3 edition of literary imagination of the Mariel generation found in the catalog.
literary imagination of the Mariel generation
by Endowment for Cuban American Studies, Cuban American National Foundation in Miami, FL
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-104).
|Statement||by Lillian D. Bertot.|
|LC Classifications||PQ7378 .B47 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||95060842|
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Endowment for Cuban American Studies of the Cuban American National. Foundation, This book-length work examines the Mariel generation of : Victoria Dawkins. The literature of Cuban Americans may be read in light of Cuban immigration to the United States and/or Cuban a incorporates this history into his grouping of Cuban American literary output into "generations": neoclassical (circa –), romantic (–), realist–naturalist (–), impressionist (–), avant-garde (–), existentialist ( Here's an example of an entry from an annotated bibliography.
The citation of the book is in MLA style: Bertot, Lillian D. The Literary Imagination of the Mariel Generation. Endowment for Cuban American Studies of the Cuban American National Foundation, This book-length work examines the Mariel generation of : Seneca Jackson.
Bertot, L.D. (), The Literary Imagination of the Mariel Generation, Endowment for Cuban American Studies of the Cuban American National Foundation, Miami, FL This is the only book-length work to examine the Mariel generation of : Delores Carlito.
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