• Alternate voices in the contemporary Latin American narrative 

    Foster, David William (University of Missouri Press, 1985)
    The chapters in this volume are contributions toward a reassessment of contemporary Latin American writing and are based on the strategy of willfully imposing a perspective at radical variance with the existing bibliography ...
  • The Argentine generation of 1880 : ideology and cultural texts 

    Foster, David William (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 ...
  • Currents in the contemporary Argentine novel : Arlt, Mallea, Sabato, and Cortázar 

    Foster, David William (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 ...
  • Forms of the novel in the work of Camilo Jose Cela 

    Foster, David William (University of Missouri Press, 1967)
    Before proceeding to an examination of Cela's works, mention of the critical orientation of this study may prove of some assistance to the reader. My primary intent is to discuss the novels in order to underline the "proteic" ...
  • Studies in the contemporary Spanish-American short story 

    Foster, David William (University of Missouri Press, 1979)
    This work deals with selected Latin-American writers of short stories and, in the case of each author, with only one or a limited number of texts. No attempt has been made to write a history of the contemporary short story ...