A South American Trilo. by Luis A. Ramos-García.
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Spanish and Portuguese. T1 - A South American Trilogy. T2 - Osmán Lins, Felisberto Hernández and Luis Fernando Vidal. AU - Ramos-Garcia, Luis A. Py - 1982. Place of Publication. BT - A South American Trilogy. CY - Austin-Sao Paulo.
Translations from Spanish, English fiction, Translations into English, Latin American fiction, Translations from Portuguese.
ISBN 13: 9780934840040. Publication Date: 12/1/1987.
Osman Lins, Felisberto Hernandez, Luis Fernando Vidal (Collecion Poiesis). by Luis Ramos-Garica.
by Felisberto Hernandez (Author), Luis Harss (Translator)
by Felisberto Hernandez (Author), Luis Harss (Translator). For Hernandez, inanimate objects have a will and conscience of their own. About a red pencil used by his music teacher, the narrator exclaims, "like a piglet suckling in quick, short bursts, it would cling hungrily to the white of the page, leaving little sharp footprints with its short black hoof and merrily wagging its long red tail. Today, he is hardly known outside of Latin American literature and yet has inspired the so-called & realism' literary movement, made popular in the works of the Nobel-prize winning author, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
An Americana Tribute to Three of the Greatest Icons in Popular Music History.
Luis Fernando Montoya. Conferencia Luis Fernando Montoya en la Institución Educativa América. "Luis F. Montoya regresa hoy a casa" (in Spanish). Luis Fernando Montoya Soto (born 23 July 1961) is a former Colombian football manager, best known for leading Once Caldas to win 2004 Copa Libertadores. He was shot during a robbery in December 2004 . Retrieved 24 January 2013.
Author: Luis Ramos-Garica
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English Portuguese Spanish
Publisher: Studia Hispanica Editors (December 1, 1987)
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