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Bell-Villada, Gene H, Garcia Mdrquez. The Man and His Work, University of North Carolina Press, 1990.

Followed by an extensive bibliography, this book puts Mdrquez in the company of other authors whose readers appreciate their ability to combine the commonplace with pioneering philanthropic political trends.

Donoso, Jose, The Boom in Spanish American Literature, translated by Gregory Kolovakos, Columbia University Press, 1977.

While this author asserts that the term "the Boom Generation" is misleading, he acknowledges that the novels and novelists coming out of the period deserve their notoriety In addition, Donoso explains the origin of the term.

Gonzalez Echevama, Roberto, Myth and Archive: A Theory of Latin American Narrative, Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Echevama provides an extensive bibliography from which he has culled his ideas for his theory of how and where the Latin American narrative started and how it fits in with the modern novel.

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