An archaeology of the Boom – A resource page with related articles about the works of Jorge Luis Borges, Alejo Carpentier, Juan Rulfo, Carlos Fuentes, Julio Cortázar, Gabriel García Márquez and Manuel Puig.
Argentine Literature – Ricardo Güiraldes’s novel, “Don Segundo Sombra”. Overview and a passage translated from Spanish to English language.
Cervantes and the Modern Latin American Narrative – An essay by Roberto González Echevarría examines how the Quijote has been re-written in Latin America and Cervantes as a figure of the author is more important than Don Quijote the character, in contrast to Spain.
Essays, Plays, Poems, and Translations – Contains “Literature and Revolution” by Fernando Alegria. An essay about the authenticity of experimentation, innovation and the revolutionary dynamism of existing Hispano American narrative.
Famous Hispanic writers – A short list of some famous Hispanic writers with their biographies and links to related pages.
First Light – An Anthology of Paraguayan Women Writers translated to English by Susan Smith Nash.
Guides to Latin American Studies – Sources for the study of Latin American Language and Literature, general bibliographies and electronic databases. By University of California, Berkeley.
HFAC – Selected Internet resources in the Literature of Spain and Portugal.
The Internet: a Latin American Province – Based on his literary and cultural analysis, Roberto Hernández Montoya concludes that the Internet can be a Latin American province because its universal connections storm every frontier and place you everywhere and nowhere at the same time.
On Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude – The full text of a lecture at Malaspina College in 1995. Focuses on the following facets: magic realism, time as linear and circular history, the distinction of men and women, and its relation with Latin America.
One Hundred Years of Solitude – Intends to introduce Garcia Marquez and his major works, and it is dedicated specially to his masterpiece: One Hundred Years of Solitude.
Pulp Fiction "The Historieta" – The case of México. Archetypes and themes. The Historieta as an instrument of political propaganda, as well as a means of social communication and source of popular entertainment, by Sergio Ulloa
SAmericaWriters group – A virtual place for readers and writers interested in talking and trading information on South American writers.
Sincronia – A semiotics of film and literary fiction: classic, modern, and postmodern. By Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autónoma de México, UAM Xochimilco, Mexico City.
Spanish and Latin American literature – Study guide designed for the student of Spanish or Latin American literature. It is a selected list of resource materials available in the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library.