Additional Resources for The Time of the Hero by Mario Vargas Llosa

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Allende, Isabel, Of Love and Shadows, Bantam Books, 1988.

Allende brings a feminist challenge to both the masculine
world of Latin America and the Boom. Of Love
and Shadows
takes place in a Latin American country
gripped by a military dictator. A wealthy woman,
Irene Beltran, and a Spanish exile's son, Francisco
Leal, fall in love but discover a crime which puts their
lives at risk.




Bronte, Charlotte, Jane Eyre, Scholastic Paperbacks, 1996.

One of the first novels to investigate the struggles of a
youth against circumstances is Bronte's Jane Eyre
(originally published in 1847). Jane struggles through
a boarding-school situation where there is a hint of
some of the physical abuses associated with twentieth-
century boarding-school stories.




Ehrenreich, Barbara, Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War, Henry Holt, 1998.

Ehrenreich, who wrote the foreword to the University
of Minnesota Press edition of Theweleit's Male Fantasies,
has been a...

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