Fiction International 25: Mexican Fiction
by Ana Clavel, Daniel Sada, Gabriel Trujillo Munoz, Acela Bernal, Josefina Estrada , Juan Antonio Di Bella, et al.
ISBN 1879691221 (1-879691-22-1)
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Softcover, San Diego State University
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To take a stroll through the amusement park of turn-of-the-century fiction is first to see that a single day will not suffice to be able to visit all the rides it contains. This is more a practical guide for tourists of Mexican prose fiction than a catalogue for specialists in the subject. The principal reader is he or she who desires an ongoing relation with Mexican fiction, who wonders: What does Mexican literature offer? Which narrative trends predominate? Which themes have fallen into oblivion, and which have emerged into the national literary consciousness? What are the motivations of current writers who place themselves in a position to tell us their stories? What do these stories say, and how do they say it? What do they conceal, and how do they conceal it?
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