LITERARY CRITICISM: Caribbean & Latin American

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Cover: Hyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtHyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtJohnson, Christopher D.HARDCOVER09/01/2010$45.00
Cover: Hyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtHyperboles: The Rhetoric of Excess in Baroque Literature and ThoughtJohnson, Christopher D.PAPERBACK07/01/2010$27.95
Cover: WellspringsWellspringsVargas Llosa, MarioHARDCOVER05/31/2008$17.95
Cover: Brazil through the Eyes of William James: Letters, Diaries, and Drawings, 1865–1866, Bilingual Edition/Edição BilíngueBrazil through the Eyes of William James: Letters, Diaries, and Drawings, 1865–1866, Bilingual Edition/Edição BilíngueJames, William
Machado, Maria Helena P. T.
Monteiro, John M.
HARDCOVER11/15/2006$29.95
Cover: A Sor Juana AnthologyA Sor Juana AnthologyInés de la Cruz, Juana
Trueblood, Alan S.
PAPERBACK02/01/1990$33.00
Cover: Sor Juana: Or, the Traps of FaithSor Juana: Or, the Traps of FaithPaz, Octavio
Peden, Margaret Sayers
PAPERBACK01/02/1990$37.50
Cover: The Poetry of Pablo NerudaThe Poetry of Pablo Nerudade Costa, RenéE-DITION05/14/1979$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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