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Currents in the contemporary Argentine novel : Arlt, Mallea, Sabato, and Cortázar
(University of Missouri Press, 1975)
Foster briefly outlines the the historical tradition of the novel in Argentinian literature and focuses his study to four of its major contemporary writers. His selective survey examines the attributes that distinguish ...
Completing the circuit : a century of electrical education at MSMUMR
(University of Missouri Printing Services, 1984)
University catalog, 2013-14
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
The humor of irony and satire : in the Tradiciones peruanas
(University of Missouri Press, 1986)
The richness and vastness of Palma's narrative contribution have long demanded a more illustrative approach, such as that employed by Rosenblat and Hatzfeld in their studies of Cervantes' language. Accordingly, I have ...
Shakespeare's vast romance : a study of The winter's tale
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
In the past few decades, no group of Shakespeare's plays has increased more in public and scholarly esteem than the four late comedies - Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winters Tale, and The Tempest - generally collected in modern ...
The Argentine generation of 1880 : ideology and cultural texts
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
The political interests, the intellectual forces, and the attendant cultural activities associated with the project of providing Argentina with a specifically ninteenth-century Liberal identity are custumarily identified ...
Fast talk & flush times : the confidence man as a literary convention
(University of Missouri Press, 1985)
Lenz provides a historical overview of the American confidence man, and its role as a literary convention.
(University of Missouri Press, 1981)