THE EMERGENCE OF THE LATIN AMERICAN NOVEL.
Broterston, Gordon.

Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, 1977. viii, 164p., bibl., index, boards, dj Good Hardcover 0521214785 A survey of the modern novel in Latin America. Includes literary analyses of works by some of the internationally acclaimed authors: Miguel Angel Asturias, Juan Carlos Onetti, Alejo Carpentier, Julio Cortázar and Gabriel García Márquez, among others. Includes notes (Item ID: 111665)

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