Short fiction by Spanish-American women
This book provides a welcome grouping of Spanish-American short stories written by women, emphasizing their differences as well as similarities. The stories have been chosen for their high quality, originality of subject, richness and variety of language, and relevance to feminist issues. The texts are preceded by an introduction to Spanish-American women's writing and analyses of the stories from a predominantly feminist perspective.
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