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  • Author:
    Catherine Larson,Margarita Vargas
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Catherine Larson, Margarita Vargas. - Times Literary Supplement"This thoughtfully crafted book with its insightful and informative studies elucidates an overlooked, essential component of the Latin American literary canon

The book highlights the many possibilities of the innovative work of these dramatists, and this will, it is to be. .

Times Literary Supplement This thoughtfully crafted book with its insightful and informative studies elucidates an overlooked, essential component of the Latin American literary canon.

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Items related to Latin American Women Dramatists: Theater, Texts, an. Catherine Larson is an Associate professor of Spanish and Adjunct Associate Professor of Women’s Studies at Indiana University in Bloomington.

Contributors discuss 15 works of Latin-American playwrights, delineate the artistic lives of women dramatists of the last half of the twentieth . More by 'Catherine Larson'. You may also be interested in these fine selections.

Contributors discuss 15 works of Latin-American playwrights, delineate the artistic lives of women dramatists of the last half of the twentieth century - from countries as diverse as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela - and highlight the problems inherent in writing under politically repressive governments.

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Catherine Larson and Margarita Vargas. The essays selected for this volume reflect our interest in providing a forum for critical discussion of women who have worked in and written for the theater during the latter half of the twentieth century. These women began to write in ever-increasing numbers after the 1960s, due, in part, to the political movements and upheaval of this watershed decade

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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Contributors discuss 15 works of Latin-American playwrights, delineate the artistic lives of women dramatists of the last half of the twentieth century-from countries as diverse as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela-and highlight the problems inherent in writing under politically repressive governments.

The book highlights the many possibilities of the innovative work of these dramatists, and this will, it is to be hoped, help the editors to achieve one of their other key goals: productions of the plays in English." -Times Literary Supplement

This thoughtfully crafted book with its insightful and informative studies elucidates an overlooked, essential component of the Latin American literary canon." -Choice

Contributors discuss 15 works of Latin-American playwrights, delineate the artistic lives of women dramatists of the last half of the twentieth century-from countries as diverse as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela-and highlight the problems inherent in writing under politically repressive governments.