La Revista ilustrada de Nueva York : history, anthology, and index of literary selections
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The numerous Spanish-language periodicals that were published in the United States during the last decades of the nineteenth century and in the early years of the twentieth provide a fascinating but much-overlooked view of literary interaction between the United States and Latin America. At its height, La Revista Ilustrada was a sophisticated and attractive magazine that contained literary criticism, creative fiction, serialized novels, musical scores, scientific information, and women's fashions, as well as current events of the United States, Europe, and Latin America.
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In search of a lost periodical -- A commercial and literary monthly -- A Hispanic "Civilizing" mission -- Also a women's magazine -- A defender of Hispanic values -- La Revista's Rise and Fall.