THE MODERN CULTURE OF LATIN AMERICA: SOCIETY AND THE ARTIST.
London: Pall Mall Press, 1967. 1st ed. 8vo, bds, 339 p., dust jacket, photos, bibl., index. Used; Good Hardcover Examines the role of the artist in giving societies national identities in times of social and political turmoil. Specifically, it examines how artists show a sensitivity to social ills in their artistic pieces. Includes references and poetical excerpts (Item ID: 41657)