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Asturias, Miguel Angel, Men of Maize: The Modernist Epic of the Guatemalan Indians, translated by Gerald Martin, University of Pittsburgh Press, 1993.

This critical edition of an early magic realist masterpiece
includes a series of critical essays by wellknown
critics and writers of Latin-American
literature that cover a variety of topics related to Asturias's
work.



Bruner, Charlotte H., Unwinding Threads: Writing by Women in Africa, Heinemann, 1994.

This is a collection of short stories by African women
from all parts of the continent. Divided by region, the
book provides a comprehensive view of the variety
and diversity of African women's approaches to
imaginative writing. Many well-known and new writers
are represented.




Graham-Yooll, Andrew, After the Despots: Latin American Views and Interviews, Bloomsbury Publishing, 1991.

Collected in this book are interviews, observations,
and political analyses about Latin America by an Argentine
journalist. Written in a style á la the New
Yorker
, Graham-Yooll...

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