Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Dr. R.R. Macgregor
The scope of this work is to be confined to those nations on the continent of South America which use as their national tongue the Spanish language. This excludes consideration of Brazil, whose language is Portuguese and which possesses a rich literature of its own. Another country is omitted, Paraguay, not from oversight, but because this inland republic is so backward in culture and development that it possesses nothing which can be dignified with the term national literature. Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Colombia, and Venezuela - these are the countries of Spanish America with which this discussion will be concerned.
Copyright 1936 Catherine E. Lewis
Library Call Number
LD2652 .T5 E5 L48 1936
Lewis, Catherine E., "The Literature of Spanish South America : Its Background, Development and Characteristics" (1936). Master's Theses. 243.