Additional Resources for Fear by Gabriela Mistral

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Castro-Klaren, Sara, Sylvia Molloy, and Beatriz Sarlo, eds., Women's Writing in Latin America: An Anthology, Westview Press, 1991.

The introduction to this book is interesting but com
plex for students; the examples included, however,
offer a good variety.

Hughes, Brenda, Folk Tales from Chile, Hippocrene Books, 1997.

Intended primarily for a young audience, this book
retells some fascinating traditional tales which capture
the flavor of the transformations in "Fear."

Rodriguez, Ileana, House/Garden/Nation, Duke University Press, 1994.

This book is an academic exploration of issues of
gender and ethnicity in Latin America after the colonial
period. It does not specifically examine Mistral,
but it does give a good background to the period in
which she worked.



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