The Modern Latin American Novel

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Twayne Publishers, 1998 - Literary Criticism - 177 pages
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Series Editor: Herbert Sussman, Northeastern University

The volumes in this series examine significant literary foundations of the novel, by applying the most recent critical approaches: Marxism, feminism, structuralism, and others. Each volume surveys a specific novel-writing tradition, and includes: A chronology listing publication dates of major novels, birth and death dates of novelists, and dates of significant events An introductory overview of the novels and their critical reception A summary of the state of the criticism Primary and secondary source bibliographies

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Review: Critical History of the Novel Series: The Modern Latin American Novel

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Really good introductory book on the development and landmark achievements of the Latin American novel in the mid-20th century. Worhtwhile. Read full review


Introduction to Modernist Fiction
The Novels of Agustin Yanez
The Novels of Alejo Carpentier

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Raymond Leslie Williams is Distinguished Professor of Hispanic Studies at the University of California, Riverside.

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