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by Julio Ortega,Carlos Fuentes

ePub Picador Book of Latin American Stories download
Author:
Julio Ortega,Carlos Fuentes
ISBN13:
978-0330339544
ISBN:
0330339540
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Publisher:
Macmillan Pub Ltd (June 1, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Short Stories & Anthologies
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1700 kb
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1754 kb
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Rating:
4.4
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The authors, from 11 Latin American nations (Mexico is represented by 11), include 28 who . Short stories have always played an important role in Latin American literary history as provocative little mirrors reflecting important cultural traits distinctive to Latin America.

The authors, from 11 Latin American nations (Mexico is represented by 11), include 28 who are living and six women. Their work is at times powerful, engaging, and unsettling, and all are examples of a literary tradition unbound by nation, ethnicity, gender, or generation. The form is widely practiced by Latin American writers, who often have devoted their entire careers to it, and the form is greatly appreciated by critics and the reading public alike.

Author: Carlos Fuentes, Julio Ortega ISBN 10: 0330339540. Used-like N : The book pretty much look like a new book. There will be no stains or markings on the book, the cover is clean and crisp, the book will look unread, the only marks there may be are slight bumping marks to the edges of the book where it may have been on a shelf previously. Read full description. See details and exclusions. The Picador Book of Latin American Stories by Pan Macmillan (Hardback, 1998). Pre-owned: lowest price.

A solid collection of 39 stories covering an approximate half-century's worth of fiction variously illustrative of the conflicting principles (cited in Fuentes's prefatory essay "The .

A solid collection of 39 stories covering an approximate half-century's worth of fiction variously illustrative of the conflicting principles (cited in Fuentes's prefatory essay "The Storyteller") of "immediate effect" espoused by Argentinean Julio Cortázar and "interrelated narrative constellations" as practiced by his countryman Jorge Luis Borges.

Stories from Latin Americans' modern golden age. KEVIN BAXTER. But then, as Ortega makes clear in his introduction, this book was never meant to define the Latin American short story today, nor to track its trajectory. Published 6:30 am CST, Sunday, January 7, 2001. The vintage book of latin american stories. And in that it succeeds marvelously. Kevin Baxter wrote this for the Miami Herald.

Carlos Fuentes, Julio Ortega. In The Vintage Book of Latin American Stories, Julio Ortega and Carlos Fuentes present the most compelling short fiction from Mexico to Chile. Surreal, poetic, naturalistic, urbane, peasant-born: All styles intersect and play, often within a single piece. There is "The Handsomest Drown Man in the World," the García Márquez fable of a village overcome by the power of human beauty; "The Aleph," Borges' classic tale of a man who discovers, in a colleague's cellar, the Universe

A leading figure of the Latin American Boom, the writer and essayist Carlos Fuentes was part of a flourishing . Fuentes is still writing today, and contributes essays to various publications

A leading figure of the Latin American Boom, the writer and essayist Carlos Fuentes was part of a flourishing continental literary movement in the 1960’s and 1970’s. Fuentes is still writing today, and contributes essays to various publications. He remains a significant figure in the emergence of experimental Latin American fiction in the 20th Century. How Latin America's Six Nobel Laureates Shaped the Continent's Literary Scene. Mexico’s Finest Contemporary Writers: Tracing a Cultural Renaissance. Tracing the Literary Travels of Ernest Hemingway.

One of the late Carlos Fuentes's final projects, this compendium of his criticism traces the evolution of the Latin American novel from the discovery of America to the present day. Combining historical perspective with personal and often opinionated interpretation, Fuentes gives us a tour from. Combining historical perspective with personal and often opinionated interpretation, Fuentes gives us a tour from Machado de Assis to Borges and beyond.

This collection of stories from Latin America features such authors as Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The tales cover a multitude of lives, and tell of unrequited love and conmen, humour and magic.