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Title: Miguel Delibes
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Publication Date: 1999
Book Condition: Good
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Miguel Delibes (1920- ) is one of Spain's most important post Civil War narrators. Since his first novel was published in 1948, his writing has matured and many of his works have been acclaimed by critics.
Miguel Delibes is an exhaustive survey of the bibliographic material generated by Miguel Delibes' writings. It provides the scholar with quick access to a panoramic view of what has been written by and about Delibes.
"The bibliography proper is divided into three sections: Delibes' writings, criticism which Meyers classifies as 'scholarly' (books, articles, chapters in books) and other critical commentary (dissertations, interviews, surveys, book reviews). The task of classification and documentation of such disparate areas would itself make this volume useful, but each entry is accompanied by an invaluable summary and critical commentary."
―BULLETIN OF HISPANIC STUDIES
Glenn G. Meyers (J.D., M.A., Ph.D.) has been a practicing attorney since 1973. For some of that time, he exclusively represented Colorado's primarily hispanic migrant farm workers. He returned to graduate school while practicing law, and received both his M.A. and Ph.D. in Spanish literature.
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