THE CHARLES ELIOT NORTON LECTURES
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Publication Date: 01/01/1945

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To provide a cultural survey of Latin America from the time of the Conquistadores to the present, with particular emphasis on its literature, is the purpose of the Charles Eliot Norton lectures for 1940–41. In them, Pedro Henríquez-Ureña considers the currents related to the “search for expression” as it developed in the countries of Latin America reared in the Hispanic tradition.

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