This Spanish-language anthology contains selections by 45 Latin-American authors. It is intended as a text for upper division Latin American literature survey courses. The anthology presumes a high level of linguistic command of Spanish, and it contains footnotes to allusions and cultural references, as well as words and phrases not found in standard bilingual dictionaries used in the US. Emphasis is on major 20th-century writers, while important works from colonial and 19th-century literature as also included.
The diverse selections of Literature Hispanoamericana will enable students to have a more sustained exposure to major voices of Latin American literature than possible in anthologies built around fragments. By focusing on fewer authors but more significant selections from their writings, students will have a greater grasp of major canonical figures as well as emergent voices.
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This Handbook offers separate essays on all Latin American countries, including French and Creole Haiti and Portuguese Brazil. Now thoroughly revised, expanded, and updated, this new edition also features three new chapters on the writings of the principal Hispanic groups in the United States, film, and paraliterature. Each essay concludes with an annotated bibliography of major reference sources that serves as a handy checklist for collection development and in-depth research. A foreward and index of names are included.Language Notes:
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