Cultural Diversity in Latin American Literature
"Foster continues the same line of study initiated in 1985 with the publication of Alternative voices in the Latin American narrative (see HLAS 48:5657). Questions body of literary criticism devoted exclusively to the study of major Latin American authors. Seeks to broaden understanding of the history of lettered production in Latin America by examining a more diverse body of works. Studies gay culture, children's and women's literature, and Argentine Jewish theater as representative of a national consciousness. Carefully researched and clearly written"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
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Some Proposals for the Study of Latin American
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