During the 20th century in Mexico, Mexican literati formed literary groups and created new movements in poetry, short story, and essay centered around significant literary journals. This book is a study and analysis of the literary journal El Hijo Prudigo and the generation of the early 1940s which brought Mexico into literary prominence. Outstanding collaborators of El Hijo Prudigo include Octavio Paz, Agustin Y* Ro Rez, Jose R Vasconcelos, Alfonso Reyes, Jose R Revueltaz, and Francisco Rojas Gonzalez. This study also offers a complete critical indexing of the journal's contents.
Arnoldo Carlos Vento is Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Texas in Austin.
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