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Women's Voices from Latin America: Interviews with Six Contemporary Authors

Women's Voices from Latin America: Interviews with Six Contemporary Authors

Women`s Voices from Latin America: Interviews with Six Contemporary Authors (ISBN10: 0814319629; ISBN13: 9780814319628)
ISBN13: 978-0814319628
ISBN10: 0814319629
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Published: 11/28/1987
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For this collection of interviews with Armonía Somers, Griselda Gambaro, Julieta Campos, Elvira Orphée, Luisa Valenzuela, and the now deceased Marta Traba, Evelyn Picon Garfield chose six outstandin ...show moreg authors who have made a significant contribution to prose fiction in Latin America. Each interview, translated by the author into English, is preceded by a biographical sketch of each of the women as well as a brief critical introduction to her work which places it within the context of Latin America's rich literary and cultural heritage. Discussed are such topics as the relationships between men and women, politics, civil strife, passivity, social change, and the explorations of individual and national identities. ...show less
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