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Escritoras Argentinas Contemporaneas

Escritoras Argentinas Contemporaneas (Hardback)

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Hay un nuevo boom en las letras latinoamericanas, protagonizado esta vez por escritoras. Este libro plantea la cuestion de la literatura femenina a traves de catorce escritoras argentinas contemporaneas. Presenta sus biografias, opiniones, una bibliografia de cada una de ellas, y una seleccion de sus obras de ficcion. El estudio preliminar y la bibliografia final completan una obra de consulta indispensable para futuros trabajos sobre escritoras actuales.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: general Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 01/08/1993 ISBN-13: 9780820420967  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Los autores: Gustavo Fares es profesor universitario en los Estados Unidos. Nacido en Buenos Aires, Argentina, obtuvo el titulo de abogado de la Universidad de Buenos Aires, y el de profesor de pintura de la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. Reside desde 1985 en los Estados Unidos en donde obtuvo un Master en Idiomas y otro en Pintura de la West Virginia University, y un Ph.D. en Literatura Latinoamericana de la University of Pittsburgh. Ha publicado un libro Imaginar Comala, Peter Lang, 1991, y numerosos articulos en revistas americanas y extranjeras. Eliana Herman nacio en Buenos Aires, Argentina, y vive en los Estados Unidos desde 1957. La profesora Hermann tiene titulos en Farmacia y en Musica, y obtuvo su Master en Espanol en Occidental College en California. Ha ensenado en la University of Virginia, en Northwestern University, the College of William and Mary y, desde 1989, en Lynchburg College. Ha publicado numerosos articulos en revistas americanas.

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