Philip Swanson

Categoría profesional: 
Professor in Hispanic Studies
Hispanista Emérito: 
Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Sheffield [ver información del centro].
Reino Unido
Trabajos publicados: 

Latin American Fiction: A Short Introduction (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004).

The Companion to Latin American Studies (London: Arnold, 2003).

The New Novel in Latin America: Politics and Popular Culture after the Boom (Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1995; second edition, 1998)

Cómo leer a Gabriel García Márquez (Madrid: Júcar, 1991).

José Donoso: The "Boom" and Beyond (Liverpool: Francis Cairns Press-Liverpool Monographs in Hispanic Studies, 1988).

Landmarks in Modern Latin American Fiction (London and New York: Routledge, 1989).


''Latin Lessons for Young Americans: Isabel Allende's Fiction for Children'', Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, St. Louis, 2007, 173-190.

''El número primo dos y la pareja de tres: binarios falsos en Donde van a morir los elefantes'', Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, Newark, DE, 7, 2, 2006.

''Z/Z: Isabel Allende and the Postcolonial Zorro'', Romance Studies, 24, 1, 2006, 265-77.

''The Post-Boom Novel'', in The Cambridge Companion to the Latin American Novel, ed. Efraín Kristal, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2005, 81-101.

''Novel Theatre: Egon Wolff's Los invasores and the Idea of the New in Latin American Drama'', special edition of Bulletin of Spanish Studies in honour of Donald Shaw, LXXXII, 2005, 387-40.

***''Authority, Identity and the Latin American Detective: The Mysterious Case of Mario Vargas Llosa - ¿Quién mató a Palomino Molero?'', special edition of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies in honour of James Higgins, Liverpool University Press, 2005, 216-227.

''Magical Realism and Children's Literature: Isabel Allende's La Ciudad de las Bestias (City of the Beasts)'', in A Companion to Magical Realism, eds. Stephen M. Hart and Wen-chin Ouyang, London, Támesis, 2005.

''The Defective Detective: Juan José Saer and the Case of La pesquisa'', special edition of South Atlantic Review: Latin American Fiction in the 1990s, Atlanta, Georgia, EE.UU., 67, 4, 2002, 46-62.

''California Dreaming: Mixture, Muddle and Meaning in Isabel Allende's North American Narratives'', Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies, Cardiff, 9, 2003, 57-63.
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