Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974

Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974

Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974

Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974

Synopsis

"Foreigners in the Homeland charts the course of Hispanic inter-literary relations during the 1960s and 1970s through analysis of the reception of "Boom" novelists and texts in Spain." "Working from an expanded notion of national literature that critiques traditional notions of literary influence and national origin, this well-documented and theoretically sophisticated book argues for the "Boom" novel as one of the leading models for fictional writing at the time." Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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