Into the mainstream; conversations with Latin-American writers [by] Luis Harss and Barbara Dohmann.

; Dohmann, Barbara, 1936-
[1st ed.]. New York, Harper & Row [1967] .

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Other Authors Dohmann, Barbara, 1936-
Subjects Latin American fiction -- History and criticism.
Description 385 p. 22 cm.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Prologue, with musical chairs.--Alejo Carpentier, or the eternal return.--Miguel Ángel Asturias, or the land where the flowers bloom.--Jorges Luis Borges, or the consolation of philosophy.--João Guimarães Rosa, or the third bank of the river.--Juan Carlos Onetti, or the shadows on the wall.--Julio Cortázar, or the slap in the face.--Juan Rulfo, or the souls of the departed.--Carlos Fuentes, or the new heresy.--Gabriel García Márquez, or the lost chord.--Mario Vargas Llosa, or the revolving door.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00224485
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