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<<Biblioteca Digital del Portal<<Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)<<Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB) 1996, No. 1-4<<Artículo

Colección: Revista Interamericana de Bibliografía (RIB)
Número: 1-4
Título: 1996
NOTES

1. For studies about common characteristics of the short short story see: Juan-Armando Epple, “Brevísima relación sobre el mini-cuento en Hispanoamérica,” Puro Cuento 10 (May/June 1988): 31-33; Irving Howe, and Ilana Wiener Howe, eds., Short Shorts: An Anthology of the Shortest Stories (New York: Bantom, 1983); Antonio Planells, “Bosquejo dialéctico de la minificción,” Iberoromania 35 (1992): 33-49; and Robert Shapard and James Thomas, Sudden Fiction: American Short-Short Stories (Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith Books, 1986).
2. Shua’s Jewish heritage has left an indelible mark on many of her works, for example, the collection Cuentos judíos con fantasmas y demonios (Buenos Aires: Shalom, 1994) reflects the author’s interest in Jewish legends and folklore, while the humorous book, El pueblo de los tontos: Humor tradicional judío (Buenos Aires: Alfaguara, 1995) presents updated versions of traditional jokes regarding the foolish Jews of the village of Jelem, and her unique cookbook, Risas y emociones de la cocina judía (Buenos Aires: Shalom, 1994) entices the reader with popular Jewish recipes, accompanied by stories of najes and tzures, joys and sorrows.
3. For further discussion of the use of fairy tales in the narrative fiction of contemporary Spanish American women writers, see: Verity Smith, “Dwarfed by Snow White: Feminist Revisions of Fairy Tale Discourse: In the Narrative of María Luisa Bombal, and Dulce María Loynaz.” Feminist Readings on Spanish and Latin-American Literature, ed. L.P. Condé, and S.M. Hart (New York: Mellen, 1991): 137-149.