Literature of Latin America / Rafael Ocasio.

By: Ocasio, RafaelContributor(s): Gale GroupMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Gale virtual reference libraryLiterature as windows to world cultures: Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xix, 230 p.)ISBN: 9780313058240 (electronic book); 0313058245 (electronic book)Subject(s): Latin American literature -- History and criticism | Latin American fiction -- History and criticism | Authors, Latin American | Women authors, Latin American | Ethnicity -- Latin America | Ethnicity in literatureAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Literature of Latin America.DDC classification: 860.998 LOC classification: PQ7081Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Writing about the Americas: from the colonial period to the nineteenth century -- Latin America's twentieth-century literature: historical movements and landscapes -- The coming of age of modern Latin American literature: the boom -- Women writers: new perspectives on Latin America -- Writing about cultural, ethnic, and religious identities -- Chronology of historic events in Latin American culture -- Index.
Summary: Offers a historical and critical overview of the development of key movements in Latin American fiction from writers of the early twentieth century to contemporary authors. Includes writers who are exponents of particular elements of Latin American cultures and civilizations, representing peoples from a number of countries and regions.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Writing about the Americas: from the colonial period to the nineteenth century -- Latin America's twentieth-century literature: historical movements and landscapes -- The coming of age of modern Latin American literature: the boom -- Women writers: new perspectives on Latin America -- Writing about cultural, ethnic, and religious identities -- Chronology of historic events in Latin American culture -- Index.

Offers a historical and critical overview of the development of key movements in Latin American fiction from writers of the early twentieth century to contemporary authors. Includes writers who are exponents of particular elements of Latin American cultures and civilizations, representing peoples from a number of countries and regions.

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