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Idle Fictions: The Hispanic Vanguard Novel, 1926-1934, Expanded edition Paperback – September 22, 1993


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&quot;P&eacute;rez Firmat provides rich insight into the esthetic values and the artistic tensions that prevailed in the '20s and '30s (not only in the Hispanic world). His is a book of consummate originality that bears the imprint of a critic as strong-minded as he is perceptive. It is certainly a work of enviable maturity.&quot;&mdash;John W. Kronik, Cornell University

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"Perez Firmat provides rich insight into the esthetic values and the artistic tensions that prevailed in the '20s and '30s (not only in the Hispanic world). His is a book of consummate originality that bears the imprint of a critic as strong-minded as he is perceptive. It is certainly a work of enviable maturity."--John W. Kronik, Cornell University

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