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This online resource provides concise information on an extensive list of authors, poets, and other figures. Volumes include "Twentieth Century Spanish Poets," "Sixteenth Century Spanish Writers," and "Modern Latin-American Fiction Writers" among others.
The Cambridge History of Latin America consists of 11 volumes, which range in topics from Colonial Latin America to Latin America since the 1930s. The final bibliographic volume (v.11) contains recommended sources and is organized by chapters that correspond to the volumes in the set. The print version is in Reference F1410.C1834 1984 on the 4th floor.
A selective and annotated bibliography of books and articles on Latin American history including topics with historical dimension from archaeology to art. Organized by historical period and geographic region, it covers the pre-conquest through the twentieth century.
Good beginning point to help refine your topic and to find basic recommended books and articles on your subject or individual.
The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature by Roberto González Echevarría and Enrique Pupo-Walker
Call Number: PQ7081.A1 C35 1996
Publication Date: 1996
Volume 1 begins with pre-Columbian traditions and the first contact with European culture, and continues through to the end of the nineteenth century. New World historiography, epic poetry, theater, the novel, and the essay form are among the areas covered in this comprehensive and authoritative treatment.
A Guide to the History of Brazil, 1500-1822 by Francis A. Dutra
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