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The Mexican Revolution in Film and Literature: Home


Film and the Mexican Revolution. David M. J. Wood.

The Revolution in Literature

The Novel of the Mexican Revolution
John Rutherford. The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature. New York, Cambridge University Press, 1996. Vol. 2. pp. 213-225.

Chapter Bibliography. pp. 648[267]-650[269].

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