eBook World Literature In Spanish: An Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

  • Maureen Ihrie
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  • ISBN-10: 0313080836
  • ISBN-13: 9780313080838
  • DDC: 860.9
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 1048 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released January 2012
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Overview

There are approximately 400 million native Spanish-speaking people worldwide. Due to the number of nations and different cultures across the globe that have used this language over the last millennium, Spanish-language literature is quite diverse and is responsible for many significant and distinguished contributions to world civilization.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
List of Entries.
Guide to Related Topics.
1: Abad, Antonio (1894–1970).
2: Abreu Gómez, Ermilo (1894–1971).
3: Acto.
4: Ada, Alma Flor (1938–).
5: Adán, Martín (1908–1985).
6: Adoum, Jorge Enrique (1926–2009).
7: Afro-Hispanic Literature in Spanish America.
8: Afro-Hispanic Writers of Costa Rica.
9: Agosín, Marjorie (1955–).
10: Aguilar, Rosario (1938–).
11: Aguilar Camín, Héctor (1946–).
12: Agustini, Delmira (1886–1914).
13: Aira, César (1949–).
14: Alarcón, Pedro Antonio de (1833–1891).
15: Alberdi, Juan Bautista (1810–1884).
16: Alberti, Rafael (1902–1999).
17: Aldecoa, Ignacio (1925–1969).
18: Aldecoa, Josefina (1926–2011).
19: Alegría, Ciro (1909–1967).
20: Alegría, Claribel (1924–).
21: Aleixandre, Vicente (1898–1984).
22: Alfaro, Óscar (1921–1963).
23: Alfonso X, “el Sabio” (1221–1284).
24: Algarín, Miguel (1941–).
25: Allende, Isabel (1942–).
26: Almodóvar, Pedro (1949–).
27: Alonso, Dámaso (1898–1990).
28: Altamirano, Ignacio Manuel (1834–1893).
29: Altolaguirre, Manuel (1905–1959).
30: Alva Ixtlilxóchitl, Fernando de (1568–1648).
31: Álvarez Gardeazábal, Gustavo (1945–).
32: Álvarez Quintero, Serafín (1871–1938) and Álvarez Quintero, Joaquín (1873–1944).
33: Amazon Theme in Spanish American Literature.
34: Andreu, Blanca (1959–).
35: Ángel, Albalucía (1939–).
36: Anzaldúa, Gloria (1942–2004).
37: Aponte Alsina, Marta (1945–).
38: Apóstol, Cecilio (1877–1938).
39: Arce, Manuel José (1935–1985).
40: Arciniegas, Germán (1900–1999).
41: Arenas, Reinaldo (1943–1990).
42: Aréstegui, Narciso (1823–1869).
43: Arévalo Martínez, Rafael (1884–1975).
44: Argentina: History, Culture, and Literature.
45: Argentine Novel after the Recovery of Democracy: 1983–2006.
46: Argentine Theater by Women: 1900 to Present.
47: Arguedas, Alcides (1879–1946).
48: Arguedas, José María (1911–1969).
49: Argueta, Manlio (1935–).
50: Arias, Arturo (1950–).
51: Arlt, Roberto (1900–1942).
52: Arms and Letters.
53: Arniches, Carlos (1866–1943).
54: Arreola, Juan José (1918–2001).
55: Arroyo, Justo (1936–).
56: Ascensio Segura, Manuel (1805–1871).
57: Asturias, Miguel Ángel (1899–1974).
58: Atencia, María Victoria (1931–).
59: Atxaga, Bernardo (1951–).
60: Aub, Max (1903–1972).
61: Autobiography in Spain: Beginnings to 1700.
62: Autobiography in Spain: 1700 to Present.
63: Autobiography in Spanish America.
64: Avant-Garde Poetry in Spanish America.
65: Avant-Garde Prose in Spanish America.
66: Aventuras de Don Chipote, o cuando los pericos mamen, Las (1928; The Adventures of Don Chipote, or When Parrots Breast-Feed, 2000).
67: Ávila Laurel, Juan Tomás (1966–).
68: Ayala, Francisco (1906–2009).
69: Azaña, Manuel (1880–1940).
70: Azorín (Pseudonym of José Martínez Ruiz) (1873–1967).
71: Aztlán.
72: Azuela, Mariano (1873–1952).
73: Ballagas, Emilio (1908–1954).
74: Balmori, jesús (1886–1948).
75: Balsero (“Rafter”).
76: Barcelona in Literature.
77: Barea Ogazón, Arturo (1897–1957).
78: Barnet, Miguel (1940–).
79: Baroja y Nessi, Pío (1872–1956).
80: Barrio, El.
81: Barrios, Eduardo (1884–1963).
82: Barros, Pía (1956–).
83: Bécquer, Gustavo Adolfo (pseudonym of Gustavo Adolfo Domínguez Bastida) (1836–1870).
84: Bellatin, Mario (1960–).
85: Belli, Gioconda (1948–).
86: Bello, Andrés (1781–1865).
87: Belpré, Pura (c. 1899–1982).
88: Benavente, Jacinto (1866–1954).
89: Benedetti, Mario (1920–2009).
90: Benet, Juan (1927–1993).
91: Benítez Rojo, Antonio (1931–2005).
92: Berceo, Gonzalo de (c. 1160s-c. 1260s).
93: Berman Goldberg, Sabina (1956–).
94: Bernabé, Manuel (1890–1960).
95: Biblioteca de Autores Españoles (BAE).
96: Biography in Spain: Beginnings to 1700.
97: Biography in Spain: 1700 to Present.
98: Biography in Spanish America.
99: Black Legend.
100: Blasco Ibáñez, Vicente (1867–1928).
101: Blest Gana, Alberto (1830–1920).
102: Bogotazo, el.
103: Bolaño, Roberto (1953–2003).
104: Bolívar, Simón, in Contemporary Literature and Culture.
105: Bolivia: History, Culture, and Literature.
106: Bombal, María Luisa (1910–1980).
107: Bonasso, Miguel (1940–).
108: Borge, Tomás (1930–).
109: Borges, Jorge Luis (1899–1986).
110: Borrero, Juana (1878–1896).
111: Boullosa, Carmen (1954–).
112: Bousoño, Carlos (1923–).
113: Bretón de los Herreros, Manuel (1796–1873).
114: Brunet, Marta (1897–1967).
115: Bryce Echenique, Alfredo (1939–).
116: Buenos Aires in Literature.
117: Buero Vallejo, Antonio (1916–2000).
118: Buitrago, Fanny (1943–).
119: Bullrich, Silvina (1915–1990).
120: Burgos, Carmen de (1867–1932).
121: de Burgos, Julia (1914–1953).
122: Caballero Calderón, Eduardo (1910–1993).
123: Cabezas, Ómar (1950–).
124: Cabrera, Lydia (1900–1991).
125: Cabrera Infante, Guillermo (1929–2005).
126: CADA (1979–1985).
127: Cadalso, José (1741–1782).
128: Calderón de la Barca, Pedro (1600–1681).
129: Cambaceres, Eugenio (1843–1889).
130: Campo, Estanislao del (1834–1880).
131: Campo Alange, Condesa de (1902–1986).
132: Campobello, Nellie (1900–1986).
133: Campos, Julieta (1932–2007).
134: Canary Islands Writers.
135: Cancionero Poetry in Spain.
136: Cané, Miguel (1851–1905).
137: Canetti Duque, Yanitzia (1967–).
138: Cantar de Mío Cid.
139: Capetillo, Luisa (1879–1922).
140: Caro y Cuervo Institute.
141: Carpentier, Alejo (1904–1980).
142: Carranza, María Mercedes (1945–2003).
143: Carrasquilla, Tomás de (1858–1940).
144: Carrera Andrade, Jorge (1902–1978).
145: Carreras, Roberto de las (1875–1963).
146: Carreta, La (1952; The Oxcart, 1969).
147: Carrión Mora, Benjamín (1897–1979).
148: Casal, Julián del (1863–1893).
149: Casona, Alejandro (Pseudonym of Alejandro Rodríguez Álvarez) (1903–1965).
150: Castellanos, Rosario (1925–1974).
151: Castillo, Amelia del (1923–).
152: Castro, Rosalía de (1837–1885).
153: Castro Quesada, Américo (1885–1972).
154: causa por la Raza, la (The Cause for the Mexican Race).
155: Cela, Camilo José (1916–2002).
156: Celaya, Gabriel (1911–1975).
157: Celestina, La in Spain and the New World.
158: Censorship and Literature in Spain.
159: Cepeda Samudio, Álvaro (1926–1972).
160: Cerda, Martha (1945–).
161: Cernuda, Luis (1902–1963).
162: Cervantes, Miguel de (1547–1616).
163: Cervantes de Salazar, Francisco (1514/1518?-1575).
164: Chacel, Rosa (1898–1994).
165: Champourcin, Ernestina de (1905–1999).
166: Changó, el gran putas (1983; Changó, the Biggest Badass, 2010).
167: Chaviano, Daína (1957–).
168: Chicano.
169: Chicano Movement: Literature and Publishing.
170: Chicano Writers.
171: Children's Literature in Spain: 1900 to Present.
172: Children's Literature in Spanish in the United States.
173: Chile: History, Culture, and Literature.
174: Chilean Theater: 1900 to Present.
175: Chilean Women Writers: The Ergo Sum Project.
176: Chile's Generation of 1950.
177: Chile's Generation of 1980: The New Scene.
178: Chivalry Literature in Spain and the New World.
179: Cien años de soledad (1967; One Hundred Years of Solitude, 1970).
180: Cisneros, Luis Benjamín (1837–1904).
181: Civil War Literature in Spain.
182: Clarín (pseudonym of Leopoldo Alas) (1852–1901).
183: Clavel, Ana (1961–).
184: Codorniz, La Literary Magazine (1941–1978; The Quail).
185: Collazos, Óscar (1942–).
186: Colombia: History, Culture, and Literature.
187: Colombian Exile Writers.
188: Colombian Modernist Writing: 1885–1915.
189: Colombian Women Writers: 1950 to Present.
190: Colón, Jesús (1901–1974).
191: Colonial Baroque Writing in Spanish America.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Gala, Antonio (1936–).
2: Galeano, Eduardo (1940–).
3: Gallegos, Rómulo (1884–1969).
4: Galván, Manuel Jesús de (1834–1910).
5: Gálvez, Manuel (1882–1962).
6: Gálvez de Cabrera, María Rosa (1768–1806).
7: Gámbaro, Griselda (1928–).
8: Gamboa, Federico (1864–1939).
9: Gana, Federico (1867–1926).
10: Ganivet García, Ángel (1865–1898).
11: García Canclini, Néstor (1939–).
12: García Gutiérrez, Antonio (1812–1884).
13: García Lorca, Federico (1898–1936).
14: García Márquez, Gabriel (1927–).
15: García Montero, Luis (1958–).
16: García Morales, Adelaida (1945–).
17: García Pavón, Francisco (1919–1989).
18: Garcilaso de la Vega (1501–1536).
19: Garcilaso de la Vega, El Inca (1539–1616).
20: Garro, Elena (1920–1998).
21: Gauche Divine Cultural Movement.
22: Gaucho Literature.
23: Gelman, Juan (1930–).
24: Gender in Spanish American Literature.
25: Gender in Spanish Literature.
26: Generation “Crack” or “Crack Group”.
27: Generation of 1898 in Spain.
28: Generation of 1914 in Spain.
29: Generation of 1927 in Spain.
30: Generation of the 1950s in Spain.
31: Generation X in Spain.
32: Género chico criollo and the Río de la Plata Saineteros (Sainete Composers).
33: Giardinelli, Mempo (1947–).
34: Girondo, Oliverio (1891–1967).
35: Glantz, Margo (1930–).
36: Gómez Carrillo, Enrique (1873–1927).
37: Gómez de Avellaneda, Gertrudis (1814–1873).
38: Gómez de la Serna, Ramón (1888–1963).
39: Gómez Ojea, Carmen (1945–).
40: Góngora y Argote, Luis (1561–1627).
41: Gonzales-Berry, Erlinda (1942–).
42: González, Ángel (1925–2008).
43: González Echevarría, Roberto (1943–).
44: González Prada, Manuel (1844–1918).
45: González Suárez, Federico (1844–1917).
46: Gorostiza, José (1901–1973).
47: Gorriti, Juana Manuela (1818–1892).
48: Goytisolo, Juan (1931–).
49: Goytisolo, Luis (1935–).
50: Gracián y Morales, Baltasar (1601–1658).
51: Grandes, Almudena (1960–).
52: de Greiff, León (1895–1976).
53: Gringo.
54: Grupo Barranquilla.
55: Grupo de Guayaquil.
56: Guatemala: History, Culture, and Literature.
57: Guerra, Rosa (d. 1864).
58: Guerra Cunningham, Lucía (1943–).
59: Guerrero, Fernando María (1873–1929).
60: Guerrero Zacarías, Evangelina (1904–1949).
61: Guerrilla Poetry.
62: Guevara, Che (1928–1967).
63: Guido, Beatriz (1924–1988).
64: Guillén, Jorge (1893–1984).
65: Güiraldes, Ricardo (1886–1927).
66: Gutiérrez, Juan María (1809–1878).
67: Gutiérrez Nájera, Manuel (1859–1895).
68: Guzmán, Martín Luis (1887–1976).
69: Guzmán de Alfarache.
70: Haiti as Theme in Dominican Republic Writing.
71: Hartzenbusch, Juan Eugenio (1806–1880).
72: Havana in Literature.
73: Henríquez Ureña Family and Their Relation with the United States.
74: Heredia, José María (1803–1839).
75: Hernández, Felisberto (1902–1964).
76: Hernández, Miguel (1910–1942).
77: Herrera, Fernando de (1534–1597).
78: Herrera y Reissig, Julio (1875–1910).
79: Hidalgo, Alberto (1897–1968).
80: Hierro, José (1922–2002).
81: Hijuelos, Oscar (1951–).
82: Hinojosa-Smith, Rolando (1929–).
83: Hispanic Heritage Month.
84: Hispanism: Past and Present.
85: Hispano-Arabic and Hispano-Judaic Literature and Culture in Spain.
86: Honduras: History, Culture, and Literature.
87: Huasipungo (1934; The Villagers, 1964).
88: Huidobro, Vicente (1893–1948).
89: Humanism in Spain.
90: Ibárruri, Dolores (1895–1989).
91: Icaza, Carmen de (1899–1979).
92: Ignacio de Loyola, San (1491–1556).
93: Imperialism as Theme in Colonial Spanish America.
94: Indigenismo in Spanish American Literature.
95: Ingenieros, José (1877–1925).
96: Inquisition and Literature in the Hispanic World.
97: Inquisition and the Hispanic World.
98: Insularismo.
99: Iparraguirre, Sylvia (1947–).
100: Iriarte, Tomás de (1750–1791).
101: Isaacs, Jorge (1837–1895).
102: Islamic Presence in Spain.
103: Isleño.
104: Jaimes Freyre, Ricardo (1868–1933).
105: Janés, Clara (1940–).
106: Jara, Víctor (1932–1973).
107: Jara Idrovo, Efraín (1926–).
108: Jardiel Poncela, Enrique (1901–1952).
109: Jarnés, Benjamín (1888–1949).
110: Jíbaro.
111: Jiménez, Blas R. (1949–2009).
112: Jiménez, Juan Ramón (1881–1958).
113: Journals in Spanish America.
114: Jovellanos, Gaspar Melchor de (1744–1811).
115: Juan de la Cruz, San (1542–1591).
116: Juan Manuel, Don (1282–1348).
117: Juaristi, Jon (1951–).
118: Judeo-Spanish Writing in Spanish America.
119: Kahlo, Frida (1907–1954).
120: Krausism in Spain.
121: Laforet, Carmen (1921–2004).
122: Laguerre, Enrique (1906–2005).
123: Lange, Norah (1906–1972).
124: Lara, Jesús (1898–1980).
125: Larra, Mariano José de (1809–1837).
126: Latinos and Latinas in the United States: History, Culture, and Literature.
127: Latino Theater in the United States: Social Cohesion and Activism.
128: Latorre Court, Mariano (1886–1955).
129: Laviera, Tato (1951–).
130: Lazarillo de Tormes: (La vida de Lazarillo de Tormes y de sus fortunas y adversidades [The Life of Lazarillo de Tormes and His Fortunes and Adversities]).
131: Lazo, Agustín (1896–1971).
132: Lejárraga, María de la O (aka María Martínez Sierra) (1874–1974).
133: León, Fray Luis de (1527–1591).
134: Lezama Lima, José (1910–1976).
135: Liberation Theology in the Hispanic World.
136: Libro de buen amor (1330?; Book of Good Love, 2005).
137: Literary Prizes in Spain and Spanish America.
138: Literature and Film in Spain.
139: Literature and Memory in the Hispanic World.
140: Loaeza, Guadalupe (1946–).
141: Lobo, Tatiana (1939–).
142: López, Vicente Fidel (1815–1903).
143: López Velarde, Ramón (1888–1921).
144: Loynaz, Dulce María (1902–1997).
145: Lucas Guevara (1914; Eng. trans., 2003).
146: Lucía Jerez (1885).
147: Lugones, Leopoldo (1874–1938).
148: Lyceum Club Femenino.
149: Lynch, Benito (1885–1951).
150: Lynch, Marta (1925–1985).
151: Machado y Ruiz, Antonio (1875–1939).
152: Machado y Ruiz, Manuel (1874–1947).
153: Madrid in Literature.
154: Maeztu Whitney, Ramiro de (1875–1936).
155: Magical Realism.
156: Mallea, Eduardo (1903–1982).
157: Malvinas/Falklands War Literature.
158: Mañach, Jorge (1898–1961).
159: Mañas, José Ángel (1971–).
160: Manrique, Jorge (1440?-1479).
161: Mansilla, Lucio V. (1831–1913).
162: Mansilla de García, Eduarda (1834–1892).
163: Manzano, Juan Francisco (1797–1854).
164: Maravall Casesnoves, José Antonio (1911–1986).
165: Marechal, Leopoldo (1900–1970).
166: Marianism in Spanish America.
167: Marías, Javier (1951–).
168: Mariel Writers Generation.
169: Mármol, José (1817–1871).
170: Marqués, René (1919–1979).
171: Marsé, Juan (1933–).
172: Martí, José (1853–1895).
173: Martínez, Antonio José (1793–1867).
174: Martínez, Gregorio (1942–).
175: Martínez, Tomás Eloy (1934–2010).
176: Martínez de Pisón, Ignacio (1960–).
177: Martínez Estrada, Ezequiel (1895–1964).
178: Martínez Sierra, Gregorio (1881–1947).
179: Martín Fierro.
180: Martín Gaite, Carmen (1925–2000).
181: Martín-Santos, Luis (1924–1964).
182: Mastretta, Ángeles (1949–).
183: Matto de Turner, Clorinda (1852–1909).
184: Matute, Ana María (1926–).
185: Mayan Literature.
186: Mayoral, Marina (1942–).
187: McOndo.
188: Mejía Vallejo, Manuel (1923–1998).
189: Memorias de Bernardo Vega (1930; Memories of Bernardo Vega, 1984).
190: Mena, Juan de (1411–1456).
191: Menchú, Rigoberta (1959–).
192: Mendoza, Eduardo (1943–).
193: Mera, Juan León (1832–1894).
194: Mesonero Romanos, Ramón (1803–1882).
195: Mexico City in Literature.
196: Mexico: History, Culture, and Literature.
197: Mexico: Twentieth-Century Organizers of Culture.
198: Mihura Santos, Miguel (1905–1977).
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
1: Rabasa, Emilio (1856–1930).
2: Rama, ángel (1926–1983).
3: Ramírez, Sergio (1942–).
4: Ramon y Cajal, Santiago (1852–1934).
5: Ramos Otero, Manuel (1948–1990).
6: Raza cósmica, La (1925; The Cosmic Race, 1997).
7: Real Academia Española de la Lengua (Royal Spanish Academy of Language).
8: Realism and Historical Fiction in the Dominican Republic.
9: Realism and Naturalism in Spain.
10: Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage Project.
11: Recto, Claro (1890–1960).
12: Renaissance in Spain.
13: Repertorio Español (Spanish Repertory).
14: Residencia de Estudiantes (Students' Residence).
15: Residencia de Señoritas (Young Women's Residence).
16: Restrepo, Laura (1950–).
17: Revueltas, José (1914–1976).
18: Reyes, Alfonso (1889–1959).
19: Ribeyro, Julio Ramón (1929–1994).
20: Ridruejo, Dionisio (1912–1974).
21: Riesco, Laura (1940–2008).
22: Río, Marcela del (Pseudonym of Mara Reyes) (1932–).
23: Río, Nela (1938–).
24: Rivera Martínez, Edgardo (1933–).
25: Rivero, Eliana (1940–).
26: Rizal, José (1861–1896).
27: Roa Bastos, Augusto (1917–2005).
28: Robles, Mireya (1934–).
29: Rodas, Ana María (1937–2009).
30: Rodó, José Enrique (1871–1917).
31: Rojas, Ricardo (1882–1957).
32: Rojas Pizarro, Gonzalo (1917–2011).
33: Rojas Zorrilla, Francisco de (1607–1648).
34: Romance (Ballad) Tradition in the Hispanic World.
35: Romantic Novel in Spain.
36: Romanticism in Spain.
37: Romero Esteo, Miguel (1930–).
38: Romero Olmedo, Felipe (1929–1998).
39: Rosales, Guillermo (1946–1993).
40: Rosales, Luis (1910–1992).
41: Rosencof, Mauricio (1933–).
42: Rossetti, Ana (1950–).
43: Rossi, Anacristina (1952–).
44: Ruiz de Alarcón, Juan (1581–1639).
45: Ruiz Iriarte, Víctor (1912–1982).
46: Ruiz Zafón, Carlos (1964–).
47: Rulfo, Juan (1917–1986).
48: Sábato, Ernesto (1911–2011).
49: Saer, Juan José (1937–2005).
50: Sahagún, Bernardino de (1499–1590).
51: Salarrué (Pseudonym of Efráin Salazar Arrué) (1899–1975).
52: Salinas, Pedro (1891–1951).
53: Salisachs, Mercedes (1916–).
54: Sampedro, José Luis (1917–).
55: Sánchez, Florencio (1875–1910).
56: Sánchez, Luis Rafael (1936–).
57: Sánchez Ferlosio, Rafael (1927–).
58: Sanín Cano, Baldomero (1861–1957).
59: Santería.
60: Santiago de Compostela Myth.
61: Santillana, Iñigo López de Mendoza, Marqués de (1398–1458).
62: Santos Chocano, José (1875–1942).
63: Sarduy, Severo (1936–1993).
64: Sarlo, Beatriz (1942–).
65: Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino (1811–1888).
66: Sastre, Alfonso (1926–).
67: Science Fiction in Spanish America.
68: Scorza, Manuel (1928–1983).
69: Selena (stage name of Selena Quintanilla-Pérez) (1971–1995).
70: Selva, Salomón de la (1893–1959).
71: Semprún, Jorge (1923–2011).
72: Sender, Ramón José (1902–1982).
73: Senequism.
74: Sephardic Literature in Spain.
75: Serrano, Marcela (1951–).
76: Serrat, Joan Manuel (1943–).
77: Short Fiction in Spain: 1700–1900.
78: Short Fiction in Spain: 1900 to Present.
79: Short Fiction in Spanish America.
80: Siale Djangany, José Fernando (1961–).
81: Silva, José Asuncion (1865–1896).
82: Silva, Lorenzo (1966–).
83: Sinán, Rogelio (pseudonym of Bernardo Domínguez Alba) (1904–1994).
84: Skármeta, Antonio (1940–).
85: Slavery and Antislavery Literature in the Caribbean.
86: Sleepy Lagoon Trial.
87: Soccer (Fútbol) and Hispanic Literature.
88: Solares, Ignacio (1945–).
89: Soriano, Osvaldo (1943–1997).
90: Soto, Pedro Juan (1928–2002).
91: Southern Cone Writing: Literature of Transition from Argentina and Chile.
92: Spain and Self-Identity in the Nation.
93: Spain: History, Culture, and Literature.
94: Spanglish.
95: Spanish American Poetry by Women.
96: Spanish Civil War and the Dictatorship of General Franco (1936–1975).
97: Spanish Harlem (El Barrio latino).
98: Spanish-Language Writers from Catalonia, Spain.
99: Stavans, Ilan (1961–).
100: Storni, Alfonsina (1892–1938).
101: Suárez y Romero, Anselmo (1818–1878).
102: Subercaseaux, Elizabeth (1945–).
103: Tablada, José Juan (1871–1945).
104: Teatro abierto (Open Theater, 1981–1985).
105: Teatro campesino (Farm Workers’ Theater).
106: Teitelboim, Volodia (1916–2008).
107: Tejeira, Isis (1936–).
108: TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztlán).
109: Teresa de Jesús, Santa (1515–1582).
110: Testimonial Writing in Central America.
111: Theater in Spain: Beginnings to 1700.
112: Theater in Spain: 1700–1900.
113: Theater in Spain: 1900–1975.
114: Theater in Spain: 1975 to Present.
115: Theater in Spanish America: 1900 to Present.
116: Tierno Galván, Enrique (1918–1986).
117: Tomás, Consuelo (1957–).
118: Tomeo, Javier (1932–).
119: Torre, Guillermo de (1900–1971).
120: Torrente Ballester, Gonzalo (1910–1999).
121: Torture in Modern Spanish American Literature.
122: Toruño, Juan Felipe (1898–1980).
123: Toscana, David (1961–).
124: Traba, Marta (1930–1983).
125: Transculturation in the Hispanic World.
126: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (1848).
127: Triana, José (1931–).
128: Trujillo as Theme in Dominican Republic and Hispanic Writing.
129: Turcios, Froylán (1874–1943).
130: Tusquets, Esther (1936–).
131: Ulibarrí, Sabine (1919–2003).
132: Umbral, Francisco (1932–2007).
133: Umpierre, Luz María (Luzma) (1947–).
134: Unamuno y Jugo, Miguel de (1864–1936).
135: Universities in Spain and the New World: Beginnings to 1900.
136: Urbina, Nicasio (1958–).
137: Uruguay: History, Culture, and Literature.
138: Usigli, Rodolfo (1905–1979).
139: Valdés, Gabriel de la Concepción (1809–1844).
140: Valdés, José Manuel (1767–1843).
141: Valdés, Zoé (1959–).
142: Valencia, Guillermo (1873–1943).
143: Valente, José Ángel (1929–2000).
144: Valenzuela, Luisa (1938–).
145: Valera, Juan (1824–1905).
146: Valero, Roberto (1955–1994).
147: Valle-Inclán, Ramón María del (1866–1936).
148: Vallejo, César (1892–1938).
149: Vallejo, Fernando (1942–).
150: Vargas Llosa, Mario (1936–).
151: Vasconcelos, José (1882–1959).
152: Vaz Ferreira, María Eugenia (1875–1924).
153: Vázquez Montalbán, Manuel (1939–2003).
154: Vega, Ana Lydia (1946–).
155: Vega y Carpio, Lope de (1562–1635).
156: Velasco Mackenzie, Jorge (1949–).
157: Vélez de Guevara, Luis (1579–1644).
158: Veloz Maggiolo, Marcio (1936–).
159: Venezuela: Contemporary Women Poets.
160: Venezuela: History, Culture, and Literature.
161: Venezuelan Artistic Groups.
162: Venezuelan Contemporary Narrative: 1980–2000.
163: Venezuelan Writer-Statesmen.
164: Vicent, Manuel (1936–).
165: Vilalta, Maruxa (1932–).
166: Villaurrutia, Xavier (1903–1950).
167: Villaverde, Cirilo (1812–1894).
168: Viñas, David (1929–2011).
169: Violencia, la: 1946–1953.
170: Vitier, Cintio (1921–2009).
171: Vives, Juan Luis (1492–1540).
172: Vodanovic, Sergio (1926–2001).
173: Watanabe, José (1946–2007).
174: Wolff, Egon (1926–).
175: Women Writers in Cuba: 1900–1959.
176: Women Writers in Cuba: 1959 to Present.
177: Women Writers in Spain: Beginnings to 1700.
178: Women Writers in Spain: 1700–1900.
179: Women Writers in Spain: 1900 to Present.
180: Yáñez, Agustín (1904–1980).
181: Yánez Cossío, Alicia (1928–).
182: … Y no se lo tragó la tierra (1971; And the Earth Did not Part, 1971).
183: Zaldumbide, Gonzalo (1885–1965).
184: Zamora, Daisy (1950–).
185: Zamudio, Adela (1854–1928).
186: Zapata Olivella, Juan (1927–2008).
187: Zapata Olivella, Manuel (1920–2004).
188: Zarzuela.
189: Zavala, Iris (1936–).
190: Zayas y Sotomayor, María de (1590-c. 1660).
191: Zea, Leopoldo (1912–2004).
192: Zeno Gandía, Manuel (1855–1930).
193: Zoot Suit.
194: Zorrilla y Moral, José (1817–1893).
195: Zunzunegui, Juan Antonio de (1901–1982).
196: Zurita, Raul (1951–).
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