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A guide to help you find primary and secondary sources.
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Aún aprendo : estudios dedicados al profesor Leonardo Romero Tobar / Ángeles Ezama ... [et al.] (coordinadores).  Zaragoza : Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2012.Baile con serpientes / Horacio Castellanos Moya.  Barcelona : Tusquets, 2012.Baroque sovereignty : Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora and the Creole archive of colonial Mexico / Anna More.  Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2013.Cartas / Julio Cortázar ; edición a cargo de Aurora Bernárdez y Carles Álvarez Garriga.  Buenos Aires : Alfaguara, [2012]El año del calipso / Abilio Estévez.  Barcelona : Tusquets Editores, 2012.Etnografía imaginaria : historia y parodia en la literatura hispanoamericana / Erik Camayd-Freixas.Federico en su balcón / Carlos Fuentes.  México. D.F. : Alfaguara, 2012.Kamikaze / Iván Escobar.  Madrid : Temas de Hoy, 2012.Me, who dove into the heart of the world : a novel / Sabina Berman ; translated by Lisa Dillman.  New York, N.Y. : Henry Holt and Co., 2012.Mufunbetsu / Orashio Kasutejānosu Moya ; Hosono Yutaka yaku.  Tōkyō : Hakusuisha, 2012.Plegarias nocturnas / Santiago Gamboa.Recipes for sad women / Héctor Abad ; translated from the Spanish by Anne McLean.  London : Pushkin Press, 2012.

 

About This Spanish Literature LibGuide

Use this guide to find information for your papers and other class projects.  Click on the tabs above to find books and videos, databases with journal articles, a Spanish-English dictionary, digitized literary works, and much more.  This guide will lead you to the literature of Spain and to information about that literature.  For primary and secondary sources relating to the literatures of Latin American countries, use the Latin American Studies LibGuide.

For help using the databases featured in this guide, and for suggestions of other sources to use, please contact Lisa Gardinier, the Latin American and Iberian Studies librarian.

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