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ISBN:068418463X
Author: Sole
ISBN13: 978-0684184630
Title: Latin American Writers - 3 volume set
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons; 1 edition (August 2, 1989)
Pages: 1497

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A collection of biographical and critical essays on Latin American writers by scholars from the . Latin America, and Europe. Covers chroniclers, novelists, poets, journalists, and playwrights from the sixteenth century to the present.

International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0684185970 (v. 1). International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0684185989 (v. 2). International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0684185997 (v. 3). System Control Number: (Sirsi) 3046918. Physical Description: 3 v. (lxxvi, 1497 . ;, 29 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographies and indexes. Personal Name: Solé, Carlos A. Personal Name: Abreu, Maria Isabel.

The American Writers book series, a collection of critical and biographical articles, now covers 219 notable authors from the 17th century to the present day. Signed essays of 12-15 pages in length, by noted scholars, provide thought-provoking insights into the lives, careers, and works. The essays are written in an appealing style, include numerous quotations, and conclude with bibliographies for further study.

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Topics covered include key ideas and issues, religious and political leaders, primary ceremonies, mythic figures, and related cultural subjects, such as basketry, whaling, farming, and bison hunting, which have religious significance for Native peoples. Contributors include noted scholars of American Indian religious culture, including many who come from tribal traditions and can offer valuable insights and observations from their personal experience. Скачать (pdf, . 2 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

The new three-volume Encyclopedia of Revolutionary America is the definitive reference to everything students need to know about this pivotal moment in American history. Written by a preeminent scholar in the field, with a foreword by the esteemed Gary B. Nash, this comprehensive A-to-Z encyclopedia not only includes discussion of the continental . but contains coverage of the Atlantic world and the North American continent as well. Black-and-white illustrations, an index, and appendixes round out the insightful resource.

This set presents more than 4,000 entries that document "social, political and cultural developments. from the 1920s to the present da. Except for an initial series of articles that survey each decade, the work is in straight dictionary format. Articles range in length from a short paragraph to several two-columned pages. A "Thematic Entry List" groups articles by countries, from Antigua to Virgin Islands, and categories, from "Architecture" to "Writers. This is supplemented by a more expansive general index. With its emphasis on contemporary culture, the set complements Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture (Scribner, 1996). For ready-reference and introductory information, it should be considered by larger public libraries, community college libraries, and academic libraries with introductory courses on Latin America.

Book on Latin American Writers. ISBN13:9780684185996. Release Date:August 1989. Publisher:Cengage Gale.

Latin American literature. The nineteenth century was the The book is divided into three parts. The first analyzes the time of the writer-statesman, and since women were excluded role of the storyteller in Benjamin, Borges, Wells and Vargas from the public sphere, to speak of a woman writer was to Llosa. The second traces the archaeology of personal voices postulate an antinomy. To overcome this limitation, women in Cortazar's "Cefalea

This is the first collection of bio-critical essays on Latin American writers by scholars from the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. It includes over 176 chroniclers, novelists, poets, journalists, and playwrights from the 16th century to the present in a 3-vol. set.