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Latin American women writers : yesterday and today

Author: Yvette E Miller; Charles M Tatum; Latin American Literary Review.; Carnegie-Mellon University.
Publisher: Pittsburgh : Latin American Literary Review, 1977.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Conference on Women Writers from Latin America (1975 : Carnegie-Mellon University)
Latin American women writers.
Pittsburgh : Latin American Literary Review, 1977
(OCoLC)894561972
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yvette E Miller; Charles M Tatum; Latin American Literary Review.; Carnegie-Mellon University.
OCLC Number: 3687523
Notes: "Selected proceedings from the Conference on Women Writers from Latin America, March 15-16, 1975 sponsored by the Latin American Literary Review, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa."
Description: 199 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: A random survey of the ratio of female poets to male in anthologies: less-than-tokenism as a Mexican tradition / Beth Miller --
Women intellectuals in Chilean society / Martin C. Taylor --
Clorinda Matto de Turner and Mercedes Cabello de Carbonera: societal criticism and morality / John C. Miller --
Life and early literary career of the nineteenth-century Colombian writer, Soledad Acosta de Samper / Harold E. Hinds, Jr. --
Teresa de la Parra, Venezuelan novelist and feminist / Ronni Gordon Stillman --
Elena Poniatowska's "Hasta no verte, Jesus Mio" ["Until I see you, Dear Jesus"] / Charles M. Tatum. (Cont.) Maria Angelica Bosco and Beatriz Guido: an approach to two Argentian novelists between 1960 and 1970 / Esther A. Azzario --
Argentine women in the novels of Silvina Bullrich / Corina S. Mathieu --
Three female playwrights explore contemporary Latin American reality: Myrna Casas, Griselda Gambaro, Luisa Josefina Hernandez / Gloria Feiman Waldman --
Brechtian aesthetics in Chile: Isidora Aguirre's "Los papeleros" ["The garbage collectors"] / Eleanore Maxwell Dial --
A thematic exploration of the works of Elena Garro / Gabriela Mora --
Nellie Campobello: romantic revolutionary and Mexican realist / Dale E. Verlinger --
Feminine symbolism in Gabriela Mistral's "Fruta" / Carmelo Virgillo. (Cont.) Two poets of America: Juana de Asbaje and Sara de Ibanez / Celia de Zapata --
The phenomenology of nothingness in the poetry of Julia de Burgos / Elpidio Loguna-Diaz --
Love and death: the thematic journey of Julia de Burgos / Nelly D. Santos --
The short stories of Lydia Cabrera: transpositions or creations? / Rosa Valdes-Cruz --
An interview with women writers in Colombia / Raymond L. Williams. Women poets: Silvia Barros --
Angela de Hoyos --
Maya Islas --
Teresinha Pereira --
Mireya Robles --
Olga Casanova-Sanchez --
Gladys Zaldivar --
Iris Zavala.
Responsibility: Yvette E. Miller and Charles M. Tatum, eds. ; introduction by Yvette E. Miller.

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