Год издания: 2005
Количество страниц: 280
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"A truly comprehensive overview of the Spanish American novel from 1900 to 1999." ? Virginia Quarterly Review "In what undoubtedly will be a very useful guide for students and established scholars alike, Williams presents a panoramic picture of the Latin American novel in the 20th century, a picture that is utterly convincing not only for its impressive breadth but also for the way Williams organizes it. Working with the category of 'the modern' and identifying the various responses to it from novelists throughout the region, the book's five sections span the range from early post-Ruben Darian fiction to post-postmodern novels. In between, Williams presents a succinct and useful reading of both canonical and marginalized but aesthetically relevant writers from all periods. Particularly adroit is his discussion of the hegemony and ulterior demise of masculinist aesthetics as feminist and...