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SPAN 214: Writing the Nation: 19th-Century Literature in Latin America (HC)

Spanish/Comparative Literature 214 (Huberman) Fall 2015

Digital Collections

Primary Sources

Conduct a search by title or author for specific works of history, literature, and so on.  To discover new primary sources in print, use a Tripod Books & More or WorldCat advanced search.  Search by keyword in one field, while also searching for one of the following terms (as relevant) in the subject field: sources (e.g., historical sources), history, cuentos, drama, fiction, poetry, etc.

Primary sources are also frequently anthologized; for example:

The Latin American Reader series from Duke University Press collects key documents related to the history and culture of Latin American countries.  Sample readers include: