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1968 Buenos Aires, Argentina. Eros y poder en Informe bajo llave de Marta Lynch. Escritura: Revista de teoría y Crítica literaria 16:31-32 (1991): 223-29.
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Are you sure you want to remove La señora Ordóñez, Marta Lynch from your list? La señora Ordóñez, Marta Lynch. 8. ed. by Marta Lynch. Colección "El Espejo".
Directly to the point, this is not a field guide you'd want to take into the field or, to even study from in advance of your trip to Argentina
Hardcover: 351 pages. Publisher: El Ateneo (June 1995). ISBN-13: 978-9500263382. Directly to the point, this is not a field guide you'd want to take into the field or, to even study from in advance of your trip to Argentina.
La señora Ordonez (Mrs Ordonez), 1967. El cruce del río (River Crossing), 1972. Spanish American Women Writers: A Bio-bibliographical Source Book. Un arbol lleno de manzanas (A Tree Filled with Apples), 1974. La penúltima Versión de la Colorado Villanueva (The Penultimate Version of Red Villanueva), 1978. Informe bajo llave (Report under Lock and Key), 1983. Birgitta Vance (1990). Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-313-25194-8.
Francis Douce describes (page 61, f. a Spanish book of hours "Las Horas de nuestra Señora con muchos otros . This book fits Douce's description perfectly. a Spanish book of hours "Las Horas de nuestra Señora con muchos otros oficios y oraçiones", printed in Paris by Nicolas Higman for Simon Vostre, 1495, which also contains these 66 dancers that we by now have learned to know and to love. But after that follows another very different series, also by Vostre. Cf. Marchant, La Danse macabre nouvelle, Monk and usurer. The title is the same, and it is printed by Simon Vostre and Nicolao Higmã (Nicolas Higman).
La señora Ordóñez (1967) . Birgitta Vance, "Marta Lynch," in Spanish American Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Source Book (1990), pp. 292-302. Additional Bibliography.
La señora Ordóñez (1967) may be the first Argentine treatment of a woman's explicit sexual discontent, while Al vencedor (1965) centers on class conflict and its humiliations in Argentina during the so-called Argentine Revolution that followed the Peronist period. Naomi Lindstrom, Women's Voice in Latin American Literature (1989), pp. 73-95.
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