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The Emergence of the Latin American Novel - Gordon Brotherston

The Emergence of the Latin American Novel

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Published: 9th July 1979
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This survey concentrates on the modern novel of Spanish-speaking America. Dr Brotherston starts with a long and suggestive introduction on the general topic 'settings and people', showing the growth of a sense of Latin American identity in the fiction produced in the continent as a whole. There follow detailed studies of individual modern novels, taken as representative of their time, their author, their country and the continent. A conclusion surveys and sums up these themes. The analytical studies of important and representative novels, related to each other in theme and preoccupation, the substantial quotations (in English), the notes and the useful bibliography, make this a book which gives students and other readers a well-considered introduction to the Spanish American fiction of this century.

Preface
Introduction
Settings and people
America's magic forest: Miguel ángel Asturias
The genesis of America: Alejo Carpentier
Survival in the sullied city: Juan Rulfo
Intellectual geography; Juilo Cortázar
Tupac Amaru dismembered: José María Arguedas
Social structures
An end to secular solitude: Gabriel García Márquez
A permanent home?
Notes
Index
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ISBN: 9780521295659
ISBN-10: 0521295653
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 176
Published: 9th July 1979
Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97  x 1.04
Weight (kg): 0.23