7 edition of Latin American literature and its times found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Joyce Moss, Lorraine Valestuk.|
|Series||World literature and its times ;, v. 1|
|Contributions||Valestuk, Lorraine, 1963-|
|LC Classifications||PQ7081 .M625 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxix, 562 p. :|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||99029292|
Latin American art, artistic traditions that developed in Mesoamerica, Central America, and South America after contact with the Spanish and the Portuguese beginning in and , respectively, and continuing to the present. Read more about Latin America’s artists, movements, and media. The background. Though the conditions of pre-Columbian America and 15th-century Iberia are beyond the scope of Latin American history proper, they must be given consideration in that connection. Not only did the geography of precontact America persist, but both the new arrivals and the indigenous inhabitants long retained their respective general characteristics, and it was the fit between.
Spanish books for children, adults and bilingual libraries and education. As such, the region's literature is often associated solely with this style, with the 20th Century literary movement known as Latin American Boom, and with its most famous exponent, Gabriel García Márquez. Latin American literature has a rich and complex tradition of literary production that dates back many centuries. 3.
The Borzoi Anthology of Latin American Literature: From the Time of Columbus to the Twentieth Century (Volume I) Paperback – J by Emir Rodriguez Monegal (Editor), Thomas Colchie (Editor) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price /5(2). When Latin American writers burst onto the world literary scene in the now famous "Boom" of the sixties, it seemed as if an entire literature had invented itself over night out of thin air. Not only was the writing extraordinary but its sudden and spectacular appearance itself seemed magical. In fact, Latin American literature has a long and rich tradition that reaches back to the Colonial 4/5(1).
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There is very little overlap between this volume and its companion set, Literature and its Times (Gale, ). The only drawback to Latin American Literature is that its content is limited to 50 : Joyce Moss, Lorraine Valestuk.
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Latin American literature and its times by Moss, Joyce, Pages: A Companion to Latin American Literature and Culture reflects the changes that have taken place in cultural theory and literary criticism since the latter part of the twentieth century.
Written by more than thirty experts in cultural theory, literary history, and literary criticism, this authoritative and up-to-date reference places major authors in the complex cultural and historical /5(2).
Latin American literature and its times. [Joyce Moss; Lorraine Valestuk] -- "This accessible and useful source is the first of a volume series focusing on major fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from various geographic areas of the world.
Get this from a library. World literature and its times. Vol. 1: Latin American literature and its times. [Joyce Moss; Lorraine Valestuk;] -- Examines the relationship between the political/social climate during which books were written and the works themselves.
This volume focuses on major fiction, poetry and nonfiction from Latin America. Latin American Literature and its Times: Profiles of Notable Literary Works and the Historical Events that Influenced Them (World Literature and its Times, Volume 1) Joyce Moss, Lorraine Valestuk.
Latin American literature consists of the oral and written literature of Latin America (and the Caribbean) in several languages, particularly in Spanish, Portuguese, and. World literature and its times. Volume 1: Latin American literature and its times. [Joyce Moss; Lorraine Valestuk; Thomson Gale (Firm);] -- Examines the relationship between the political/social climate during which books were written and the works themselves.
This volume focuses on major fiction, poetry and nonfiction from Latin America. The 10 best Latin American books of all time The best novels by Latin American authors or set in Latin America from One Hundred Years of Solitude to The Alchemist.
must-read Latin American books from important literary works to recent crime fiction, including novels, short stories, poetry and anthologies. Editor’s note: The original version of this post erroneously included A General Theory of Oblivion by José Eduardo Agualusa. Most of the recent Latin books have been well received by reviewers.
''It's a very fruitful period for writers in Latin America,'' said Mr. Colchie, who formerly taught literature at Brooklyn College. The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature is by far the most comprehensive work of its kind ever written. Its three volumes cover the whole sweep of Latin American literature (including Brazilian) from pre-Colombian times to the present, and contain chapters on Latin American writing in the USA.
Latin American literature - Latin American literature - The 20th century: Eventually the innovations of Modernismo became routine, and poets began to look elsewhere for ways to be original.
The next important artistic movement in Latin America was the avant-garde, or the vanguardia, as it is known in Spanish. This movement reflected several European movements, especially Surrealism.
These books were part of a Latin American tradition of melding mysticism with political commentary, serious criticism hiding between the lines. Jennifer Szalai wrote in The New York Times Book Author: Concepción de León. The antecedents of Latin American literature go back to times before Columbus set foot in Latin America.
The oral traditions of this time period were developed by the indigenous tribes. Mythological and religious elements were at the heart of these traditions and were observed by the Europeans when they arrived and colonized the region.
Latin American literature, the national literatures of the Spanish-speaking countries of the Western Hemisphere.
Historically, it also includes the literary expression of the highly developed American Indian civilizations conquered by the Spaniards. Borges can be seen as the literary grandfather of the “Fantastic” in Latin American literature.
has been called the “miracle year” in Latin American literature since Miguel Asturias was awarded the Noble Prize for literature (for Hombres de Maiz). Gabriela Mistral, a woman, won the Noble prize for literature first — in Moss, Joyce,Valestuk, Lorraine.
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Facundo: Civilization and Barbarism (original Spanish title: Facundo: Civilización y Barbarie) is a book written in by Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, a writer and journalist who became the seventh president of is a cornerstone of Latin American literature: a work of creative non-fiction that helped to define the parameters for thinking about the region's development Author: Domingo Faustino Sarmiento.
Latin American History through its Art and Literature uses 2, years of Latin American history as the organizing theme, and then explores that history through the words of the writer, the brush of the painter, the pen of the cartoonist, and the lens of the photographer.
Child includes the Latin (Spanish/Portuguese), the African, and the indigenous cultural heritages, and shows how these Author: Jack Child.
The Latin American Boom (Spanish: Boom Latinoamericano) was a literary movement of the s and s when the work of a group of relatively young Latin American novelists became widely circulated in Europe and throughout the world.
The Boom is most closely associated with Julio Cortázar of Argentina, Carlos Fuentes of Mexico, Mario Vargas Llosa of Peru, and Gabriel García Márquez of Colombia.Literature has existed in the Americas for as long as the people who lived there have been telling stories.
Native American cultures have a rich history of oral literature. Mayan books from as far back as the 5th century are known, and it is believed that the Maya started writing things down centuries before that. As a specific discipline viewed through the lens of European literature.The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature is by far the most comprehensive work of its kind ever written.
Its three volumes cover the whole sweep of Latin American literature (including Brazilian) from pre-Columbian times to the present, and contain chapters on Latin American writing in the USA. Over forty specialists in North America, Latin America and Britain have contributed to.