Foreigners in the Homeland

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Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974 is a 2000 book by Mario Santana. The book is about the reception of the Latin American Boom. The book was reviewed in several academic journals including the Latin American Literary Review Press, Hispania, Modern Language Review, and Iberoamericana.[1][2][3][4]

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  1. ^ Herrero-Olaizola, Alejandro (2003). "Review of Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American Novel in Spain, 1962-1974". Latin American Literary Review (in Spanish). 31 (61): 116–118. ISSN 0047-4134. JSTOR 20119896.
  2. ^ Bellver, Catherine G. (2002). "Review of Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974". Hispania. 85 (1): 91–92. doi:10.2307/4141189. ISSN 0018-2133. JSTOR 4141189.
  3. ^ Swanson, Philip (2004). "Review of Foreigners in the Homeland: The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974". The Modern Language Review. 99 (2): 521–522. doi:10.2307/3738820. ISSN 0026-7937. JSTOR 3738820.
  4. ^ Gras, Dunia (2002). "Review of Foreigners in the Homeland. The Spanish American New Novel in Spain, 1962-1974". Iberoamericana (2001-). 2 (6): 261–263. ISSN 1577-3388. JSTOR 41672923.