The rich and diversified women's writing in the post-Franco period is amply illustrated in this engaging collection of short stories dating from 1983-1993. Rainy Days gathers together, for the first time in a bilingual Spanish-English edition, some women authors - novelists, poets, journalists and short story-writers - working in Spain at the present moment. Accompanied by an introduction, explanatory notes and selected bibliographies on each author, this anthology affords a useful introduction to Spanish literature for advanced learners, a primary source for students of the genre, and a representative selection for those interested in the development of contemporary narrative writing.
Montserrat Lunati is a Reader in Catalan and Spanish Studies at Cardiff University.
210 x 148 mm
November 30, 2017
Aris & Phillips Hispanic Classics