houghton Mifflin reader, "album" and a nationally recognized pedagogical leader. She is currently president of the AATSP (American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese).

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