The Latin American short story: a critical history

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Twayne Publishers, 1983 - Literary Criticism - 160 pages
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A collection of critical essays that deal with the evolution of the short story in Latin America from colonial times to the present.

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Contents

MAJOR FIGURES IN THE BRAZILIAN SHORT STORY
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THE SPANISH AMERICAN SHORT STORY FROM
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QUIROGA TO BORGES
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Cesar Vallejo (1892a1938) published his first book of poems, "Los Heraldos Negros," in 1919. He spent most of his life in Europe and died in dire poverty in Paris.
Margaret Sayers Peden is a recipient of the Gregory Kolovakos Award for Translation from the PEN Foundation and a translator of more than thirty books by authors including Isabel Allende, Pablo Neruda, and Octavio Paz.
Ilan Stavans is a professor at Amherst College and the author of several books, including "On Borrowed Words,

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