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Argentine novel in the nineteenth century.

Myron Lichtblau

Argentine novel in the nineteenth century.

by Myron Lichtblau

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Published by Hispanic Institute in the United States in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Argentine fiction -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Issued also as thesis, Columbia University. Bibliography: p. 207-225.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination225 p. ;
    Number of Pages225
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18879885M

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Argentine novel in the nineteenth century by Myron Lichtblau Download PDF EPUB FB2

The background of the Argentine novel -- III. Amalia and the Rosas Era in fiction -- IV. The historical novels of Vicente Fidel L\u00F3pez -- V-Vi.

The development of the romantic Argentine novel in the nineteenth century. book after Amalia -- Vii. The decade of the \'Seventies -- Viii. The gaucho novel -- IX. The development of realism -- X. Naturalism in the Argentine novel -- Xi.

First published init's one of the best Argentine novels of the 20th century. Unfortunately little know outside of the country. This book looks back at the nineteenth century. An Introduction To Argentine Literature In 15 books Adolfo Bioy Casares / Wikipedia Argentina has a strong literary tradition and has produced some of the world’s most celebrated authors, which creates a slight problem for those curious which titles to tackle first.

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Using a wide array of primary source documents, including serials, books, manuscripts, diaries. Argentina’s literary foundation started when a group of pen-wielding intellectuals decided to free themselves from Spain’s cultural legacy and focus instead on the French romantic literary movement, adopting it and going back to their rather neglected cultural roots: el campo (the field), el gaucho (the gaucho) and Argentina’s native people.

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