Critical Dictionary of Mexican Literature

from 1955 to the Present
Scholarly Series
Christopher Domínguez Michael
Translated by Lisa Dillman

The Critical Dictionary of Mexican Literature from 1955 to the Present is both a personal anthology and a highly subjective and unscientific reference work, marrying the often acerbic, always poetic reviews and essays written on Mexican literature by renowned critic Christopher Domínguez Michael over the past thirty years to the quixotic ideal of a comprehensive dictionary of Mexico’s recent literary history. With well over 150 entries, the Dictionary both introduces and interrogates the work of novelists, poets, essayists, and journalists working in Mexico between 1955 (date of the publication of Juan Rulfo’s watershed Mexican Revolution novel Pedro Páramo) and the present day.

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Translated by Lisa Dillman
Publication: Scholarly Series
Format: Paperback / softback
Number of pages: 672
ISBN-13: 9781564786067
GTIN13: 9781564786067
Language: eng
List price: $29.00