|Other titles||Cuban studies.|
|Statement||Terry J. Peavler.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 58-118 ;|
|Number of Pages||118|
Books. Prose Fiction Criticism and Theory in Cuban Journals: An Annotated Bibliography, ; Individuations: The Novel as Dissent, ; El arte narrativo de Juan Rulfo, ; Julio Cortázar, ; Structures of Power: Essays on Contemporary Spanish American Fiction, with Peter Standish, ; Areas of Interest. Contemporary Spanish American. Seymour Menton is Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of California at Irvine. As a reviewer of Central American and Caribbean prose fiction for the Handbook of Latin American Studies of the Library of Congress from through , he had access to Cuban materials that enabled him to gather material for Prose Fiction of the Cuban Revolution. Viktor Shklovksy () was a Russian literary theorist and critic who published Theory of Prose in He is considered a Formalist, anticipating structuralism and post-structuralism /5. Several critics of Iser's theory have pointed out that the acid test of any theory related to literary criticism is to apply that theory to the very book postulating it. Iser asserts that no text has an ingrained meaning and that meaning itself must be seen as an evolving function of reader to by:
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