The Latin American Short Story

The Latin American Short Story

Author: Daniel Balderston

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: STANFORD:36105004447335

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 529

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The enormous body of short story anthologies from the 19 countries of Spanish America and Brazil testifies to their importance for writers, editors, readers, and, especially, for schools and universities, teachers and students. This volume for the first time gathers this mass of material and organizes it for systematic study. The main section comprises annotated listings of 1302 short story anthologies from Latin America in general, from regions, and from each nation. For most entries a full listing of contents is provided along with brief commentary. A second section, organized in parallel fashion, consists of annotated bibliography of criticism of the short story. Indexes provide access to authors of stories, critics, titles of the critical works, and themes.
The Latin American Short Story
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Pages: 529
Authors: Daniel Balderston
Categories: Literary Criticism
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