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eBook Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes: A Bio-Critical Sourcebook ePub

by David William Foster

  • ISBN: 0313284792
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: David William Foster
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Greenwood (November 7, 1994)
  • Pages: 544
  • ePub book: 1935 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1555 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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this sourcebook was very well conceived and executed. Certainly the lists of works and pertinant literary criticism found at the end of each entry will be very useful for.

Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely .

Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored. This reference fills this gap by providing more than a hundred alphabetically arranged entries for Latin American authors who have treated gay or lesbian material in their works. The book includes entries for men and women, and for authors from Latin American countries as well as Latino writers from the United States. The entries are written by roughly 60 expert contributors from Latin America, the . DAVID WILLIAM FOSTER is Regent's Professor of Spanish at Arizona State University, where he is Director of Spanish Graduate Studies. DAVID WILLIAM FOSTER is Regent's Professor of Spanish at Arizona State University, where he is Director of Spanish Graduate Studies

Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored. He has published extensively on Hispanic literature, with an emphasis on narrative and theater in Argentina and on Latin American popular culture.

Homoerotic themes and undercurrents in Latin American literary works have been largely ignored. This reference explores the importance of gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature by providing entries for more than a hundred authors. Each entry assesses and analyzes homoerotic elements in the work of a particular author and closes with a bibliography of primary a Homoerotic themes and undercurrents in Latin American literary works have been largely ignored. The volume pays particular attention to the difficulty of ascribing North American critical perspectives to Latin American authors, and studies these authors within the larger context of Latin American culture.

David William Foster. Publications citing this paper. Showing 1-2 of 2 citations. Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored

David William Foster. Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored. Each entry explores the significance of gay and lesbian themes in a particular author's writings and closes with a bibliography of primary and secondary sources.

DAVID WILLIAM FOSTER is Regent's Professor of Spanish at Arizona State University, where he is. .

DAVID WILLIAM FOSTER is Regent's Professor of Spanish at Arizona State University, where he is Director of Spanish Graduate Studies. His previous Greenwood Press books are Peruvian Literature: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources (1981) and Puerto Rican Literature: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources (1981)

Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored.

This reference book examines the prominence of gay and lesbian themes in the works of Spanish writers and thus illuminates the homoerotic element in Spanish culture from the medieval period to the twentieth century

This reference book examines the prominence of gay and lesbian themes in the works of Spanish writers and thus illuminates the homoerotic element in Spanish culture from the medieval period to the twentieth century. The volume presents entries for more than 50 Spanish writers, such as Federico García Lorca, Ignatius of Loyola, Juan de la Cruz, Miguel de Unamuno, María de Zayas, and Esther Tusqueto

Gay and lesbian themes in Latin American literature have been largely ignored. This reference fills this gap by providing more than a hundred alphabetically arranged entries for Latin American authors who have treated gay or lesbian material in their works. Each entry explores the significance of gay and lesbian themes in a particular author's writings and closes with a bibliography of primary and secondary sources.

The figures included have a professed gay identity, or have written on gay or lesbian themes in either a positive or negative way, or have authored works in which a gay sensibility can be identified. The volume pays particular attention to the difficulty of ascribing North American critical perspectives to Latin American authors, and studies these authors within the larger context of Latin American culture. The book includes entries for men and women, and for authors from Latin American countries as well as Latino writers from the United States. The entries are written by roughly 60 expert contributors from Latin America, the U.S., and Europe.