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Literary Currents in Hispanic America

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Publication Date: 01/01/1945

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An urbane, scholarly, and seasoned work of a quality hitherto unknown in English writings on this subject. The author treats of Latin-American literature as though it was as much a part of the stream of world literature as anything written in England, France, or Russia... His history has form, substance, wit, authority. It gives literature its proper status as a generic part of the development of civilization in the southern hemisphere.—Mildred Adams, The Nation

He has brought to this present work a wealth of documentation and a breadth of knowledge which will make any similar attempt unnecessary for a long time to come. Scholars will find his book valuable for its bibliography and notes alone.—Dudley Poore, Saturday Review of Literature

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