Contemporary Hispanic Crime Fiction: A Transatlantic Discourse on Urban Violence Hardcover – Sep 2 2008
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"Contemporary Hispanic Crime Fiction is a clearly written, fascinating, and fresh analysis of the Spanish and Latin American crime novel. It is an informative look at intertextual and transatlantic relationships within the genre of crime fiction." - Fernando Fabio Sanchez, Portland State University
About the Author
Glen S. Close is Assistant Professor of Spanish at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is the author of La imprenta enterrada. Arlt, Baroja y el imaginario anarquista and co-editor of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Detective Fiction: Essays on the Género Negro Tradition as well as a number of articles on Spanish-language crime fiction. He is also the translator of Josefina Ludmer's The Corpus Delicti. A Manual of Argentine Fictions.
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