Index to Translated Short Fiction by Latin American Women in English Language Anthologies

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Authors and Their Works Index
Number codes refer to the anthology authors and editors listed alphabetically in the Anthology Index, as well as to the authors whose works are included in those anthologies. For example, A1 is the first entry in the Anthology Index, referring to Agosín, Marjorie, the author.When the title of a story also appears in Spanish, this indicates that it is published bilingually. Stories appearing in more than one anthology may show slight variations in their titles. All stories are printed here as they appear in the anthologies.
Absatz, Cecilia
A Ballet for Girls, L3.
Agosín, Marjorie
A Huge Black Umbrella, C5.
A Recent Nakedness, A2.
A Scented Love Letter, A2.
Adelina, A1.
Alfama, A2.
Allison, A2.
The Alphabet, A2.
An Immense Black Umbrella, A1.
Beds, A1.
Birthday, A2.
Blood, A1.
The Blue Teacups, P3.
Bonfires, A2.
The Bottle, A2.
Bougainvillaea Insomnia, A2.
Braids, A1.
Cartographies, A1.
Chepita, A2.
Chocolates, A2.
The Color Black, A2.
Convents, A2.
Cousins, A2.
The Dead Death Sounds, A2.
Distant Root of Autumn Loves, A1.
Dreamer of Fishes, A2.
The Dreams of Van Gogh, A1.
Dunedin, A2.
Emma, A1.
Fat, A1.
The Fiesta, A1.
First Communion, A2.
First Time to the Sea, A1.
Forests, A1.
The Gold Bracelet, A1.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Preface ix
  • I - Anthology Index 1
  • II - Alphabetical Author Index 51
  • III - Author by Country Index 57
  • IV - Title Index 63
  • V - Authors and Their Works Index 93
  • Works Cited: Bibliographies of Latin American Literature in Translation 119
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