16/05/2012 (19:00 h)
Books studying the presence of Spain in American literature, and the possible influence of Spain and its literature on American authors, are still rare. The Last Good Land covers most of the twentieth century, including such groups as the Lost Generation and African American writers and exiles. The variety of authors treated, both in respect to ethnicity and gender, guarantees a varied and global view of Spanish culture by American writers.
Writer, Eugenio Suárez Galbán, will talk about his latest work with William Scherzer, Barbara Probst Solomon and Antonio Muñoz Molina.
Instituto Cervantes (Nueva York)