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Information About: Latin American Women Writers

Dates: 1842-current

Subjects: Latin America; women writers

Description: Spanning a period from the colonial era to the present day, the literary works, memoirs, feminist essays, and other materials gives researchers the feminine perspective of the development of an entire continent. The writings also reveal the personal struggles and histories of the authors themselves. Including licensed in-copyright materials from publishers, estates, archives, and the individual authors themselves to build this comprehensive corpus of texts, all of which will be presented in the original Spanish or Portuguese. Related resources, including pamphlets, performance flyers, and programs, that shed light on the context and themes of the primary content are included.

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Literature & Language

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