- Esau and Jacob
Esau and Jacob is the last of Machado de Assis's four great novels. At one level it is the story of twin brothers in love with the same woman and her inability to choose between them.
- The Burden of Modernity
This book offers a provocative interpretation of cultural discourse in Spanish America.
- The Learned Ones
This book focuses on how Nahuas have been deeply engaged with the written word ever since the introduction of the Roman alphabet in the early sixteenth century.
- Invisible Work
" In an age where many discussions of translation revolve around the dichotomy faithful/unfaithful, this book will surprise and delight even Borges's closest readers and critics.
- La “flor de lis”
Mariana er en lille fransk hertuginde, som under 2. verdenskrig må forlade sin trygge tilværelse og flygte sammen med andre familiemedlemmer til Mexico. Da faderen slutter sig til dem efter krigen, er det ikke udelukkende idyl
- Para Roberto Bolaño
Compiled by Jorge Herralde, who was not only his editor but his close friend, this work provides an intimate look at both Bolaños's work and his personality.
- The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature
This collection provides a map of the critical issues central to the discipline, as well as uncovering new perspectives and new directions for the development of the field.
- The Oxford Book of Latin American Short Stories
This collection brings together 53 stories that span the history of Latin American literature and represent the most dazzling achievements in the form.
- Transnational Cervantes
This ambitious work aims to utterly change the way Don Quixote and Cervantes' other works are read, particularly the posthumous The Trial of Persiles and Sigismunda.
Jose de Alencar's prose-poem Iracema, first published in 1865, is a classic of Brazilian literature–perhaps the most widely-known piece of fiction within Brazil, and the most widely-read of Alencar;s many works.